Saturday, January 12, 2013

Melon Crush



I feel like my last 2 blog posts have been so wordy and long, sorry about that…I guess I had a lot to share! I’m going to try to keep this one short and sweet :)

I’ve always admired soapers who are able to get crisp, clean lines by just pouring their soaps in layers. I never seem to be able to do that, maybe I’m just too impatient! Anyways, I was happy to finally get crisp lines with these new dividers…here is a picture of them at work:


Here is a picture just after I pulled the vertical dividers out of the soap:

This soap contains mango butter and is colored with green & yellow oxides and liquid red. It smells like melons but with a floral note…yum!


Thanks for reading, hope you are all having a great weekend!

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19 comments:

  1. That's beautiful soap! I love it!

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  2. I also want vertical dividers and horizontal and... Ok, envy isn´t a good thing. But at least it inspires me to figure out how I could do that without that perfect mold.

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    1. Lol! I'm sure it can be done with the right soap recipe and some patience, but apparently I have neither! Some people do very well with just a cardboard divider, but I just couldn't seem to get the hang of it.

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  3. I love the colors Cee! Very pretty! I am really loving your new mold! :)

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  4. Soaps look so elegant. Your new mold will decently enable you to make so many beautiful creations!

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    1. Thank you so much Roxana and Gordana! :D

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  5. Cee,this soap looks wonderful. I have some dividers (made by myself) for vertical layers,but heaven't used it yet. But,this pastel soap is just making me use them. It's so neat and elegant. Great investment you have made with this new mold.

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    1. Thank you dear, great job making your own dividers! I can't wait to see your layered soap :)

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  6. Gorgeous, Cee Gee! I love those colors and the lines are so crisp and clean. Looks like your new mold offers many new possibilities!

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    1. Thanks so much Jenny! I am super appreciating this mold...it's made my soap so much more consistent and I love it a little more each time I use it :)

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  7. Those are great colors together, and the scent sounds delicious! That photo of the soap batter is just so cool, where you had just pulled out the dividers. Crisp and clean indeed!

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    1. Thanks so much Claudia and Kalla! :)

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  9. Your mold is beautiful, but your soap is ... wow! Love its colours! I only wish I could eat it ;)
    Congratulations Cee, your soaps are more and more beautiful!

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  10. I like the little seeds on top too. Just beautiful.

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  11. That is so cool! How is that everything you make, no matter how simple, looks absolutely wonderful?

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    1. Aw, thanks Monica...I sure do appreciate your encouragement! =)

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