Monday, October 27, 2008

Itsy Bitsy Spider Cupcake Soap

Itsy Bitsy Spider Cupcake Soap


Are you ready for October 31st? Have some fun this year with your children. Go trick-or-treating, throw a party, or give them gifts. Whatever you and your children decide to do, you’ll go batty over our Itsy Bitsy Spider Cupcake Soap!

The Itsy Bitsy Spider Cupcake Soap is a unique soap exclusively at Serah’s. I made the mold from my own two hands! It’s perfect for Halloween gifts.

Got a Spiderman fan in your household? The Itsy Bitsy Spider Cupcake Soap can also be customized in black, blue, and red for a Spiderman theme birthday party gift!

Is your child afraid of the creepy crawly spider? Teaching them about spiders is a great way to overcome arachnophobia. It’s the ideal gift to make their education just as fun as their bath time with our Itsy Bitsy Spider Cupcake Soap.

Our Itsy Bitsy Spider Cupcake Soap is made with extra lather glycerin and shea butter soap and scented the Creamsicle fragrance. Creamsicle smells like a yummy vanilla cupcake that everyone is sure to love.

11 comments:

fatfighter said...

I guess if you don't like spiders it could make you feel good to wash them away with your Spider soap, huh? :)

Lisa @ Serahs said...

Yeah, that's my strategy because spiders and I aren't the best of friends b/c they always catch me off guard but I'm not afraid of them anymore thanks to Charlotte's Web. :)

Robin said...

So cute! Love it!
:) Robin

Zen Ventures said...

you really make nice soap creations! This one is one of them! You make me wish I can turn them into jewelries! ha!

kari and kijsa said...

That is so cute!!
blessings,
kari & kijsa

Brooke said...

What cute stuff! Stopping by from SITS!

Anne-Marie said...

Gasp! What an adorable Halloween spider! The scent sounds divine too! YUM!

Jason said...

Wow. Do you ever stop with the awesome creations. Wish you much success on your business. Looking forward to being amazed with your next soap.

Aleta said...

What an adorable idea for a Halloween party as favors or treats!

Caroline said...

Awesome, Lisa! Do you know any kindergarten teachers to market these to? Little ones would get a blast out of washing their hands with these.

Oh! and I finally posted the answers to the "Six Interesting Things Game" you sent on my blog. Please check it out at http://shopjustbecause.com/blog/wp2.5.1

Renée aka Mekhismom said...

That is so cute! What a great favor for a Halloween or costume party.