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Ford turns soap into art form

Whatever name you call her, Rebecca Ford is enjoying making hand-made soaps for her business “Artisan Soaps.”

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To some, soap is nothing more than an item used for a quick scrub-a-dub-dub in the shower or bath.  But to others, including soap maker Rebecca Ford, soap is a creative art form with a realm of pleasures and benefits.
Artisan Soaps is a business Ford started recently and she makes 35 varieties of the individually hand-crafted soaps. “My favorite is Ocean Rain,” said Ford.
In addition, she also makes lip balms, cuticle salve, bath salts, laundry soap, and offers accessories including pine and cedar soap bar dishes.
When asked what steered Ford in this direction, she explained, “I used ...


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