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pepperi27

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Goatmilk Oatmeal and Honey samples



Turkish Mocha samples



Oatmeal Milk Honey unscented


Turkish Mocha



Turkish Mocha Soap Balls
 

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Thank you guys! All my soaps are rebatch with fresh cp soap! I don't make cp yet so for now I rebatch!
 

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Tabitha said:
Love the soap balls in window bags!
That is a fabulous idea!!! I was thinking as I was looking at the soaps and names, ooh la la........breakfast in the shower. :lol:

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Cool Pepperi! I like making rounds and placing them in a fresh poured log, when cut, you get little circles of soap.
 

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digit said:
Tabitha said:
Love the soap balls in window bags!
That is a fabulous idea!!! I was thinking as I was looking at the soaps and names, ooh la la........breakfast in the shower. :lol:

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LOL
 

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Soapmaker Man said:
Cool Pepperi! I like making rounds and placing them in a fresh poured log, when cut, you get little circles of soap.
OOh thats an interesting idea!
 

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Great looking soaps! The soap balls look like chocolate donut holes!!!!! :lol:
 

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I agree, these look good enough to eat!

My father in law said he remembered his mother making soap, and having to wash his mouth out with it more times than he cared to remember. These made me think about that - look good enough to eat, but probably taste pretty nasty!
 
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