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    What soapy thing have you done today?

    Pretty swirls!
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    3rd HP Hanger Swirl

    Nice job, great colors!
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    Actual baths

    Since I am usually in a hurry, I generally shower. But I do love a bath when I feel a chill or when my back is hurting or when I need some "me" time. And I do love using bath salts and bath bombs.
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    What soapy thing have you done today?

    I did a bunch of succulent soaps for gifts. MP Succulents stuck in oatmeal CP with WSP citrus basil scent. Then did RE black cherry that traced too fast to swirl, so it is what it is. Green was RE Evergreen Oasis mixed with Country Christmas that seized immediately, so I rebatched. Wanted a...
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    Conundrum - swirl with accelerating FO/EOs

    Simple single color soaps are lovely too. Especially if they smell wonderful!
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    Benefits of a salt bar?

    Beautiful! Love the rose mold you used.
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    Rebatch and CP Soap in the same Loaf?

    I have added rebatch cubes to a new loaf of CP and it worked out well. No problem at all.
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    Real 'Ocean" scent ?

    My favorite is Abalone and Sea from WSP. Crafters Choice™ Abalone & Sea Fragrance Oil 314 Behaves well in CP.
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    Personal Preferences??

    Even though it is so tempting to get that scent into the soap, I have learned through experience that it is better to have the pretty soap. IMO
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    I got the blues this weekend

    Very pretty! Love that mold!
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    What soapy thing have you done today?

    I've done that before when I wasn't light headed and woozy. Stuff happens! Glad you had extra batter.
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    What fragrance did you use?
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    Soy Wax Users

    I also find that rice bran oil gives a nice sheen to the finished soap.
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    Quick, Whispy, Drop Swirl

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    Post your Gripe

    I am so very sorry for your loss. It is harder than can be imagined. Only time makes it better, bit by bit.