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Elemental Soap

Sometimes, you just have to go with the inspiration. 

I was watching a video that Clyde from Vibrant Soap was doing on the elements.  I’ve always loved things that express the elements and seasons.  Seeing it done in soap was so cool to me.  My head starting spinning with all kinds of ideas of how I might be able to make my own version of the elements in soapy form, and this is what came out. 

The “elements” are a combination of clear and coconut oil glycerin soap, embedded in a base of coconut oil cold process soap.  Colored with activated charcoal and black oxide; scented with Midnight Therapy fragrance oil. 

What’s not to love about the elements?  🙂

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Milk Soap

I was really surprised when my son asked me for more face soap.  I didn’t even know he’d been using the bars I’d made a few months ago!  He believes they are helping his skin, and I can’t even tell you how happy that makes me!  My son is using my soap because he likes it and believes it’s helping, not just because it’s the soap his mom made.  #overthemoon

When he asked me about making more, I said, “Sure!  What non-black color would you like?”  Every soap I’ve made him he asks for black.  *sigh*  His response this time was, “Non-black?  Well, white then!”  I guess he’s officially grown out of his “everything must be red and blue to match Spiderman” phase.  In a way, I’m going to miss that. 

So, in keeping with his simple tastes and because this is for both him and his sister, I made a lovely, white, coconut milk soap, scented with Milk fragrance oil. 

Something about the clean, simple look to these bars, and the fresh scent, makes it a truly beautiful soap to me. 

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20170207_230121I am so excited!  I have been planning this soap for weeks, and now it’s finally done!  Once I had the idea, it was a process of gathering everything I needed – the molds, the colors, etc. 

My daughter and I were talking last night about movies, drawing, and writing and she said, “That feeling of seeing something you’ve had in your head become real is awesome.”

“I know!” I replied, pointing to my recently finished soap. 

To her, it wasn’t quite the same thing, because soap is not a movie.  But I suspect any other soaper would get it.  🙂