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Local Ashburn Virginia Artisan, Alice J. Abbley, Joins Three Sisters' Marketplace
New Online Marketplace for Artisans, Crafters & Hobbyists to Sell Their Work.
By: Wendy Wolf
Local Artisan, Alice Abbley of Ashburn, Virginia, owner of The Gourmet Soap Chef , was recently approved to sell her work on a new online marketplace ThreeSistersMarketplace.com in February 2011 . You can find find The Gourmet Soap Chef's Shop http://www.threesistersmarketplace.com/
Alice Abbley started designing custom soap bars because commercial soap bars made her skin feel dry and unattractive. Her company custom designs over 150 different types of soap bars in 12 categories...and The Gourmet Soap Chef is proud to announce their newest line of soap products for Brides, which was launched April 1st 2011.
Are Brides forgetting to purchase custom designer soap bars for their wedding as well as their Honeymoon? A Brides wedding day is one of the most important days in her life…and usually she wants everything to be perfect. However, remembering everything they have to do can be daunting and many times the "wedding and honeymoon soap bars" are overlooked, or just plain forgotten.
Not to worry, The Gourmet Soap Chef remembered these small and sometimes forgotten items for the Bride. From gifts to the bride and groom's Mother, to Maid of Honor and Bride's Maids…The Gourmet Soap Chef has them covered. We want your wedding to be “one-of-a-
The Gourmet Soap Chef offers over 150 different custom designs, and we are prepared to design something for all brides. Of course brides are free to select the soap colors, fragrance & essential oils, as well as the soap base (12 different soap bases) from Shea butter to goats milk.
Brides can have it all with custom designer soap bars custom designed especially for them. So, Enjoy the decadence…your skin will thank you!!
About Three Sisters' Marketplace:
Wolf’s inspiration came from the people closest to her - artisans in her family, her friends and neighbors who created beautiful pottery, hand-knit sweaters, and fine jewelry as well as unique sculptures, paintings and more. Artisans found it was a challenge to justify the expenses of maintaining art galleries and art stores or carting delicate items to and from art exhibits and craft shows. Wolf thought it would be easier to create a platform online to showcase items and create an art community exchange. The whole basis of the site is the balance of the ‘three’ as in the Native American ‘three sisters’ legend of corn, beans, and squash planted as inseparable sisters who grow and thrive together. It is a sophisticated, sustainable system that provides long-term soil fertility and a healthy diet to generations. The three plants flourish because of their symbiotic relationship of working together. “On Three Sisters' Marketplace the artisans, shoppers and our online community all benefit from the relationship – the artisan makes a sale, the buyer gets a quality handmade product, and Three Sisters' Marketplace also benefits by bringing them together and growing for the future” says Wolf. The three plants flourish because they work and grow together – just as artisans, shoppers and our online community do on Three Sisters' Marketplace (www.threesistersmarketplace.com)
Three Sisters Marketplace is a family business that supports artisans across the United States. Wolf is a wife, mom, artist, sales person, marketer and leader who is now using the skills she’s honed to launch a dream. The purpose is to bring the “Main Street shopping experience online.” Three Sisters’ Marketplace is a people connector that satisfies the needs of everyone in the mix and that also allows everyone to have fun in the process.
It’s free to join and list at Three Sisters’ Marketplace online at www.ThreeSistersMarketplace.com !
You can also follow Three Sisters’ Marketplace on Facebook and Twitter.
Contact Wendy Wolf at Wendy@ThreeSistersMarketplace.com
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Three Sisters' Marketplace is an online marketplace where artisans can sign up for free and list their hand-crafted items for sale, connect with customers and list live events on our calendar....and of course great Shopping for unique items!
Page Updated Last on: May 13, 2011