Monday, 20 June 2016

Mmm, donuts!

I've always made my donuts (soap donuts that is) in the same manner:  pour a thin layer of clear on the bottom, sprinkle some jojoba seeds, then pour in the rest of the bakery brown soap. Pour the other half of the donut, let both sides solidify, then curse when they won't stick together properly.

After seeing how some others make their donuts I tried to emulate it. I still cursed the two sides for not sticking properly, but by glazing the top and letting it run down the side, I think it helps to hold it together a bit better. Plus, I added more colouring this time, which I think makes it look much better. Scented with WSP's Grandma's Griddle FO, it smells like a real donut. Also, this time I used real sprinkles and I think that adds to the real-ness of the donut.



Hope you have a lovely, donut filled week!

6 comments:

  1. Looks awesome and delicious!! I like that drippy effect!

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    1. Thanks dear! As you know, Soap Queen has great tutorials, so I learned this one from her.

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  2. They are so real! I am feeling hungry looking at those soaps. They look so sweet... I love them!

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    1. Thank you Madame Propre! They did turn out quite well, I'm pleased with the results for a change. ;)

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  3. They look fantastic!! So real!! Can you make the next ones gluten free so I can eat them? Haha!

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    1. These ones are definitely gluten free Michelle. ;)

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