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Special Swirled Soap Teaser Photos!

Finished bar of soap!

Finished bar of soap!

I recently took part of one of Amy Warden’s Soap Club Challenges for the Swirl within a Swirl or the Holly Swirl. While my soap didn’t turn out the way I hoped it would, I still love how the soap turned out in the end! I took plenty of pictures, so I will be sharing the tutorial with you in a few days.

This soap may look complicated, but I think it is actually very easy and fun! I can’t wait to share these directions with you! I am planning on making some more of these soaps and when I do, I’ll share those with you. Do you have any recommendations for colors or scents that I should try in my next batches? I would love to hear your suggestions!

To help you prepare for the tutorial, I’m sharing my ingredients and equipment list so you can start planning for any ingredients you might need to order.

Coconut Oil
Olive Oil
Palm Oil
Macadamia Butter
Sodium Hydroxide
Cucumbers & Melons Fragrance Oil
Moss Green Color
Black Onyx Color
White Lip Balm Color
Soap Buckets
Soap Spoon
Mold of your choice (I’m using a silicone log mold.)
Immersion Blender

Note About Colors: You will want to choose three colors that have significant contrast. White is always a wonderful contrast! I personally chose to have a light green, dark green and a white that I hoped would suit my fragrance choice. I think I did a good job!

I see you in a few days with the tutorial!

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