The Hot Chocolate turned out nice and dark. Just like a big piece of Hershey fudge.
The Pearberry is the one that was supposed to be from dark green on the bottom to white on the top. Oh well. I have a pear soap stamp and I think I might stamp the Pearberry bars. The stamp shows up better on a solid color surface so the green will be perfect.
Lavender & Chamomile is such a sweet looking soap. Beautiful creamy white with pink and blue swirls and bits of color.
The Herbessence looks like a bouquet of flowers with all its colors - white, yellow, pink, and green.
First, there is Ancient Sedona. This fragrance oil will turn the soap a light tan color so I chose colorants that would complement. I chose micas in Cappucino, Copper Sparkle, and Gold Sparkle. I used my 9-bar slab mold and can hardly wait to unmold this soap tomorrow.
The second bath for tonight is a fantastic mixture of fragrances. Bulgarian Lavender Essential Oil, Sandlewood Fragrance Oil, 10X Orange Essential Oil, and a bit of Patchouli Essential Oil. Ooooohweee! this combination smells exquisite! I ground lavender buds and added them to my soap mixture. Then, I decorated the top of the loaf with lavender buds and dried orange peel.
Many times, I name my soap after the fragrance I use. But this second batch of soap tonight -- I'm stuck. I don't think Lavender, Sandlewood, 10X Orange, & Patchouli has a ring to it.
I'm open to suggestions. Let's Name This Soap!