Sunday, May 20, 2012

Sea Glass Challenge

I made this soap in response to a soap challenge Majestic Mountain Sage posted on their blog: Sea Glass Inspired Soap Challenge  I'm afraid I went a bit too literally but I usually go with my gut feeling and this feels right!  Photos should be self explanatory, but just want to point out that the bottom is made with Dead Sea Mud to get that bottom of the ocean look and the sea glass portion is done by melt and pour glycerin soap.

15 comments:

  1. This is one of the most beautiful soaps I´ve ever seen! I have to try to make a similar one :)

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  2. Gorgeous soaps! How clever to use Dead Sea mud to create the sandy ocean bottom. The M&P sea glass embeds are beautiful.

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  3. I love this soap!! Absolutely perfect sea glass!!

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  4. Amazing soap, it looks just like the ocean! And the Dead Sea Mud was the perfect touch.

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  5. Que jabon tan bonito y que bien conseguido lo de la arena con barros del mar
    muerto te a quedado perfecto....

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  6. So perfect, I love it! The sea glass is dead on and the dead sea mud for sand is as well! Very nice.

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  7. This is amazing and so well thought out. I never would have thought to look at a landscape from this perspective. Gorgeous!

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  8. Oh wow Emily! So beautiful! You have such a creative flair!

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  9. See you did it! The link up! So very pretty I love it, every aspect. Happy travels. Fragrance? Inquiring minds! LOL

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