Friday, October 21, 2011

Bonfire Bliss Soap

I soaped this one yesterday afternoon and didn't take pictures or even look at the video. The fragrance accelerated and seemed to rice on me and I gave it the cold shoulder for the rest of the day. :)

Today I cut the soap and I was quite pleased with the results. This scent is so pretty and perfect for Fall. It's a sweet smell with notes of dried leaves. It's much more complex than that though.

Here it is in the mold, after it had rested in the mold overnight:



It cut very nicely and I'm really excited with how it turned out!









12 comments:

Milla said...

Holly, those are just gorgeous. So jealous of your swirls!!! Come over and make some soap with me! Watching your videos now! :)

Dörte said...

wunderbar, super!

liebe Grüße
Dörte

Celine @ iamhandmade.com said...

Oh I love the look of these, the colours are just perfect and they, in no way, look like you had a problem with them at all... beauties! Off to watch your videos now.

Tina said...

Schöne Farben, tolle Marmorierung, wunderbares Topping!! *Wonderful!*
Greetings from Austria,
Tina

miscellanea said...

The colours and swirls are perfect. The soap turned out so beautiful.
Petra

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Donna OShaughnessy said...

So pretty and well just plain pretty. Your knife looks exactly like the one I use to cut soap. Hmm

Holly said...

Thank you all so much for leaving your wonderful comments! :)

claudia mold said...

Very pretty soap!

Amy Warden said...

How cool!!! I love that you "gave it the cold shoulder". I do that too when a project didn't seem to work out the way I thought it should. Seems like it worked, in your case though! Looks just like a bonfire - great job!

tenthavenuesoap said...

I am LOVING the colors you got in this batch, especially that coral color! Wish I could smell it! :)

twobloomsdesignstudio said...

Holly,

Wow, that turned out beautiful considering it riced on you. Usually when I have a soap that rices on me I have to rebatch it. I love the colours and swirls in this one.

Michelle