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cherrycoke216

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Thank you everyone!

I think the biggest drawback to the stamp is that very rarely stamping soaps with piped tops makes the piping pop off.

You must be some superwoman! Power to the girls!!! ( though I have no experience in using hammer for soap stamps.). ;)
 

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Skillz you have, guurrll!

And love the lavender color, it is so soft and pretty. Do you mind telling what it is called/where it is from? I had an old sample but it morphed on me so I am on a lookout for a mica that give that kind of color.
 

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Skillz you have, guurrll!

And love the lavender color, it is so soft and pretty. Do you mind telling what it is called/where it is from? I had an old sample but it morphed on me so I am on a lookout for a mica that give that kind of color.
The lighter purple is ultramarine purple that I got from WSP, and I've had a lot of good soaps made with just that one, the darker purple is Harold's Purple Crayon Mica from mad oils, that I got during their cyber weekend sale, which I was trying out :)
 

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The lighter purple is ultramarine purple that I got from WSP, and I've had a lot of good soaps made with just that one, the darker purple is Harold's Purple Crayon Mica from mad oils, that I got during their cyber weekend sale, which I was trying out :)
Thank you for that info.
 
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