Quantcast

Some Recent Soaps

SoapMakingForum

Help Support SoapMakingForum:

not_ally

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jul 24, 2014
Messages
2,939
Reaction score
1,686
Location
Los Angeles
Very beautiful and elegant. I love the simplicity of the simple ones w/the petal accents. How long do the colors in the petals last, do you do anything special to get them to stay?
 

newbie

Lifetime Supporter
Joined
Nov 6, 2010
Messages
6,115
Reaction score
5,433
Love the first one, especially, and then the beach one, but they are all beautiful.
 

soapmage

Well-Known Member
Joined
May 26, 2015
Messages
158
Reaction score
130
Beautiful!! How do you get your soap so white?
Thanks! I like mixing my TD with different pearly white micas from Mad Oils like their Phyllis Diller and Vanna White. They mix beautifully and I've been really happy with their micas. :)
 

soapmage

Well-Known Member
Joined
May 26, 2015
Messages
158
Reaction score
130
Very beautiful and elegant. I love the simplicity of the simple ones w/the petal accents. How long do the colors in the petals last, do you do anything special to get them to stay?
Thank you. Those are dried rosebuds from Mad Oils (my new fave supplier), and so far, they're still just as vibrant on the soaps as the day I made them. I have found zero fading so far. I've been really happy with their botanicals. The blue cornflowers are from them too.
 

soapmage

Well-Known Member
Joined
May 26, 2015
Messages
158
Reaction score
130
They are all lovely. I think my favorite is the beach one or the simple one or the beach one. I cannot pick!
Thanks. And currently the beach soap is my fave design. I've been doing CP for only a little over a year now, and I can't tell you all how pleased with how that one turned out. I did only solid colors for awhile when I started, then got into swirling and haven't looked back. But as you can see, I still occasionally go back to the simple designs like pure white. That one is unscented too, I tried to keep it as simple and natural (sans the mica) as possible. And the white bar is also RBO used as half the OO in the recipe, and it's very creamy and a new fave recipe. :)
 

Latest posts

Top