Friday, May 2, 2014

Summer Showers, CP+MP

     The past few days have have been rainy here in Viginia meaning lots of indoor (therefore soap) time and a bonus it inspired me to make my latest soap!



     Since the FO I used was flowering herb, which soaped like a dream btw, I did my base as a green with a touch of coral as a plants with coral representing the flowers. I am really proud of myself for my raindrops. They are made with clear melt and pour soap (tinted with blue mica) and I poured them in my heart silicone mini column mold and then cut my hearts in half to make the tear drop shape!


     Look! you can see through the rain drops (it needed help for the camera though)!!!!!! Is it sad how much this excited(and still does excite) me?

Thanks for stopping by and happy soaping!


*video added on 5/4/14*

12 comments:

  1. LOVE your teardrop soap, that is so cute and clever!

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  2. What a brilliant idea Anna Rose! It's so cool that it looks opaque until you shine a light through it. I don't think it's sad at all that this excites you, just goes to show how passionate you are about soaping.

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  3. Thank you! it looks more transparent in person but the camera didn't like this soap to much...

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  4. Very pretty, Anna! It's fun to mix CP with M&P. You can create some really cool effects. The raindrops are so cute!

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    1. Thanks! it is a bunch of fun to see all the possible options.

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  5. So cute Rosie! Way to make the best out of rainy days. :)

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    1. Thanks Carlie! I have to show you how to make soap soon!

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  6. This is such a cool soap...and very clever to cut the hearts in half to get the rain drops, I love it! :)

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    1. Thanks! I was just playing around with MP embeds, I also have some citrus ones I am going to us soon.

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  7. love your idea of cutting the hearts into rain drops. Great job! I will have to steal/borrow that.

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    1. Thanks! feel free to borrow any of the info from my blog!(if I didn't want y'all to know I wouldn't have shared it!)

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