Presented by Lindy Sellers & Sweet Harvest Homestead, Stanfield North Carolina
Two different weeks to choose from
June 24th-27th or July 22nd – 25th
For girls ages 10 -21
Jam & Jelly Making
How to Sell Your Items
There is a great deal of satisfaction that goes along with creating items from scratch. Another beautiful effect of having those skills in your back pocket is the monetization that can go along with it. So many folks yearn for simplicity, a less digital, more analog life. You can give that to them in the form of a freshly baked loaf of bread, a jar of jam, a hand-poured candle or a bar of handmade soap.
This summer I am so excited to offer a Homesteading Skills Entrepreneur Camp for girls at Sweet Harvest Homestead.
The girls will have a “hands-on” lesson each day, and at the end of the class, we will talk about ways to sell the products and the licensing and permits that you need.
What will they learn?
Day 1: Soapmaking 101. The students will learn start to finish how to make handmade soap. We will be working with lye and safety equipment such as gloves and goggles will be provided. At the end of the week, they will take home their entire loaf of soap (14 bars) plus a handmade wooden soap mold that will last them for years.
After our soapmaking lesson, we will make a luxurious handmade beauty cream.
They will also receive a soap making 101 booklet.
After class, we will discuss how to sell these products.
Day 2: Container Candle Making.
Each girl will make two candles to take home and will receive a Candlemaking for Fun & Profit booklet.
After the candle making class, we will venture outdoors for a lesson in foraging for herbs. We will then take our herbs indoors and make a healing herbal salve.
After class, we will discuss ways to sell these products.
Day 3: Quick Bread and Yeast Bread
If you have a good base bread recipe, you can make an endless variety of bread. The girls will be given the opportunity to learn how to make a loaf of yeast bread from scratch and good ideas to add in to make the
We will have a special guest from Daphne’s Bakery in Mint Hill, NC. Mrs. Janice Efird. She will talk to us about the bakery business.
Day 4: Jam & Jelly Making
The girls will learn the difference between jam and jelly, learn proper canning procedures and make their own jars of goodies to take home.
A special guest from the Stanly County Extension office will come and talk to the girls about proper canning procedures and the steps you need to take to have your kitchen inspected by the NC Department of Agriculture.
This is an immersion in homesteading/ homemaking skills, and I want to be sure that each student feels confident enough to make the items themselves when they leave my classes.
I am only opening up the camp to 4 students each week. That way, I can give them the guidance they need.
Lunch will be served every day.
Camp starts at 9:00 and ends at 1:00
What do you get, (besides a whole new education?)
A ton of goodies to take home with you to help you along the way.
Candlemaking for Fun & Proffit,
Guide to Yeast & Quick Breads,
Making Jam & Jelly
14 bars of soap
Handmade wooden soap mold made in Stanly County
2 Hand poured Candles
2 Jars of Handmade Jam
Loaf of Yeast Bread
A whole new world of knowledge.
Unlimited access to me for a month after class. If at any time you want to troubleshoot or have a question, I am just a text or phone call away.
You can pay in full with Pay-Pal or Check or make three payments before camp.Use this Botton To Pay In Full **Please send an email to Lindy@Lindysellers.com to note the week you would like to attend camp. Use this Button for Installment Plan (3 Payments) *Please send an email to Lindy@Lindysellers.com to note the week you would like to attend camp.
For questions, contact Lindy@LindySellers.com