LOL, almost spit out my sip of wine just there! They're really called "Napoleon Cremes" -- would that fit? ( And her side of the family calls it "Christmas Crack.")Haven’t started yet, but I am thinking of making “Mrs. Zing's famous holiday 3 layer bar”, just not sure it will fit on the label.
I sometimes suggest people put the soap in their drawers for scent, and when the scent fades then use is. That way it gets a nice long cure!I don't really gove soap as gifts either. Seems like most my family just keep them around for decoration.
This year I'm making white, ivory soap scented. Maybe they will actually get used.
I do need to make something spicy, maybe the ginger bread cookie scent for my oldest daughter and some anise for a nephew.
I am racing the clock to have all my soap gifts made before the 6 week cure takes us past Christmas!Ugh, I'm just now starting! Soooo behind! So what are you all doing/making for Christmas gives? Pics if available?
Just what my baby brother says he's giving the kids for Christmas this year.
A fragrance I love is Winter Wonderland from Nurture. I like it all year, but I have had people comment that it smells like Christmas. It behaves perfectly and doesn't discolor.I think the most interesting part has been trying to find holiday scents that perform well in CP soap AND do not discolor. I'm crossing fingers and hoping for the best!
Thanks so much for the feedback, thats actually on my list because the testing notes say that it behaves well and doesn't discolor so its good to have that confirmed!A fragrance I love is Winter Wonderland from Nurture. I like it all year, but I have had people comment that it smells like Christmas. It behaves perfectly and doesn't discolor.