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.


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. :)

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!