Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Color Inspiration Series - Moonlight Tryst

I'm so excited to have found this color site: Design Seeds
Take a look, there are tons of color inspirations, and that's what inspired me to start this whole series, in soap of course!  So here we go, #1, Moonlight Tryst, a Bastille (meaning instead of Castille, I only used 75% olive oil and 25% went to coconut oil, palm oil, and palm kernel).  This color combination is inspired by Design Seeds Candies Hues:
And let me present you, the soap version, Moonlight Tryst, a scent that is heavy in sweet rose, sweetened by pomegranates and tangerine, grounded by sensual sandalwood and amber.
Thank you Tam, for coming up with the name Moonlight Tryst!  This rather busy design was meant to be a metaphor of a sweet but sometimes complicated feeling every lover is going through.

Tim McGraw

“I worked so hard for that first kiss
And a heart don’t forget something like that
Like an old photograph
Time can make a feeling fade
But the memory of a first love
Never fades away.”    


  1. Woo-hoo! It's so pretty! I've seen that Design Seeds sight and it's so cool!

  2. What a amazing soap! You are an artist!

  3. Looks fabulous!!! Love the colours and I adore that blog too, and I startd following it for that exact same reason!

  4. I love the colors! This soap makes me happy (I mean it. I'm smiling right now)!!

  5. I love the candy colors! I have never smelled pomegranates fragrance. It sounds so good! =)

  6. Love love love the fun, bright colors! And the scent sounds positively devine =)