Hmm, looking at those... I'm wondering how hard it would be to make a soap dough pretzel...? The hardest part would be imitating the effect of the dough rising, I think. And making it compact enough to actually use as soap, ofc.
Oh that is a lovely haul and a lovely way to clear out some soap!
I think it does look professional and beautiful. I'd be thrilled to get such a pretty package!Japanese Cherry Blossom attempt 2 is cut. I'm at least getting the colors right, but I'm not happy with the design, so I'm going to try another design once I've got more FO. Made my best face lotion yet today, so I'm very happy about that. I also packed and labeled some items for my parents to take to my sister when they visit her this week. However, she won't use heavily fragranced things, weirdly shaped soap, soap that isn't mild enough, or anything with preservatives. So, I'm sending my only soap that mostly fits the bill, and a fragrance-free oil-only body butter, and a lip balm, all labeled and packaged. Not perfectly professional, but I'm happy with it as a hobbyist.
Thank you very much!I think it does look professional and beautiful. I'd be thrilled to get such a pretty package!
Thank you! I'm a bit of a perfectionist, so my slightly off-centered labels and inconsistent handwriting bother me probably more than they should.
Oh no! I had to laugh at your write-up, but I'm so sorry, Peachy. I've never experienced a bad smell when using Earl Grey for my lye water, but I still feel I've led you astray! I will say I've never tried to add another color when I've used tea. Also, just the tea color does fade by the time it cools but then that faded color remains. Sorry you ended up with poo-poo soap!Waiting for my Bergamot Tea Soap to cool down so I can cut it Let me just say I replaced All liquid w/ Tea & It Heated Up In The Lye & Didn't Smell Good
Wow' looks like a real pretzel.... Most impressive