Thursday, January 26, 2012

Camo Eye Candy

After the great success of my first camo soap I have decided to make more. Same recipe, but this time with a slightly different design. Brown (cinnamon), black (activated charcoal powder), and green (parsley powder). No white.  I always love the way this soap comes out.  Although I could have used some alcohol for the tops to do away with the soap ash.  Oh well.  Enjoy looking.






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    1. Thanks! Camo is unscented. I wanted to make a hunter's soap and unscented camo was the way to go.

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  2. Beautiful! I love your choice of natural colorants. Parsley is one of my favorites.

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    1. Thank you! Parsley is also one of my favorite colorants. I grind up the flakes with a mortar and pestle. Is that how you use it or do you purchase it ground?

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