Shatter

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  1. Jul 1, 2018 #1

    Misschief

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    My Shatter soap is in the mold! When I woke up this morning, I knew exactly what I was going to do.
     

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    I need more details! What am I seeing?
     
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    Shatter is a cannabis product. It looks a bit like caramelized sugar. The soap is a CP base, scented with champaka and patchouli. The "shatter" is M&P soap. The M&P section is a triangular bar, coloured golden yellow, the colour of shatter. There's a bit of glitter in it as well. The CP part is an ITP swirl in an uncoloured base; the champaka, which discolours a bit, is in the uncoloured part. There are two shades of green and pale gold swirls, scented with patchouli.
     
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    Can't wait to see it cut
     
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    It looks great! Did your husband end up helping you?
     
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    No, he didn't. However, he did like the way it looked in the mold. He ended up going in to work to water some of the hanging baskets (he's a gardener at the local college) while I made the soap.
     
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    I cut it this evening; my granddaughter helped. She was thrilled to be able to help. I just love how she gets so excited about my passions. She's an amazing, creative young woman. She also suggested ways of photographing the soap to its best advantage.
     

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    That's beautiful Misschief! I love the way the light shines through the M&P yellow and I bet it smells amazing. Your granddaughter did a great job helping set up the shot!
     
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    I agree, that photo is GREAT ! And an awesome looking soap too ;)
     
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    Wow that looks great!
     

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