The Otionites are so very creative. This display utilizes Bramble Berry melt and pour base, Milky Way molds, rubber molds, sand from the beach and non-bleeding pigments. Using non-bleeding pigments was ultra important to this project to ensure that the colors did not fade and morph into eachother.
Otion created a dioroma of the ocean floor using a food cafeteria tray. I love the creativity that they displayed in using melt and pour as the canvas for affixing more soap to. It took over 5 pounds of soap to make this very large display. The overall “Wow! Is that really soap!?” effect makes it totally worth the extra soap.
Joanna Schmidt says
I think you need to have Ariel of The Little Mermaid singing the Ah, AH, AHHHHHHH song ;D
Eat Well (was Teresa R) says
That is fabulous! I love it…I want to hang out at the beach now. 🙂
Very cool! Wow, your staff are as inventive and innovative as you are! You must be so proud of them! My hat’s off to all of them!
[email protected] Birch says
How cool! I love that there are so many sweet details. It makes the soap stare-worthy!
How very cool. I’m just so proud of them. 🙂 What a fabulous idea. I think I need to recruit them to brainstorm some groovy cool birthday party ideas for me.
Suds to Love says
That is so cool! A-M, I think you have the world’s coolest (and luckiest) employees.