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I tried to copy a soap made by a very talented soap maker (share my receipe).The bottom part that represent the seeds of the melon had to be rounder and the green more degraded despite my imperfections I like the result I used avobath for the scent for the first time and really love it
 

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Thank you to everybody for the nice comments on my soap.The top was piped with a Wilton round tip number 2. That was the easy part of her desing wich involved skeeze bottles that I hate using so much.
 
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Oh girl, I will be a charter member of your Squeeze Bottle Hater club. Life is just too short for all that faffing about.

In fact, I just repurposed one of the large squeeze bottles from a multipack purchased for soaping (most of them never used because I HATE them). It's perfect for squeezing out a bit of ghee onto my DH's potatoes, or toast, instead of trying to spoon it out of the ridiculously large Costco jar of ghee.

And I feel deliriously happy knowing the squeeze bottle will NEVER be used for soapmaking! (definitely out of the norm for me, since many other things in my house and, ahem, a *few things* from my DH's shop, have gone INTO the soap room, never to emerge again).
 

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Oh girl, I will be a charter member of your Squeeze Bottle Hater club. Life is just too short for all that faffing about.

In fact, I just repurposed one of the large squeeze bottles from a multipack purchased for soaping (most of them never used because I HATE them). It's perfect for squeezing out a bit of ghee onto my DH's potatoes, or toast, instead of trying to spoon it out of the ridiculously large Costco jar of ghee.

And I feel deliriously happy knowing the squeeze bottle will NEVER be used for soapmaking! (definitely out of the norm for me, since many other things in my house and, ahem, a *few things* from my DH's shop, have gone INTO the soap room, never to emerge again).
Oh girl, I will be a charter member of your Squeeze Bottle Hater club. Life is just too short for all that faffing about.

In fact, I just repurposed one of the large squeeze bottles from a multipack purchased for soaping (most of them never used because I HATE them). It's perfect for squeezing out a bit of ghee onto my DH's potatoes, or toast, instead of trying to spoon it out of the ridiculously large Costco jar of ghee.

And I feel deliriously happy knowing the squeeze bottle will NEVER be used for soapmaking! (definitely out of the norm for me, since many other things in my house and, ahem, a *few things* from my DH's shop, have gone INTO the soap room, never to emerge again).
Oh it is so funny I did exactly the same thing and I can say it is fantastic for maple syrup canned food
 

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