Thursday, February 26, 2009

Last soaps for a few weeks



I got a new mould recently and decided to risk it for cold process soap. It's worked really well so I'm chuffed to bits. The only thing I can't decide - whether or not to brush the pattern with mica. Not sure which I prefer.




This one is a plain vanilla FO, uncoloured. It's a beautiful creamy colour and I'm hoping it'll stay that way! It looked like a big block of vanilla ice cream before I cut it.


8 comments:

SoapyChica said...

Def brush with mica-brings it up a treat. Am so jealous as I used to use this mould but finally it fell apart just after Christmas :(

SoapyChica said...

it wouldnt let me say but the vanilla looks good enough to eat and I love it against the blue for the piccy

uncentimo said...

i love your 2008 cake because i also have a disaster year, =)

María said...

Wonderful molds and soaps.
Greetings from Spain.

Gioia Made Soap said...

These soaps I really like a lot. Not only the nice mould form, but also the odours :)

lcr soap said...

No way can you hold on to your croap queen crown after producing such lovely soaps! Humph. OFF WITH THE CROWN !!!

Oh, and..... Hurry up and get back from Portugal, madam!

Body Natural Soap said...

Nice creammy looking soap I vote for brushing with mica

Croap Queen said...

Thanks for all the lovely comments.

Soapychica - I'm hoping the mould won't fall apart on me. Not sure it's really robust enough for full-time use with CP soap. Hmmm will have to see.

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