Sunday, May 17, 2009

Coconut Lime Swirl

Sorry for no posts this week had a ton of stuff going on in my life this week and just didn't get around to soap making or blogging. Back on track today! I made the Basil Nectarine soap that won the poll, my colors were meh. I will try to post a picture of them on sunday. I had tossed back and forth on what colors to make it and I am not sure I hit on a good combo.

So batch 2 for the day was one I was really looking forward to trying out after watching The Soap Queen how to swirl video . So here is my attempt at the swirl she showed, still needs some tweaking but I was pretty pleased on how it came out. This is scented with Coconut and Lime with green and white mica's.
By the way is my new blog layout ok? or should I go back to the old one? get another new one?

8 comments:

Audrey said...

That looks so cool!! I think it turned out great, but I don't make soap, just use it! LOL Love the green color, one of my favorites.

milk and cookeez said...

Oh I love it!!!
Lime in the coconut is one of my summer fragrances-Im all over that scent, yummy!

SleightGirl said...

Mmmm...I love the scents of coconut and lime and they go really well together too! I wish blogs had scent.

Patrice @ The Soap Seduction said...

Wow! Looks great! Have you been watching Soap Queen TV too? LOL... Your version turned out really nice!

Leather Made Nice said...

Mummmm! Lime is such a refreshing scent for the summer. Do you have soap with coffee in it?

Burnt Mill Candles and Soap said...

no soap with coffee yet but I had been thinking about trying out my Turkish Hazelnut Cafe(coffee) scent it is almost my number 1 seller in candles around here so check back for that one.

Yes Patrice I have been watching The Soap Queen videos and I can't wait to see what is next :)

Mia Sophia said...

Im on my last bar and need to order some more...i think that'll be my choice for this summer! yum~

Anne-Marie said...

Oh my goodness, this looks great! What a nice color combo for the fragrance choice too. Kudos!

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