First batch

SoapMakingForum

Help Support SoapMakingForum:

Zeus

Member
Joined
Feb 13, 2016
Messages
15
Reaction score
6
Thanks Soapsavvy. I'm sure you'll do fine. It's a learning process.
 

lsg

Staff member
Admin
Moderator
Joined
Oct 14, 2007
Messages
14,466
Reaction score
5,873
The soap looks great.
 

dibbles

Supporting Member
Supporting Member
Joined
May 6, 2015
Messages
6,869
Reaction score
7,560
Location
Minnesota
Very nice, Zeus. I like the color choices!
 

Serene

Supporting Member
Lifetime Supporter
Joined
Dec 17, 2015
Messages
310
Reaction score
499
These look lovely. Well done!

Sere
 

Seawolfe

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 21, 2014
Messages
3,272
Reaction score
2,996
Location
So Cal
Those are pretty! What did you use to make the pretty speckles? What colorants did you use? They came out fabulously.
 

Zeus

Member
Joined
Feb 13, 2016
Messages
15
Reaction score
6
Wow, thanks for the input everyone. I'm happy with them for a starter batch. Entertaining ideas popping into my skull lol. Plan on making them as eye catching as possible if I plan attempting a sale.

Seawolfe-I used Stephenson organic m&p as the base which has a light yellow cast. I used m&p color blocks from BA. My wife suggested using brick red for her blood orange. I wasn't going to add any color for hers but I'm glad she suggested it. Ultramarine blue for cool water. I just cut off small shavings until I reached the right color. The speckles are actually ground up oatmeal. I figured it would break up the solid color a bit and it worked well.
 
Top