November 29, 2010

Honey Almond and Oatmeal Mini Soaps

It's all Cindy's fault (Our Life Simplified)! I saw her's and could not resist making these cute little mini soaps!


These were made using the hot process. I didn't have enough time before Christmas to let them cure for the amount of time cold process needs.
I love snowmen....


and snowflakes....


and goat's milk soap!


Next on my list is peppermint and then I want to try the new eucalyptus fragrance oil I bought yesterday. I'm wondering if I'll get them all done before Christmas. I may have to buy some different mini cookie cutters! They have them for other holidays as well!

14 comments:

Nancy said...

They look almost good enough to eat! I bet they smell wonderful. What a great gift idea.

Julie Harward said...

They look good enough to eat! Love the Christmas tree below too! This is such a cute idea! :D

Farmchick said...

Really, they do look like cookies. I agree that they must smell great too.

Jessica @BeforeTheDawn said...

Love the mini soaps! I haven't plunged into making soap yet, even though everyone's results look wonderful. :)

edenhills said...

Those are just great! I love your packaging also.

Teresa

texwisgirl said...

Too cute, altho now I'm craving cookies... :)

Arlene said...

I love those!!!

JenW!~ said...

Love em, I haven't made soap yet but I have been gathering the supplies.

Joe said...

These are great. Love the different shapes.

Jules said...

Anything with almond :)
Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

Carmen said...

Adorable!

~Tonia said...

Those are cute!!!

Rick Kratzke said...

Those sure so go for the season and would make great gifts as well.

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Mel said...

Oatmeal and Honey is my fav... These are so adorable, and yes, great gifting idea.

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