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mzimm

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My 6 yo granddaughter Daisy swirled these soaps on Saturday. While she practiced pouring a thin stream of water out of a cup onto a dowel rod "column," I made the batter. She then column-poured her choice of colors into small 1 pound molds, and swirled it with a skewer after I showed her how.
Her mother cut each 1 pound soap into four pieces the next day.
Daisy's first.jpg

By the time we had gotten to the third 1 pound batch, our fragrance oil had accelerated the batter, so she plopped the colors into the base. I think (and so does she) that it turned out just as pretty.
Daisy's first 2.jpg
 

Dana89

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Daisy those are very pretty soaps! Your a good little soap maker!
 

KristaY

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Daisy, those are beautiful! Grandma's a good teacher and you're an excellent student. Well done! :thumbup:
 

earlene

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Hooray for Daisy! You too, Grandma! Those are absolutely gorgeous. Excellent pouring and swirling technique, Daisy. I also really like your color choices, too.
 

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Daisy did a good job. Maybe I should follow suit... later in the year.
 

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Imagine how good we all would be if we started at 6. I hope you two continue to explore possibilities together for a very long time.
 
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