Have any of you tried a soap kit like this before?
Do you see what it says on the top left hand corner?
Honey, it ain't the life of the party unless there's a pitcher of margarita in that box, and much to my dismay, there wasn't.
It does come with all sorts of nifty things though: the mould, 3 bottles of FO (all unlabelled, but at least the write up tells you what they are), apricot seed, rose mica and a loofah.
I decided not to use the rose mica this time, instead using the colours I already had and just try out the basic colour and soap.
It's nice the soaps come with lines to help you cut same sized squares. Great for people like me who have trouble with cutting evenly.
|Although it looks like white chocolate. Better get it used up before hubby thinks it is chocolate.|
|Maybe I should post the blue and reddish pink ones on craftfail.|
I was skimming TeachSoap the other day and someone had mentioned getting a soap making kit from Michael's was liable to turn anyone off of trying it again. I have to agree; this kit is okay, but it would not have made me want to continue. I'm grateful to my sister for having given me high quality materials to start with, so I wouldn't become discouraged right away.
Oh and for those who might not have seen my post on Twitter and Facebook, I got into both the craft fairs I had applied for. Very happy about that.