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vedwards

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Made some of these today - I'm quite pleased with how they turned out! They're vanilla scented. They're clear glycerin (Going to make the next batch with goats milk M&P) so they're a bit hard so see - hence the tin background.

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I would think freezing them would be the safest way to get them out?:think:

Very cool! How do you intend to package them? I can't imagine individually wrapping them?
 

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I would think freezing them would be the safest way to get them out?:think:

Very cool! How do you intend to package them? I can't imagine individually wrapping them?
freezing is next on my list to try. Right now I think I've just got to get the thickness right, then I'll try that! At the moment, the mold is really flexible, and I lay them flat, soap side down and basically roll back the mold. It works 50% of the time. One of them is a bit more open than the others - that one has yet to come out in one piece, so I think its just too lacy.

I want t put them in a small round tin, but I'm still hunting for something that will work. :)
 

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Those would be so pretty layered in a tin container, with parchment paper between each flake.
 

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