|Yes, it's stained and dirty, but I do line it before each use. Trust me, no dirty soap...|
|Vanilla Cake-This one looked so real and smelled like straight vanilla and butter. I can't duplicate it for the life of me!|
|Spellbound-A Vicky's Secret dupe|
|Okay, a beat up soap mold means it gets the job done!|
|Dirty Sexy Soap. I blended patchouli essential oil and nectarine blossom. Fan-freaking-tastic!|
|Royal Soap-English tea rose|
Lastly, is the score of the year! The Upland Soap Factory and Southern Soapers both closed shop this year (I was genuinely upset when SS closed), and Kelly, Southern Soapers' owner, announced on her Yahoo Group that she was selling off the last of her equipment including her prized Upland Soap molds. Some consider these the gold standard of wooden molds. The craftsmanship was said to be impeccable and top-notch, and I've always wanted one, but I am a tightwad in every aspect of my life. These molds started at around $60.00 and zoomed from there. So this is a major score because I copped this bad boy for 30 bucks! I guestimate this one to be around 2.5 pounds-maybe 3? Someone, lemme know if you know. I have yet to make any soap with it yet. I just received it the other day, and I'm going to use it to make my first holiday soap of the season. What I love most about this mold? The silicone liner! No more lining with wax paper. YAY. No, double YAY!