Friday, October 29, 2010

Snowcakes Soap (semi-whipped)

This batch of soap is a dupe for the wildly popular Lush fragrance "Snow Cake".   The soap was suppose to discolor to a light beige but I really wanted it to stay white, so I used Titanium Dioxide. 

To doubly ensure the whiteness, I also used more hard oils than usual and whipped them up some with an electric hand mixer before adding the liquid oils.  For the "stars" I did a second batch of soap that was completely whipped and pipep them on using Wilton 2D & 21 decorating tips.

While purchasing my tips from Michael's I also grabbed a few flexible rubber molds that are perfect for leftover soap batter.  I can make these cool samples to give away to my awesome customers!

As you can see, the 2D tip is my favorite.


  1. Fantastic!! It is such a clean (heh heh, clean . . . soap . . ) and pristine looking bar. Good job.

  2. Gorgeous! I'm in awe of all the steps you take to make such beautiful soaps.

  3. Wow!!! Such a beautiful soap - so perfect :D

  4. Your soap is perfect!
    Kisses from Brazil.

  5. Oh my! These are some pristine looking white soaps. Talk about a winter wonderland :)

  6. So pretty. When will these be available in your store? I would love to buy some.

  7. oh, I love these!!! What gorgeousness



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