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Discussion in 'Lye-Based Soap Forum' started by newbie, Dec 28, 2014.
That would be my guess. I can't do that perfectly either.
This reminds me of raining soap. I wish it would always rain soap!
Windows of love, by Aromatica9
I love all of her soap. She’s an amazing artist
That is some beautiful soap.
This is a rebatch of a commercial soap, but it's pretty none-the-less. Savvy Naturalista.
I was watching YouTube soap videos when I came across D'Clumsy Soaper, Cathy. The video is very detailed but look at her soap! I don't know how to link the video from my cellphone so I took a screen shot. I didn't believe it was soap when I first saw it!
A whole new take on soap on a rope
Simply beautiful. Not a difficult technique to do, but to do it that well...not so easy.
Another one well done, this time by Soapworker
Simply beautiful. I love how level the layers are.
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Minimalistic HP soap on a rope. I couldn't figure out the creator.
I wonder what kind of soap newbie is seeing in the Czech Republic. She better bring back pics!
This one, by Tailord Soap, reminds me of the aurora.
Happy Halloween! (from the Purple Hippy Shop)
Man I love this soap! It's a great use of ash and what I think is high water. From The Soap Bar
She’s an amazing soap maker! I’m not sure if she’s on here, but she’s in one of my soap making groups on Facebook. She’s really talented, knowledgeable and very helpful!
Do you think that might be salt in the bar rather than ash?
Here's one that caught my eye. I saw it on Pinterest, but wasn't able to find the maker.
^^ That is utterly gorgeous! And here's another, albeit simpler. Both would have competed well last month!
Love the wisps of white in the cream. I'm a "less is more" kinda gal, so this is right up my alley.
Miles From Home - and where is newbie??
Might sting a little in certain places [emoji33][emoji16]
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