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Alprinceton

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I have to admit that the name of this soap is a little bit ridiculous :grin:
A soapmaking friend of mine and me were kidding while unmoldig the soap: "Where's the zebra? Can you find it?"
We made this soap in two steps:
First we poured the zebra stripes in a small log mold,
then placed it in a bigger mold and covered it with blue batter.
Amazingly enough, it doesn't fall apart.
How can I correct the title? There is a "k" missing in Peek-a-Boo :Kitten Love:

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Wow thats pretty! You even got a gradient on the blue!
 

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That's so pretty! It turned out great. I would love to try something like that.
 

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Love those zebra stripes!
 

BabyPickles106

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How did you do the zebra stripes? I would really like to try that technique.
 

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Those are cool! I especially like how the "back haunch" stipes are thicker and angled differently than the front stripes. And I love the framing concept -- I don't think I've seen that one before!
 

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another amazing creation. always in awe of yer soaps :)
 

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I knew this was going to be an interesting soap as soon as I read the name. Love it, btw! I still have lots of practice to do on my stripes :(
 
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