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Cozy Up with Soapy Gnome

If you value spending time with kindred spirits, laughing around the dinner table, and piles of blankets on the end of your bed--you're in the right place.

At Soapy Gnome, we refuse to market ourselves as a beauty brand because you are already gorgeous inside and out and you are marvelous!

We create cozy handmade soaps and body care products that leave your skin feeling like it's getting a hug all day long. We curate uplifting artisan-made products from talented makers.

Join us online or in our shop to find cozy in your everyday moments. 

Cozy Up with Soapy Gnome

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Save Money with Your Gift Giving.

Save Money with Your Gift Giving.

Order a whole loaf of your favorite soap. Give some soap to friends, family, teachers, choir directors, the mailperson, your Aunt Maggie, and anyone else that needs a little love. And keep a few bars for yourself--we won't tell!

Pre-order at least 30 bars of the same scent (one loaf) and save $0.50 per bar.

November 05, 2018 by Jennifer Frech
I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.

I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.

This quote by from Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery has me stumped.

Most people love fall, and by all accounts, I understand it. Living in Northern, Indiana, we have the full benefits of all four seasons.

Fall is beautiful and the temperatures are just perfect. Drinking apple cider while wearing cozy sweaters is the best.

But, fall has never been my favorite. I get too sad about the upcoming winter and being cooped up indoors. I start feeling regret about all the things I didn't do over the summer. The shortened days bring on depression. 

October 21, 2018 by Jennifer Frech
Send some sunshine to your loved ones!

Send some sunshine to your loved ones!

We all know that receiving a handwritten card feels a million times more special than receiving instant digital communication like texts, emails or Facebook messages.
September 17, 2018 by Jennifer Frech