In the past couple days, I made four soaps: Avobath Type, Peppermint Tea Tree Pumice and Zeolite Soap, French Green Clay with Lavender & Tea Tree Soap, and Honey I Washed The Kids Soap. Today they were ready to cut, so I thought I would share the joy of cutting them with you! Continue reading “Soap Cutting Day! Four New Soaps Unveiled!”
I think my husband was a monk in a previous life. He likes everything plain and simple. The same holds true for his soap. He likes plain, un-fancy, un-scented soap. He will accept goat milk, even though it might be a little bit sinfully decadent.
Last week I made him a batch of plain-jane goat milk soap and this week it was finally ready to unmold and cut.
Of the two soaps I made this weekend, one of them was ready to cut today. The other is a goat milk soap, so it will take longer to be ready for unmolding. This one, however, slid right out of the mold with no issues today.
I posted yesterday about this soap and at the time, I wanted to call it “birthday cake”, but when I cut it, and as I was taking photos, it seemed more like a party, so I decided instead to call it “birthday party”. Continue reading “Cutting of “Birthday Party” Soap”
After a brief pause from soap making, I am back. A couple of soaps finally cured and came off the drying rack, making room for more. It’s a good thing too because I am almost out of my favorite Pink Grapefruit Swirl shampoo bars and needed to make more. As it is, I might have to go without for a couple weeks while this soap finishes curing. Continue reading “Soaping again…A re-stock of Pink Grapefruit Swirl Shampoo Bars”
It has been about 26 hours since I made the Baby Clean soap and approximately 28 hours since the Green Tea Soap was made. Time to unmold and cut them and reveal the inner beauty!