they look great Jen! and they must smell beautiful.I want to try some now, must find where they sell the melt & pour.♥
aww no pic of how the satchet turned out. You've got me curious.
They're in my favorite color! they look so pretty and I am sure they smell great, job well done!
hi Cathie, thank you! majestic mountain sage has so much on their site, it's very impressive. i think i want to try some melt-and-pour from somewhere else too, so let me know if u find some good stuff.hi N, ha, yea, i finished the sachet and it was late and i couldn't get the light for a good pic. i didn't have time to embellish it either, so maybe some other time.thanks, MadsaboutU! i've definitely been getting in a purple-y mood lately ;-)
this is really creative! the soaps turned out great. im curious now, what are the exact ingredients?http://pennilessstyle.blogspot.com/
oh wow, these soaps look sooo professional girl! i can just smell the lavendar through the computer - well i wish i could!!
hi AMY, thanks for visiting! other than the dried lavender, lavender oil and food coloring these are just made out of melt-and-pour soap that comes in a bucket, but someday i'll make soap more from scratch!thanks, Sandy, i wish u could too ;-)
Oh my~ I so want one!! They look just like the one I once got from whole food... and I'm sure they smell better!!
wow that is absolutely fabulous! I might have to attempt to make them!xo
thanks, Thavasa! i'm trying to get just the right amount of scent, so i'm practicing ;-)hi Fashion Meets Food, yea, try it, it's super easy!
I love to make soap but never with lavender. mini loaf pan is genius. I used a milk carton. check it out here http://smallburst.com/2009/02/home-made-soap/
hi Small Burst, very cool! i'm going to check out your post and try the milk carton out next, i saved an eggnog carton from xmas ;-)
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