Well, I had a little 'soap class" with about 6 gals from church. We have started a monthly "how do you do that" get together and I was chosen to be first. It was a lot of fun and I got lots of complements on being so organized, I had handouts ect. I also sold about $35 worth of soap! Not in the plan (well, I did label some) anyway, they all encouraged me to go to a local craft fair the local elementary school puts on every year before Christmas. I have not been to it but have heard it is very well done and last year it had 105 sellors. It is only one day so I think I could do it if I want. I actually have shelves full of soap and figure I could easily have about 10-12 scents w/ 20 bars of each to take. Do ya'll thing 200 bars is enough for a 1 day sale. I haven't decided yet. I know of one other soap person that will be there. She has a businessin a nearby town. He soaps are beautfiully packaged and nice but I think mine would be different enough that there is room for both of us. She does not to GM and Most of mine are done in individual molds-hers are done in log molds and sliced, boxed in cardboard with a little looky hole in the back w/ a glossy label. I have looked over her display in local stores and my scent are very different from hers also. This is a hobby for me and I don't want this to cost a bunch of money. The idea being to make some to help with the expenses of this addition :. A table for the day is only $10 and I have plenty of stuff available to me to make a nice dispaly. My soaps would just be cigar bands and round labels. I have discovered with the fancy shaped bars that a label pinned w/ a brad on the underside works well and looks cute. So I have a few questions... Do you think I can compete w/ the fancy boxed soap. I am thinking emphasis the GM and have goat pix and stuff, also my recipe is very inexpensive to make so will probably price to sell. Also what are label laws w/ soap. Do I have to list ingredients ect. If not I probably won't. My soaps are all the same recipe w/ just different scents and color.