Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Cranberry Fig Handmade Soap

This is my first cold-processed soap using a pretty colorant. I like to make soap for fun and to share, so it's not in my Etsy shop. But if you leave a comment, I'll choose a random winner and send a bar soon. It rinses clean and smells wonderful!


6 comments:

Dolores said...

My idea of handmade soap is luxury. I love the smell of some of them. Since I can't smell yours, I do like the colour - it's my favourite.

kathyinozarks said...

Beautiful! I have not yet tried making cold process soap

Gene Black said...

wow, it is lovely - and I do LOVE to use handmade soap. Cranberry fig sounds good enough to eat. You did a lovely job with the coloring.
What type mold do you use?

Penny said...

I agree with Gene - it sounds good enough to eat! How fun to make your own soap.

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

I'm not sure that I have ever used handmade soap. I second Dolores thought that it MUST be a luxury. I bet yours make great gifts too.
xx, Carol

Its All About Creating said...

A luxury indeed. Wish I could smell and feel them; they look so wonderful. I agree with Gene too. They do look good enough to eat.