Experiment 3: Embeds

I love embeds so I knew right off that this mold would be fun to play around with embeds with. I have a winter fragrance I adore: Holiday Berry.  I thought it would be neat to see if I could create that three berries and two leaves idea that I did in the original design soap:

It worked…sort of 🙂

I have some very abstract pieces.  Down at the bottom it didn’t hold together.  The pieces kind of drifted a part.  It was still fun to make and I’ll definitely be trying other embeds with it in the future!

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5 Responses to Experiment 3: Embeds

  1. Jenny says:

    I love the embeds, Jennifer! The design looks so crisp and clean. Beautiful job!

  2. Those are really cute! Not sure how to overcome the drifting toward the bottom of the mold unless you use skewers (like for kabobs) to push them back into place as they set up but stop before the tinkering with them starts to show up in the soap. Or pour a bit, let it set while you hold the embeds in place with skewers, then pour a bit more. Though there’s a rub with that method too. There might be a delineation between the pouring phases. Not sure what else to try. These are really cute thought Love it! You’ve put a lot of thought & work in this and it shows! Great job!

  3. Holly says:

    Oh goodness! I love how they look! So pretty! The white soap with the red berries really pops!

  4. witchwaybeauty says:

    That looks amazing

  5. These are very pretty with the berries on white! You seemed a little disappointed with the abstracts though? I think they’re pretty cool.

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