Ok here is batch number 3...I attempted a swirl but as you can see it just kinda blobbed...No big WHOOP but I am running out of space to cure soap This one will be called "Phoenix Sun" it is scented with Phoenix by Axe my boys love it!
they look great!!! I need to start experimenting more with swirls but i think to do that ive got to do a little alternative coloring experimentation first because i dont want to use any crazy dyes, just herbs and spices and clays and stuff!....they look gooood!!
Well I never really learned how to swirl MP soap. You can try a couple different ways one way is take some of the soap out of your bowl before you pour into the mold, color that soap a different color from what is in the mold. Or you can take two colors and pour into the mold at the same time and just let it run together. Sorry I never did well with that.
Sorry, that questions was actually kind of a joke.......
Not funny you say???
Really, I've heard (from Marie Browning's MP Soapmaking Book I think) to actually get any kind of swirl the bases need to be of different densities. I've TRIED it, like with my Cherry Vanilla soap, but it usually doesn't work so good.. Guess it just takes practice like anything else. And, since I HAVE TO make some MP this week :wink: ........it will be fun to practice some more.