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pepperi27

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Those are wonderful like pistachio biscottis! LOL
 

luvmy3cats

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It was one of those plastic ones that you buy at Michaels. I won't be using it anymore though because it stuck and I destroyed it removing the soap! LOL. :? I did buy a 3 lb homemade wooden mold the other day but I haven't made 3 lbs of soap yet at a time so I guess I'll have to **** it off with clay.

Does anybody have any other ideas what I could use for molds for 1 lb of soap? I don't like the silicone breadpan, it comes out too thin.

Thanks for the compliments!!! I'm getting the hang of it. :lol:
 

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I like the colors and shapes - looks great. I want to try an oatmeal one, too.
 

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luvmy3cats said:
It was one of those plastic ones that you buy at Michaels. I won't be using it anymore though because it stuck and I destroyed it removing the soap! LOL. :? I did buy a 3 lb homemade wooden mold the other day but I haven't made 3 lbs of soap yet at a time so I guess I'll have to **** it off with clay.

Does anybody have any other ideas what I could use for molds for 1 lb of soap? I don't like the silicone breadpan, it comes out too thin.

Thanks for the compliments!!! I'm getting the hang of it. :lol:
The colour is fantastic. I bet it smells great! As far as a 1 pound mold, click on this link;

http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?li ... d=13106542
 
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