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Christmas at Central plus Soup, Stew, Chili and Bake Sale

Come join us November 11th for our annual Christmas at Central craft fair!

We will be at the Spring Hill Fire Department as usual, but this year we are adding a Soup, Stew, Chili and Bake Sale to benefit our very own Station 1.

If you would like to volunteer or like to donate anything, please contact me through Facebook.

Vendors will be updated as we add more, but so far, we have Katie Holder, Carla Green from Southern Grace Designs, Farm House Barkery and Wyldewood Soap Works.

Come out and get started on some Christmas shopping, enjoy some soup, chili, or stew and pick up a treat to take home.

We’d love to have you join us!

Check out some pictures from past years.

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Coming Events

Wondering where to find us this fall?  We have quite a few events already on the schedule and will be adding more as we confirm.  Fall and Holiday soaps are ready, so if you want to stock up and are not able to meet us at an event, feel free to order online or just drop us an email and we can get you fixed up.

September 30th:  Main Street Fall Festival

September 29th – October 1st:  Reelfoot Arts and Crafts

October 21st: Fall Folklore Jamboree

November 18th:  Long Heights Arts and Crafts

December 2nd: Holiday Mart

December 2nd – 3rd:  White Squirrel Christmas Shop



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September 2017 Soap Challenge Club

I love learning new things so I joined the September 2017 Soap Challenge Club. This month’s challenge was making 3D Shower Jelly Soap. I had never had the chance to try gelatin art or play with jelly soap before.  I ordered my gelatin art tools and some jelly soap base and set off to watch loads of videos on YouTube about gelatin art.  The videos make it look so easy but I can promise it does not start off that way!  Check out the pictures below to see what I created.


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Thanksgiving 2016 for Wyldewood Soap Works



We hope you are having a great Thanksgiving with friends and family.  We had the opportunity to visit the Smoky Mountains over the holiday.  Living on a farm means that we do not get to step away very often, but when we are able to, we make sure to enjoy every second.  Tennessee is a beautiful state and every time we visit the Smokies, we are awe struck by the beauty of this area.  The Smokies are one of my favorite places in Tennessee and being able to visit is always a treat.  While we’ve been away, we’re working on some new ideas for Wyldewood Soap Works so keep an eye out during 2017 for some changes and new fragrance additions.

As we are planning some new additions, we need to make some space in the soap shed, so feel free to use code “WSWSmokies” for 15% off your online order plus free shipping for orders over $20.  While you are visiting the website, take a minute and let us know if you have any fragrance requests for the upcoming year.  We love suggestions and always enjoy experimenting with new fragrance combos.

The coupon code is only valid Thanksgiving weekend through December 12th, so be sure to get your order in soon!

For more information on the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, check out the National Park Service website here.  While you’re in the Smokies, we highly recommend visiting the Gatlinburg Arts and Crafts Community.

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Looking for Wyldewood?

Here’s the schedule so far, but if things change, we will be sure to post on Facebook.  If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us and we will be glad to help answer.


October 22nd – Crosswinds Church of Christ

November 5th – Christmas at Central and Gallery of God Given Gifts at Cornerstone Church of God

November 12th – Holiday Mart at East End Elementary in Humboldt

November 19th – Long Heights Arts and Crafts Show

December 3rd – White Squirrel Christmas Shoppe in Kenton and Holiday Mart at Baptist Church in Trenton

We are looking forward to a great Fall and Christmas season!

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Upcoming Events for Wyldewood Soap Works

If you are wondering where to find us this fall, here are a few places:

We will be at the Main Street Dyersburg Farmer’s Market 9/17 and 9/24 from 6am to 11am.  We will also be at Trenton Music on the Square 9/17 and 9/24 from 4pm – 8pm.

Reelfoot Arts and Crafts Festival will be September 30th, Oct 1st, and Oct 2nd in Tiptonville and we will be at our usual spot in the Armory this year.  If you haven’t found us in the Armory before, just head to the back door and we will be in the far back corner.

