Wet Soap Wednesday (Aka Soap Tops / Blogtober 11)

Happy Hump Day everyone!  After a text heavy post yesterday, today I’m taking full advantage of #wetsoapwednesday and sharing a selection of favourite recent soap ‘in-the-mould’ tops.  If you love wet soap as much as I do, you might find something you like here…

Tutti Frutti in the mould

Tutti Frutti in the mould

Warm Gingerbread in the mould

Warm Gingerbread in the mould

 

Oatmeal, Milk & Honey in the mould

Oatmeal, Milk & Honey in the mould

Ar Lan y Mor in the mould

Ar Lan y Mor in the mould

Serenity in the mould

Serenity in the mould

Candy Cane in the mould

Candy Cane in the mould

Luscious Lavender

Luscious Lavender

Botanica in the mould

Botanica in the mould

Milk & Honey in the mould

Milk & Honey in the mould

Clarity & Traeth Craig Du in the Mould

Clarity & Traeth Craig Du in the Mould

Thank you so much for still being here 😀  Back tomorrow…

Vickx

 

12 thoughts on “Wet Soap Wednesday (Aka Soap Tops / Blogtober 11)

    • Hi Samantha! Where are you based? There are a few shops locally that stock them, or you can buy via my FB page – just search for the The Soap Mine. I’m hoping to have a website up and running soon 😊

  1. How long has it taken you to make the soaps pictured? If I had my way I would make one after the other, day in day out. Also, can you video your technique for the top design? Whenever I try to spoon the top like that it goes all over the sides and doesn’t look half as neat as yours. I now opt for flat tops 😕

    • Hi Claudia! I usually make about four different varieties a week, double batches each time, so about 12k a week. I’ve bought a stand to try to get started doing videos – watch this space 😆

      • No, I haven’t dipped my toe in that water….way too scary. I love reading but the idea of marshalling my thoughts into coherent sentences – oh boy, Hercules had it easy by comparison!

      • Lol, I think you’d be great at it. For me it started out as a way to record what I was doing, and it mostly still is to be honest – it’s really good to look back and see how things have moved on.

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