Making Soap

Hi all!

Sorry for not posting yesterday, was just super busy!

Anyways… Ive always wanted to have a go at making homemade soap; i mean there are just so many beauitful designs sooo here are my first time ever results.

So here’s my beautie’s ^____^.

I was really surprised with how easy it is to achieve satisfying results right from go!

I used a sea life theme that came from the set for these & added a little bit of frangence to give it a good old kick. 🙂

I also had a go making a standard block soap using the bottom of a juice container.

I was quite happy with the results on this one, although you can see the inprint from the juice container 😛 Owell no ones perfect right!

I really have the urge to make a hell of a lot more now & experiment with the filling’s & layer’s…

I used this kit, i really recommend it, if it’s your first time making soap. It’s so simple & everything is there leaving you with a full knowledge of soap creating haha!

There are other ranges of this kit too. You can pick it up at any craft store really. I got mine at Hobby Craft 🙂

Im going to make all sorts for Christmas presents, can’t wait!

Im off to go make me a new line of bracelets im working on, ill share pictures soon :3

L…………………..x

Fluffyghost. x

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About fluffyghost

Hi, my name is Mercedes, i love Hello Kitty, Sewing, Baking, Cats, Painting, Patchwork, Kawaii, Japanese culture, Decorating, Night time, Warm lighting, Anime/Manga, Cute kitchen wear. & a hell of a lot more.
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One Response to Making Soap

  1. Every time I see blogs as good as this because I should stop bludging and start working on mine.Thanks

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