Discussion in 'Lye-Based Soap Forum' started by newbie, Dec 28, 2014.
How did you get the swirl so large? Very nice.
Hi Sally! We post other people's soaps that we see online, for inspiration mostly, in this thread. I'm sure newbie knows how it's done lol but that isn't her soap.
I believe that's some variation of what they call a secret feather swirl? There's lots of videos if you search on YouTube. Tree Marie soapworks, the owner of that soap has one, but not of this particular soap of hers as far as I can tell. There is a FB post though.
These are really beautiful!
Sigh......I am fluid dynamics challenged..
I am so tired of sticky sweet fragrances (my sister adores them and I've been giving her a lot of soap) ... but I SO want to try these! A fellow soaper on the Arizona Soap Supply FB page posted these recently. I can hardly believe they aren't actual cookies.
This way of doing a top is new to me. Check out the video.
That's a different way to swirl!
Looks great. Love the super swift hand movements. But could I replicate it????
I bet you can!
I actually like the effect she gets on the first pass. With the right colors, I think it would look great.
This one, made for the most recent GC Soap Challenge, is a nice twist on a layered soap. I’m thinking about trying something similar using confetti soap in the middle layer.
And then there’s these - which look like a great way to use confetti and those discoloring FOs!
That’s a very striking soap and I love the colors. In the comments, she mentions ITP, funnel side pour and Clyde slide techniques.
For the current Slanted Line Challenge.
Those are beautiful. I wonder if the leaves are soap dough.
omgoodness! Talk about perfect!
I think she took 1st place.
She did. It’s gorgeous.
Oh man, I'm loving this series.
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