My daughter Katy made a huge batch of soft wax during spring break, and you can order it from her etsy.com store here.
This is a 100-percent teenager enterprise. She makes it from scratch in my shop, cans it, labels it and ships it out. Then she spends the money on rock music and chicken nuggets (I hope).
— Christopher Schwarz
15 thoughts on “A Big, Big Batch of Soft Wax”
I would imagine that, as a father, you’re ecstatic that this is how your daughter spends her spring break.
Semi-unrelated, but will there be a new batch of stickers in the near future? eh eh?
We are working on it!
Huzzah! Can’t wait to see them.
I have a Chameleon of my own. That is a lot of work and effort .
You could just _say_ you have a chameleon and it is just blending in right now….Just like my unicorn. 🙂
Dang, sold out again. Is someone buying it up in bulk?
I can’t get there soon enough that it is not already gone. Looks like she has a real winner on her hands.
Katy, the chameleon is (beep) awesome! I think by now it’s recognizable as a trade mark of yours. Maybe consider implementing it in your logo?
Haha! Rock music and chicken nuggets is hilarious😂
I love this stuff and have bought a couple tins in the past. Great for interiors and drawers! Recently, upon opening up a tin that I had used about half of, I noticed that I was getting a lot of rust ( or what looked like rust. Dark red color) mixing in with the wax. I used the first tin I bought a few days after purchasing and had no issues. This one has been around a few months. Is this normal? Is it indeed rust from the tin that I am seeing?
Hmm. No. That might be water that could have condensed on the lid.
I’ve had that too. I’m assuming its condensation.
You hope the rock music or you hope the chicken nuggets?
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