I finally finished the video of my Soap Challenge Club One Pot Wonder entry. 😊 At the end of the video, I included some photos of the extra attempts I made at this fun technique. Thank you so much for watching!
For this month’s Soap Challenge Club, we revisited a technique from 2015 called the tall and skinny shimmy. Our guest instructor was Tatiana Serko of Creative Soaps by Steso. Tatiana provided us with a wonderful tutorial for the regular category by creating a gorgeous 7 color shimmy soap. For the advanced category instruction, our host, Amy Warden, created a beautiful ombre shimmy and provided us with so many helpful details, as always. If you’re interested in this or past techniques, be sure to check out the Soap Challenge Club tutorials page.
This is my tall and shimmy entry for the advanced category. I created a video of my process but won’t have that posted for a few days or so. Continue reading
Hi everyone! I hope you all are doing well and hanging in there! ❤️
I just posted a video on a new version of my pink grapefruit scented salt bars. My original video on this soap was posted about 5 years ago. Can’t believe it was that long ago! This time I used an extra fine Himalayan salt instead of fine white sea salt and pink clay throughout the bar instead of just the swirl on top. Thank you so much for watching!
For this month’s Soap Challenge Club, we learned a fun technique called the clamshell swirl. The Challenge Club is hosted by Amy Warden, and our guest instructor was Teri of Tree Marie Soapworks. Teri makes really beautiful soaps and also has a YouTube channel where she uploads amazing videos. She did such a wonderful job teaching us the clamshell technique that I couldn’t seem to stop trying it. I’ll talk about some of those attempts here, and I also made a video about my entry soap (linked at the very bottom of the post), in case you’d like to see that, too. :) Continue reading