Monday, September 5, 2011

Calendula Carrot Buttermilk Soap - CUT

I haven't been this excited about making soap in quite a while. I LOVE how it turned out and I really had so much fun cutting it up! It was just lots of fun to cut into the slab and form my own bars.

I don't know what it is about this soap but it always turns out super creamy looking. I'm not picking up on any of the spicy or mint essential oils now and its scent is just like taking a big whiff in an herb garden. It's luscious!






Look at the cute little soap balls I made!


I got 24 bars, travel bars for hubby from the end cuts, and 8 soap balls.


I took some new pictures of Rice Flower and Shea while the light was much better late this afternoon.




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7 comments:

Angela said...

OMG, this soap ist so beautiful, I love it. The calendula carrot buttermilk soap looks awsome. And riceflower and shea is my alltime favorit and I love your swirls.

Celine Blacow said...

Looks so creamy and delicious! Great job!

Holly said...

Thank you Angela and Celine!

Mountain Farms Soap said...

Your soap turned out really georgous. Love your swirl.

Hiddy said...

both the rice flower and carrot soaps look creamy and so pampering for the skin! love the pastel colors and swirls :-)

A Life Deliberate Soap Co. Blog said...

Love them both so much!! I am diggin' that yellow and white swirl in the calendula carrot!

Amy Warden said...

The calendula carrot looks shockingly similar to the coconut soap I made this summer, only mine didn't have any poppy seeds in it. Fabulous!!!