Discussion in 'The Photo Gallery' started by Misschief, Jul 1, 2018.
My Shatter soap is in the mold! When I woke up this morning, I knew exactly what I was going to do.
I need more details! What am I seeing?
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.
Can't wait to see it cut
It looks great! Did your husband end up helping you?
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.
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.
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!
I agree, that photo is GREAT ! And an awesome looking soap too
Wow that looks great!
That is a really special design! Lovely
That soap is stunning!
Wow! Just Wow! That's a beautifully designed soap.
Wow!!! Those are gorgeous!
Gee, I really like that. The sun shining through the translucent MP is stunning.
Nice! So it has thc in it?
Wow! Truly creatively gorgeous!
No, it doesn't. My husband saw me playing with glycerin m&p one day and said that some of the drips looked like shatter and could I make a soap that is inspired by it. We planned it out together. It's scented with patchouli and champaka.
I don't think I'd want to use thc or cbd oil in soap, a wash off product. It would be a bit of a waste, don't you think?
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