First of all I apologize for my bad English! Your knowledges are really magnificent, you are one of my model! I adore all that you make!What technique of swirl kept silent used for this soap?Bye!
I don't know if there's a name for it, I just poured random layers on top of each other, used a chopstick to stir a little then push soap balls in.
Thank's ! I Will try !
This soap is Gorgeous!
It is so gorgeous. I really miss your videos! By the way, did you ever look into Got Print for your cards?
Yes I did, I order 3 different designs, price is reasonable but the shipping is killing me! They charge so much shipping consider we are in the same state!
You are really a color and design master! It's beautiful, as always!Btw, thank you again for helping me out with the colors. I just placed an order with tkb. I would normally prefer the powder in containers but since my brother will be bringing them, plastic bag packaging works better. I will tackle The Conservatorie next year. :-)
Playing with colorants the possibilities are endless! Enjoy!
Holy cow. These are amazing. The colors are dead on for that inspiration! I could just stare at these all day...Pretty pretty!!
I love that the design was inspired by the color palette! I'm going to have to try it :)
May I pls ask what you were using as the sprinkles on top (silver color)? Are they sugar, the ones usually find at baking shop? The soap looks amazing btw, I just love all the glitters and textures. Your soaps ARE beautiful =)
It's mica covered sugar crystal, the kind you can buy from bakery section.
Do you have a blog entry on how you make the soap balls? This is the most gorgeous bar of soap I've ever seen, and I was about to try something kind of similar in design but simpler since I'm a beginner. The soap balls really add a lot of dimension though, and I would love to learn how to do them.
Jeanette, I don't have a post about soap balls. Making soap balls is very easy, just time consuming. All I do is take fresh CP soap about 1~2 days old and knead it into dough like consistency then roll a small portion into a ball with my palms. Trick is to wear latex (or gloves of your choice) gloves, roll with gentle force only by palms and not fingers.