Monday, September 20, 2010

Dirty Soap


It's kinda obvious how I came up with the name for this one. It's yet another half-successful attempt at creating the chocolate line. I'm getting closer, but life's littlest accidents can turn into something unique and fascinating to behold...sometimes.

The scent is actually a very crisp and light olive blossom. I actually love the pale green color-another perfect accident (hopefully I can duplicate it). The scent seized like crazy on me, so some of the bars look extra dirty, lol. Ahhh, this one is truly full of accidents, but the soap is perfectly perfect to use. This one's made with olive, avocado, and organic palm oil and will make its auspicious debut in a few weeks!

11 comments:

TiLT said...

Looks great! I love happy accidents :) And the name suits!

Burnt Mill Candles and Soap said...

looks great! the lines and the top are really nice!

Eva said...

Te ha quedado estupendo este jabón. Felicidades.

FuturePrimitive said...

I like!
The colours are really good, and the lines look good too.
Keep going...remember not to sprinkle too much cocoa...less is more as they say!
I don't mean to sound like...'listen to me, I know best'...but I've dusted more lines than I care to expose!
LOL!
xxx

Patrice-The Soap Seduction said...

Thanks everyone for the compliments and advice! Tiggy, you're the master-I've watched your videos and you're right-less is more-I need to put the powder in a shaker first because spooning it doesn't work for me:)

Three Fates said...

I love it. The colors are great, awesome accident!

Anne-Marie said...

I agree, I love the pale green color.
And I know you'll master the cocoa lines in no time =)

Lisa - Alterity Button Jewelry said...

Love the new look of your blog! yea...it's been a while for me ;)
Soap looks very cool, too!

Miss Val's Creations said...

It looks beautiful!!!

Cibaria Soap Supply said...

Love it - It came out soo neat looking!

Joanna said...

love it!! I agree with Tiggy. First cocoa line I made, I basically chopped my soap in half every time I picked up a bar.

A cool trick I learned was when I have a dark line I don't want smearing, I turn the log sideways and cut it that way so the knife is crossing along the line instead of passed it and right on top of a new color.... am I making sense?