Circling Taiwan Swirl 

Soap swirl technique for Amy’s Soap Club Chalenge was “Circling Taiwan Swirl” with dividers. This is one of techniques that require slow moving soap formulation.  

I decided to use Pearberry fragrance that doesn’t discolor  but hope to seamlessly have this soap done got killed with the worst surprise that you can think of. 


Soap butter started to accelerate, rise and play crazy as soon the fragrance hit the oils. In just few seconds my hand blender got stuck in a ball of soap and I was sure that was it.  My teen daughter who was ready to videotape me became star of the day. She put the camera down and started working through the butter of soap by hand and we managed to finished our project. If I take all issues we had with our soap butter in consideration I can proudly say that our soap turned great. 





8 Comments Add yours

  1. eva edmonds says:

    Don’t you love it when a seeming crash & burn ends in success?! What a trooper your daughter is too – high five to her for her heroism! Congratulations of a very lovely Lotus!

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    1. Thank you Eva🌞 Yes, moments as that are special. I am so very proud on her ability to always stay calm. That is one of reasons that we usually successful work together. Fire and Water = Harmony.


  2. Debi says:

    You would never have been able to guess you had any problems with this soap! Absolutely beautiful!


  3. Amy Warden says:

    Oh my goodness! I’m so glad a disaster was averted! Really turned out beautifully considering the situation. I love the gorgeous bold colors – especially the blue!


  4. THat looks great. Amazing, given how badly it behaved!


    1. Thank you ! I need to star paying attention to FO reviews in future to avoid situations like this. 🌞


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