Making and cutting Rosemary, Lemongrass and Lavender.

  • Published on May 21, 2016
  • I wanted to see what the pattern would be like with a center pour over the divider, not really what I was expecting, but I think its still a nice looking soap.
    Essential oils of Lavender, Rosemary and Lemongrass.
    Making and cutting.
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Comments • 12

  • Tanya Bonnett
    Tanya Bonnett 10 months ago

    Love this soap,colours look amazing

  • Tony Martens
    Tony Martens 3 years ago

    Hi like your soaps and vids, but can you tell me where you got your cutter from ?

  • Soaping Down-Under
    Soaping Down-Under 3 years ago

    I loved this! Love the pour, and the look! thanks for sharing that

  • STWart - Shannon
    STWart - Shannon 3 years ago

    Great colour combination and great result.

  • Corry Helmond
    Corry Helmond 3 years ago

    Like the concept and the result. Cool project. :)
    May I ask why you use the metal and plastic dividers (on the sides); it's a silicone mould I guess, so releasing should be easy enough?

    • white milk soap and candles
      white milk soap and candles  3 years ago

      +Corry Helmond
      Yes i use the metal on the sides so i can make the bars that little bit higher, the silicone moulds are a little short.

    • white milk soap and candles
      white milk soap and candles  3 years ago

      +Buttermilk Bay Soap you're right, and if I did have the much smaller ones for the ends that would be great, lol I use the polished steel to make the bars that little bit higher and I don't have to buy more moulds, that's it .... Thx for watching me ...

    • Buttermilk Bay Soap
      Buttermilk Bay Soap 3 years ago

      Rather than plastic dividers the polished metal will last a lifetime, won't warp or bend and I'm guessing if she has them why not throw them on the sides to save on soap and change the bar shape a bit. As for the short plastic end pieces ....she needed to add more soap by extending the sides of the mold so she could fit it all in. Hope that helped;) Tammy jump in if I have it all

    • white milk soap and candles
      white milk soap and candles  3 years ago

      +Corry Helmond
      Hi Corry, they are metal polished steel, I wish i had more of them...

  • Jo Titchmarsh
    Jo Titchmarsh 3 years ago

    love that ..fab soap as always