August 13, 2016

Another entry for Amy Warden's soap challenge. The dancing funnel technique is created using squeeze bottles and a slab mould. For the outline colour, I have used a mix of Silver Lake and Blizzard micas and alternated the fill with Sea Mist and Cherry Blossom micas.

June 18, 2016

I attempted the sculpted soap challenge last week. I found a picture that looked easy to divide into sections and cut those sections out of 10 pieces of cardboard. One by one, I added the new soap layer, sliding the cards across each time with just a few hiccups along the way. And here it is, my rainbow sculpted layer soap.

May 6, 2016

Last week I attempted the new Ombre technique with a few differences. First, I used large sauce bottles with the nozzle for easier pouring and gradually added yellow soap (Firefly) to the green (Elusive) soap. The bottle made mixing and pouring the soap into the mould so much easier and found less air bubbles throughout the soap when I cut it. This is one of my favourite soaps I have made in a whi...

April 13, 2016

I have been planning this soap for some time now, I even created the mould for the gold nuggets over a year ago, I just hadn't gotten around to making it. So, when Amy Warden posted the location themed challenge I knew what to make.


Bendigo is a city built on gold - literally. With gold veins (gold mica lines) running underground and huge nuggets (soap nuggets) lying above, people from all ov...

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