Wow...so gorgeous. :D
Marble cake? Kidding.But those are nicely done, Ai Shiang! I woner how many people catually use those soap as soap, I will just use them as decorations!
Beautiful! Good enough to eat.. Are they rose-flavored then?
i have been wanting to ask this question...how u make the pattern one har?
Tekkaus,Thank you!Shingo T,wah! YOu wanna use them as decoration har? I actually encourage people to use/try them out. Thank goodness that they do use them when they do buy. You'd be surprised to the difference feel to normal commercial soaps.Happysurfer,They are rose scented. Not flavoured though. They surely taste bitter.Manglish,I alternate the colours. When I pour in one colour, the one on top will press previous colour down, and so they just turn out like a curvy pattern. It will be the same as making cakes.
the black rose soap looks gorgeous and full of mystery... not sure I will sacrifice it in bathtub :D
sexy indeed... i like the custom made part, if you are back here, i would have ordered for functions
Oops! See what I mean? Good enough to eat. LOL!
Beaufitul soaps! You made them?I know these aren't cakes already, haha!
Ben,Haha! Most have soft spot for these soaps.Lily Riani,Perhaps next time I'll let you know :o)Happysurfer,Lol! Would be interesting to see your reaction should you take that first bite *wink!Rafael,I did make them, for my own use :)
Are those black and white jelly beans?
aw... nice!! wonder when can i get these beautiful soaps...
Bananaz,No, you can't eat them :)Mei Teng,Yes, you're right! They are jelly beans.Fufu,I'm sure you can find them quite easily everywhere.
so elegant looking with black and white plus a brilliant rose pattern!
The bottom soap looks almost like a reflection of the top one, in the first picture. I almost got fooled by it, if not because of the jelly beans :P Well done!
hey u're back to soap making... any other patterns for the season?
Ayie, Adeline,Accidentally "rose" pattern to be honest. It wasn't planned. :o)Lechua,Yah, when I run out of soaps I make them for my own consumption. Any suggestion for the patterns?
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