Very well done everyone!
I like the Florida colors you used in your palm trees, and the swirling clouds around them.
your soaps are beautiful, and each one is interesting in its color and pattern. I loved hearing your story, and I'm sure you have many more to tell.
your color combination is one of my favorites and your idea of using glycerin rivers to create the effect was brilliant thinking! We had a very dry summer here too, with drought conditions over most of our state. Our poor garden had dry, cracked soil, and our pond was lower than I've seen it in 30 years here. Fortunately, we've had a bit of rain which has helped, but not enough I'm afraid. And now we're in the unloved position of having to hope for a lot of snow this winter.
your story really touched my heart. I love that you and your friend poured the soap together and it is a beautiful tribute to her. I see the hearts, and the love, in the soap you made in your friend's honor. I also have a friend (fortunately she's still with me) who I knew casually for years - and didn't really like her. I think it was more that I really didn't understand her. But little by little we got to know each other better and she is now one of my closest friends. I'm fortunate to have her in my life.
@Peachy Clean Soap
I love the angel wings soap you made. What an incredible story, and I thank you for sharing it. It's wonderful that you are still in the same home today.