Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Autumn Berry Soap - CUT

I cut this soap yesterday and it was still a bit sticky. I let it set a day and then trimmed and prettied it up some this afternoon. With this new mold, I was able to get 13 bars and about 10 soap balls. The scent doesn't 'wow' me but it is still quite pleasant.


12 comments:

Tanya said...

Wonderful swirl! Super!

Jennifer Young said...

The colours ROCK! xo Jen

claudia mold said...

Love this soap! Wonderful colours and swirl!

Dörte said...

Super! Wonderfull Swirl and Color!

liebe Grüße
Dörte

Amy Warden said...

Oh, but if the scent doesn't wow you, the colors and swirls surely do! It looks incredible, Holly!

Hey - I just noticed that you added the Name/URL option for your comment form! Very handy for the non-Blogger folks like myself. Thank you!

twobloomsdesignstudio said...

I love the colours of this? Did you use clays? What does it smell like?

P.S. I have a new blog post up but my feed isn't updating anymore as I'm on the new blog interface.

Michelle

Anonymous said...

Lovin' your blog! I've been watching you soap videos on youtube for a while and saw your blog link and decided to check it out! The colors in your autumn berry soap are so lovely! What do you do with all the soap you make?

Katie @ whiskandbowl.blogspot.com
(for some reason I cannot comment with Blogger)

Milla said...

The colors are totally gorgeous!

Celine @ Soaperstar said...

Love the swirls and colours, really really lovely soap!

Sira said...

I love the colors ...they are perfect !!!

The Green Lady said...

Those are beautiful!

Maku said...

Beautiful with a wonderful color