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Woodi

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I made this last summer, it's all gone now, but I'll make another soon. It was a big hit:
just out of the cake mold (I used a silicone mold from the grocery store)



I made a separate 'icing' for it, and sprinkled it with shreds from other bars:



One slice gone. I colored the cake with green oxide, scented with 'Applejack Spice'



One slice: looks and smells good enough to eat.

 

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You know what they say, "You can't have your cake and eat it too!" With this cake, it looks good enough to eat, but would much rather take a shower with it! Nice job, Diane! :D

Paul... :wink:
 

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Soapmaker Man said:
You know what they say, "You can't have your cake and eat it too!" With this cake, it looks good enough to eat, but would much rather take a shower with it! Nice job, Diane! :D

Paul... :wink:
HAHA, I wish I'd thought of that line at my fall show, when people were intrigued with it, and many said they would like to eat it. It did sell well, at $5 a slice, and was fun to have around as an odd piece.

I highly recommend doing this, especially to those who are bored with their regular soap routines.
 

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That is awesome! I'd have a hard time not taking a bite of out of that. lol
 

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What a neat neat idea~! how many pounds of soap did your cake mold hold? How did you whip the icing!?!?! I just can't get over how neat and original that looks! Nice work :D
kelly
 

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This was about 6 or 7 pounds of soap.

I figured out how much the mold holds by filling it with water while it stood on the scale. I took the weight of that and put into my soapmaker program, with the name of the mold being: soapcake.

Then I used my regular recipe, hit the 'resize' button for soapcake, and it figured it out for me. My DH and I designed this program for my own use, but it was too good not to share with others.
 

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Hey Woodi! Did I read somewhere here you have a soap program I can buy?? I just downloaded a 30 day trial period program, not sure if it is yours, but if not would definitely like to look into yours! Could you pm me more info or send a link. thanks k
 
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