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Hopefully, my journey into soapmaking will begin this year. I have been going through tons of reading and came across this.

http://www.soapnaturally.org/terrysfrosting.html

I think it's just the coolest thing. I enjoy design and I love seeing design in soapmaking even more than the scents.
 

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Very interesting article (he has a great sense of humor too)!

Do you plan on trying that Sara? :)
 

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Those are some fancy soaps! I enjoyed the article, thanks.:)
 

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SewCrafty said:
Very interesting article (he has a great sense of humor too)!

Do you plan on trying that Sara? :)
First, I want to try making any soap without hurting myself. rofl
 

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I want to try soapmaking too and its one of my goals for 2004. I think I will have to wait a while before I try this one though I do love the designs.
 

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Wow....the first installment had me kind of concerned, but they certainly turned out beautifully!! I can imagine how that piped basket would look if I had been on the other end of the piping bag! :yikes: And I've never heard margarine refered to as "blended edible animal fat" - hmmm - now what shall I spread on my toast?! :yucky:

That being said....if anyone can design a breathtaking array of designer soaps, I know it would be you Sara! I can't wait to see what you create! (as for me, I'm still on phase 2 of the 'candlemaking for kids' kit....maybe by <i>next</i> Christmas! :rolleyes: )
 
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