Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Last of the flower experiment soaps

This is the last one -- I promise! My attempt at creating a Scottish bluebell soap:



It didn't turn out quite as nicely as the others I made, but the scent was gorgeous.

Having the right equipment helped a lot, and I couldn't have asked for a better mold than this beauty from my good friend Gabi. Being able to see the soap from all angles made the flower patterns possible.

5 comments:

Pajnstl said...

Does your friend sell the molds?

I've been lurking about for a couple of weeks. You have a nice blog! :)

Joanna Schmidt said...

love those molds!!! WHICH ONES ARE YOUR FAVES?

gracefruit said...

Hi Patrice, I have written to ask about the moulds and will let you know. And thank you for your kind words about my blog. :)

Joanna,
The mould is great! I like it very much but for most of my batches, I use Upland moulds. I'm a huge fan of the silicone liner.

sherrieg said...

Those molds look terrific! I'm stil searching for better molds. I saw a post in Reader which seems to have disappeared - I'd love to link to you and you to me, if the offer still stands. I'm at birchbarksoap.com Take care!

gracefruit said...

Hi Sherrie! I have added your link to the blog list. Thanks so much for the exchange!