Ooooo. Good question I have not thought of. Ok. Ill allow an ipt drop to be your two colors IF the itp drop doesn't include your base. Use two new colors and it'll count. How's that? Great question!Quick question-
We need to use a minimum 2 separate colors for the drop swirl portion. If you use an ITP swirl of those two colors, does that count as your two colors? Or would that two-color ITP drop be counted as a single color and I need to add another color for the second drop swirl pour portion?
Hey, don't hog them all; some of your dixie proteges could use some too!You know I want all 93, Lenarenee!
Okay, but I'm practicing with plain old water first! I could not get that batter to get close to where I wanted!Hey, don't hog them all; some of your dixie proteges could use some too!
Seriously, Lenarenee, give the cups another try or two. They really can help simplify your artistic adventures and your cleanup! My tips, for what they are worth: thinner is better, and keep the cups light
It's a bit extreme (but needs must , as we say in England) do you have anything you could use as dividers? Those thin bendy cutting boards could be made into dividers at a push. That way you only have to unmold it!!!Argh, just realized I can't work on this this weekend! I had planned to, but I wasn't thinking about a group trip we're going on.
I mean, you can't leave soap in the mold for 4 days and expect it to be cuttable, can you?
I've actually had fine luck cutting soaps for quite some time after saponification. I've done it maybe 4 or 5 times, and have always been surprised at how well it works. I imagine it depends on your recipe (don't even try with salt in there), and your mold (silcone - no problem) so ymmv. I've had to wait 5-7 days a couple of times when my work required travel, and one time I was so discouraged by initial cuts that I put a half loaf away for what I think was a couple months before being courageous enough to finish.I mean, you can't leave soap in the mold for 4 days and expect it to be cuttable, can you?