True Love

March Soap Challenge Club was about Rimmed Soaps. Technique that was mastered by Tatsiana Serko

 I decided to make soap that will celebrate  upcoming Mothers Day. My inspiration was graphical art below:

  
 Journey was painfully long since technique was challenging in many ways, but I am very happy with end result. 

   
  
True Love Rimmed Soap Video on YouTube.

Soaps are made with Tatsianas recipe. 

How are mother and baby done?

What I did is hand craved them and filled with black butter. You remove rest of black butter after few minutes and try to clean as much as possible. Live to cure and clean again. Advantage is that you can make few different design from one roll of soap. 

Thank you !

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  1. Pooja says:

    Gorgeous soap ! I love the color & design of your rim 🙂

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    1. Thank you very much Pooja🌞

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  2. Vera Lede says:

    Debi,
    Your soap left a mark in my heart , how wonderful it is – a mother and child!

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    1. Thank you Vera Lede🌞

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  3. You have a very beautiful soap !!! I wish you good luck in the contest.

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    1. Thank you very much 🌞

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  4. Amy Warden says:

    This is just beautiful, Diana! Love the simple red, black and white swirls, and the center carving really shows off your skills! Congrats on your success!!

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    1. Thank you very much Amy😊

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  5. Wow. This is lovely

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  6. Debi says:

    That is so beautiful! Do you have a video of how you made the mother and child too? I am really interested in seeing how you were able to pull that off so stunningly! Great job!

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    1. Debi I don’t , but what I did is hand craved them and filled with black butter. You remove rest of black butter after few minutes and try to clean as much as possible. Live to cure and clean again. I will add this to the post. Advantage is that you can make few different design from one roll of soap.
      Thank you🌞

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