Saturday, January 9, 2010

Glycerin Bliss

So I was yacking on Facebook the other day about all the new stuff I had in the works, and here are a few new things I've created-all with glycerin (or M&P) soap. Speaking of which, I'm going to be unloading some molds soon-both plastic and silicone, so if you're interested, please be sure to check back soon.

First up is Soap And The City. I bet you can't guess the inspiration behind these soaps. I love Sex And The City, and just when I think I've discovered who I'm most like, I'm always discovering something new about myself that makes me change my mind. Today, I'm a definite cross between Miranda (really no-nonsense and determined) and Charlotte (very feminine and pristine.) Question: They live in New York City and have no black friends or acquaintances? C'mon! Okay, I just had to put that out there. Moving on.....


I just love these dress form molds and my shop colors were the logical choice to use for these soaps. Currently there are two: Soap In The City-Pink with contrasting black ribbon and scented in Pink Sugar and Soap in The City-Black with contrasting hot pink ribbon and scented in Lovely (the SJP dupe.) They're currently sold individually but can be purchased as a set.

Next up is Pair-A-Pears Soap. I love pears! I don't think they get enough credit. To me they're much more fragrant than apple with a grainier texture and crunch. They are delicious drizzled with chocolate and/or caramel, but I don't imagine they'd make a great pie-a tart maybe, but pie-uh, uh.


I scented these in Bartlett & Basil because I don't like straight fruit scents (except lemon, lime, and grapefruit). I even added some tarragon leaves to it because, well, they just look like plain ole pears without them, lol.

Stay tuned for more new stuff, and don't forget to enter my giveaway. Everybody needs soap-and it's free!

11 comments:

yummy suds said...

Very cool! Those are awesome! The tarragon leaves, a nice touch! :)

Aloquin said...

Those pear soaps look amazing! Great job! :)

Split Rock Ranch said...

Nice! What kind of molds will you be "unloading"?

Patrice-The Soap Seduction said...

Hi Brenda:)

It'll be some silicone, some polyurethane, and some plastic molds. I'll be sorting through them all early next week and posting about it by the end of the week!

Athena said...

Your soaps are great! I'm not such a pear fan, but those are really lovely. :)

Tiffany said...

These are great.

Catherine said...

What a beautiful blog! You truly are an artist. My grandmother used to make her own soap. It is so much better for you. Blessings to you, Catherine

Dori said...

I just love these :-)

Pink said...

oooh, sexy soaps! Very nice...

Bullfrogs & Butterflies Baby said...
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Bullfrogs & Butterflies Baby said...

I see you've been channeling your inner creative diva...nice work!