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seven

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Exploring natural colorants: ground black rice, indigo, alkanet, saffron

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Betel leaf soap

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Victorian style guest sized soaps
 
Again, thank you all if you have instagram feel free to post it here, i would like to follow fellow members
 
Absolutely gorgeous, as always Seven! You do such beautiful work in soap and photography! BTW, I really enjoyed your other thread with all the helpful tips on taking good photos. Now I have new goodies to add to my shopping/building lists, lol.
 
Absolutely gorgeous, as always Seven! You do such beautiful work in soap and photography! BTW, I really enjoyed your other thread with all the helpful tips on taking good photos. Now I have new goodies to add to my shopping/building lists, lol.


Thank you :) glad you enjoyed the other thread. Taking pics relaxes me
 
Yes, me too! Love the navy-ish color of the seeds with the light blue of the soap. Beautiful work!


Here is the cut pic of the indigo.. The color got darker as it cures, not so light blue... Oops! But i had fun playing with natural colorants :)

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I mixed the indigo with the lye solution. Am going to go for a darker blue next time.
 
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Lavender and rose scented soaps. I dont usually wrapped my soaps like this, but the customer asked for a rustic style, so what the customer wants the customer gets

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Not soap, but goatmilk body butter...
 

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