For more information on any of these events, check out the pages below or find us on Facebook:

Main Street Dyersburg Farmer’s Market:

Trenton Music on the Square:

Reelfoot Arts and Crafts:

We do have more events scheduled and will be posting more info on them soon.  If you have any questions, feel free to email or message us on Facebook.  Hope to see you soon!

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Ingredient Spotlight – Coconut Oil

SpotlightHere at Wyldewood, we love coconut oil and use it in all our soaps as well as all our lip balms.  Coconut oil has gained a lot of popularity as a cooking oil recently, but we wanted to show some of the benefits of using it in soaps and other skin applications.

  1.  High in Lauric Acid – Coconut Oil is reputed to have antimicrobial and antifungal properties.  These properties are usually attributed to the high lauric acid content of coconut oil.
  2. Contains Medium Chain Fatty Acids – This allows coconut oil to absorb easily.
  3. Low Melting Point – Coconut Oil has a low melting point which allows it to melt quickly with your body heat and start absorbing quickly.

Want more ideas for coconut oil?  Check out Wellness Mama’s list of 101 Uses for Coconut Oil.

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Wyldewood Blog Update

If you’ve been following our blog in the past, then you might remember that we participated in the Indie Business Network Blogger Challenge last year.  We posted every day for a month, but due to some technical difficulties, we lost all those posts during our recent website upgrade.  We will be bringing some of the most popular posts back in the next few months, so keep an eye out for some great DIY and informational posts to come!

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Handmade vs Commercial – which soap is better for you?

By far the question we hear the most is “Why should I use handmade soap?”  There are many reasons why we feel that handmade soap is much better than commercially available options so we decided to dedicate a blog post to the top reasons.


  1. It’s Real Soap – The term “soap” is highly regulated and can only be used on real soap.  The next time you are in the store, take a look down the “soap” aisle and see how many labels use the word soap.  You will probably see “cleansing bar”, “facial bar”, “beauty bar”, and so on.  The reason they don’t say soap is because they are not true soap.
  2. Ingredients –  All of our soaps will come with an ingredient label that lists everything we used when we made that batch of soap.  You can know everything that was used in each bar and know exactly what you are using on your skin.
  3. Quality – Handmade soaps are made in small batches with high quality ingredients.  We have developed our recipe through trial and error over the past 10+ years.  Through these many trial and error batches, we have learned what gives us the best bar with the creamiest lather and greatest skin loving qualities.
  4. Glycerin – Glycerin is a natural by-product of the soap making process (saponification).  Many of the commercially produced soap will be run through additional processes to remove the naturally produced glycerin so it can be used in other products like lotion.  Glycerin is a natural humectant which means it draws moisture from the air and is why it helps keep your skin moisturized and soft.
  5. Variety – With all the options for fragrance and colors, you are sure to find something to delight your senses as much as your skin.  You can find simple scents like Peppermint or more complex blends like Istari and Citrus Cilantro.
  6. Detergent Free – Handmade soap is just soap and does not contain detergents.  It will gently cleanse your skin with out stripping away the natural oils.
  7. No Lathering Agents – Commercially produced cleansers will also contain lathering agents.  Some people feel that more lather means more cleansing, but handmade soap is made to be gentle.  We have balanced our recipe to bring you a nice creamy stable lather that we think is great!
  8. Customized – Looking for a unscented castile soap?  Looking for a super scrubby soap?  Allergic to olive oil?  Talk to your local soap maker and we can formulate something just for you.
  9. Supporting Local Small Business – One of the best benefits from purchasing handmade soap is that you are supporting a small business.  Soap making is a passion and by purchasing, you are helping support our dream.  By purchasing from your local soap maker, you get to support your local economy.  If you see us out and about, stop by and chat.  We love to talk soap and love to talk about the goats and the farm!