Friday, May 11, 2012

The Miracle Machine and a Kiss of Sun

I used my new snazzy wazzy cutter to cut this soap. O.M.Goodness. I AM IN LOVE. What a difference a wire cutter makes! My cuts were so nice and smooth and I didn't even have a lot of the air bubble marks that I was afraid of. So yay!!! I've said it about a million times...but this is the prototype and my super awesome neighbor is considering taking custom orders for them. We're just testing right now to see how it works, etc.. If it is something you'd be interested in, give me a shout so that we can gauge the interest.

The miracle machine in action... :-D










This Kiss of Sun soap smells amazing. I have had such good luck blending my own fragrances. I really haven't made one yet that I didn't like. The yellow turned out so pretty and the calendula and gold glitter on top is beautiful. Can you tell I'm happy with it?






I am definitely going to have to go into business because now that I can cut soap like a super star, it's going to be hard to reign me in! :-)


19 comments:

Carol from Adam & Eve said...

Hi Holly,
does your neighbour wants to ship to the netherlands, than I'm certainly interested in buying!I mean if it doesn't cost a fortune.
For the dragmarks on your soaps, isn't it an option to turn your soap with the calendula petals down I mean, so you prevent the dragmarks of the petals?
Just thinking along with you....

Lovely soap you made there girl.

Holly said...

Let me research the shipping on it's size and weight to the Netherlands.

For the drag marks, I did turn my soap so there was the littlest amount of dragging but it did still grab some. That is just the nature of those wire cutters.

Thank you Carol!

Anne-Marie said...

What a fun little tool, I bet it is so much fun to use!

Shieh Design Studio said...

I would be interested also! Except the pricing part, LOL I hope I can afford it!

Amy W said...

Very cool cutter! And yes - it's about time you go into business!!!!

Holly said...

Thanks! I need to talk to him about pricing now that we've determined that I LOVE IT! :-)

Jaime said...

Its like a guillotine for your soap.

Jaime said...

Its like a guillotine for your soap.

Katy said...

Holly! I'm interested, too! I live in Illinois, so the shipping probably wouldn't kill me. I'd love to hear a price as well. You crack me up, too, by the way! Your soaps are beautiful and sooo creative. You should totally start selling them! How do you store and use the soap that you've made??? You must give it away all the time!!! And you have the cleanest family around, I'm sure! :)
Katy

The Thread Gatherer said...

I would be interested also. Please email me at thethreadgatherer(at)msn.com with information on the pricing etc.

R. Hall said...

Hi. I am new to posting comments on blogs so I apologize if this shows up more than once. (It would be great if you could post your contact email directly!) I love our soap cutter. Can you tell me how much it costs please. I would like to order one.

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Holly said...

Thanks!

Virginia said...

Would also be interested in getting one of these soap cutters. It reminds me of an antique butter wire cutter I have. If they are available, email me at bfaussies *at* gmail *dot* com.

Virginia said...

I would also be interested in getting one of these cutters. It reminds me of an antique butter wire cutter I have. If they are available, email me at bfaussies *at* gmail *dot* com.

Elena Zakharova said...

Hi Holly! I'm very interested in this lovely ahd great thing too. Does Your neighbour still making it? And what about price?

Holly said...

Hi there, there aren't any more cutters available. Sorry!

lata reddy said...

Holly,
can I buy a cutter from you/your neighbor?
Your soap is lovely!!

Holly said...

No, there are no more cutters for sale. However, you can look up Bud Haffner on Etsy. He makes great cutters too!