Jamaica Me Crazy

July 13, 2016

This too was a happy accident!  I found the palm tree when I found the shells and it turned this two color (gradient) soap into something so much more!

Jamaica Me Crazy: begins with top notes of mandarin, Mexican lime, tangerine, and kumquat;  middle and base notes of watermelon, tart green apples, cantaloupe, and honeydew melon.


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Ocean Breeze

July 5, 2016

I AM IN LOVE WITH THIS SOAP!  Yup, so much so that that first sentence required all caps to write.  I had this vision for a beach scene soap.  While I was looking for a stamp for a different summer soap design I came across the shell and starfish and I knew that they were the “extra” step that would make my beach scene go from good to amazing!

Ocean Breeze: A fruity floral blend of peach, watermelon, neroli and jasmine on a dry down of aquatic notes and musk.

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Weekend in Maui

June 28, 2016

I couldn’t find the right size stamps I wanted for this soap. I had this really cool idea that just never happened.   This soap is pretty…but it just lacks a wow factor for me.

Weekend in Maui: Top Notes: Valencia Orange, Italian Mandarin, Cassis, Anjou Pear. Middle Notes: Star Jasmine, Plum Blossoms, Vanilla Orchid. Base Notes: Sandalwood, Golden Amber, Musk, Palm Woods



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Sweet Orange & Chili Pepper

June 21, 2016

This soap didn’t turn out how I expected (wanted).  When I read about the fragrance it said it accelerated trace slightly so I thought it’d be a great one to do layers on.  Well let me tell you…there was NO trace acceleration whatsoever for me! (Why you should always test fragrances yourself for how they react…I know this!)  Anyway my patience lost out on this soap and I did not get straight layers like I wanted.

Sweet Orange Chili Pepper: is the sassy, saucy combination of Valencia Orange, Sparkling Bergamot, Tangerine Zest, Tart Cassis, Orange Juice, Neroli, Ground Pepper, Fiery Chili Pepper, and Sheer Musk.


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My photography skills are okay at best.  My photoshop skills on the other hand are pretty good.  I’ve lots to learn that’s for sure, but I’ve learned a lot of tips and tricks for editing photos.  Take a look at this “before” (what I got on my camera) and “after” (what I photoshopped).

Before After Photo

I couldn’t get the blue to go away on my camera and since the soap colors where coming out true to the soap I decided not to mess with the background and just photoshop it, since it’s easier to fix that that to get the soap colors to be true to reality.


Black Currant Vanilla

June 15, 2016

Do you like the black raspberry vanilla scent?  If you do you’ll probably like this one.  I call it the tangier-tarter version of raspberry vanilla.  It’s got that sweet undertone, but there’s a bit of a kick to it.  I really like it.  I was surprised HOW much I liked it.

This soap did NOT go as planned when I was making it.  It was supposed to be mostly white with purple and gray swirls in it.  Well when I added the fragrance the soap go super thin and when I tried to swirl it everything kind of mixed together and I got this purplish-grayish (distinctly lacking white) soap.  I mean it’s still pretty, but I KNEW what I was going for and this was not it!


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Apricot & Peaches

June 11, 2016

The goal of this soap was to get embedded cubes (of different oranges) in a light orange base soap.  I made plenty of embeds, but when I cut the soap I missed most of them! (The pictured one has the best bare of the bunch for actually hitting the embeds!)  So as you use the soap you’ll see different colors emerging.  The smell is nice and light and sweet and fruity.  It’s a perfect summer blend. I put one aside for me already!


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PS: A little side note – I meant to have an apricot in the picture too, but somehow (despite having a list) I walked out of the food store without an apricot!)

Vanilla Bean

June 7, 2016

I’ve been asked a lot for vanilla, so here we go: vanilla!  I really dislike the smell of straight vanilla.  It’s too sweet for me and this soap it definitely one I’ll never use.  However for everyone that’s asked for vanilla now’s your chance to get it!

Vanilla Bean: is a sweet, sugary aroma of fresh vanilla beans.


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