November 11, 2010

A Soap Followup

Remember the cold process soap tutorial?
I made this the day after I made the Honey Almond.
This is Spicy Apple and it smells so good!

Spicy Apple Handmade Soap

I think it turned out very pretty!

And even better,

I have already sold ALL of it!


Julie Harward said...

And i can see the ridges..makes it so pretty! ;D

texwisgirl said...

It's beautiful! Good for you!!! I agree with Julie - the ridges are a great touch!

Jackie said...

Cute Cute Cute!!

Blondee said...

Wonderful job! Very beautiful bars!!

Beverly@Beverly's Back Porch said...

Your soap is beautiful. How can we buy some?

Dawn said...

YAY!!!! It looks yummy enough to eat:)))
I am so glad your hard work is paying off:))))
You are the Soap Queen:)
Beautiful work!!!!

neenermt said...

Beatiful soap! How do you make the rippled cuts? Very cool.

KentuckyFarmGirl said...

Beverly, I am working on getting an Etsy shop set up. It's just been so busy lately that I haven't got it up and running yet. I have several people I know wanting some right now too so I'm trying to get ahead a bit and make some for Christmas presents. If there's a certain kind you want email me and we'll see if we can work something out.

Neenermt, I used a crinkle cutter. It's used for cutting pickles when canning, cutting french fries, etc. I have seen several people using them for soap and Brambleberry is selling them for soap cutting as well.

This is the one I have.

Crinkle Cutter

I am working on some personal-sized Christmas soaps. I'll be posting about those as soon as I get a couple of things I ordered that I need to make them.

Carmen said...

It's the prettiest so far, I think! Love the ribbon!

~mel said...

Oh ... those are just as cute as can be! Honey Almond and Spicy Apple ~ I wish my computer had smellavision!


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