Facebook Photo of the Week (April 26 ~ May 3rd)

It’s a fabulous Friday again and that can only mean one thing — Facebook Photo of the Week. There were so many creative bath and body creations that were shared on Bramble Berry’s Facebook page this week that it was hard to choose a favorite. I loved seeing all the different interpretations of the Leopard Print soaps and if you missed the quick Vine Videos I did, you can check them out here and here. Are you ready for the winner for this week? Check out the beautiful soap below!

This week’s beautiful Facebook Photo of the Week comes to us from Margo of Bearprint Soaps. This little gem was one that Margo created for the Leopard Print Cold Process challenge at Great Cakes Soapworks  (I’m inspired by all the designs coming out of these challenges; thanks Amy!).  She told us that the beautiful blue one was for the boys and the pretty pink one was for the girls, and that the blend of Bramble Berry’s Ginger Ale and Lime Fragrance Oils smell absolutely fabulous in this soap. The colors Margo chose were perfect. And, side note, I’ve decided that I’m going to be doing a tutorial for this type of design (Leopard Print) in the future, so keep your eyes on the blog! Thank you so much to Margo for being such an active part of our Facebook soapmaking community — a special little box is being sent your way!

Margo’s Blog: Bearprint Soaps

Would you like your photo or project to be featured on the blog? Come join us for soap talk, contests and lots of crafty inspiration on Bramble Berry’s Facebook page and share a photo of your latest project. Your handmade soap might be next week’s feature! Do you have a full tutorial to go with your soapy project? Submit your recipe to teachsoap(at)brambleberry(dot)com to get have a chance of winning a $10 Bramble Berry Gift Certificate, click here for more details!

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  1. Margo Long says

    A-M, I am so honored (and totally surprised) to have my soaps featured as “Facebook Photo of the Week” on your Soap Queen blog. When I started to read the blog and scrolled down and saw my soaps I got so excited I yelled for my husband to come quick and look, I could hardly contain myself. I will give full credit to your quality products and your great tutorials, and video’s, without them I would not have had the courage to attempt making homemade soaps. Now I can hardly wait to make each new batch of soap! Also a great big THANK YOU to everyone for all your kind comments.

    • says

      Hi Margo!

      We were so excited to see that Anne-Marie picked your soaps to feature this last week and we just adored your fanciful and fun designs. Thank you so much for being an awesome part of our Facebook community and we can’t wait to see more from you. :)

      -Becky with Bramble Berry

    • says

      Good morning, Jennifer!

      We are so happy to hear that you enjoyed Margo’s soaps as much as we did. They really caught A-M’s eye and the rest of us totally agreed with her. I particularly loved the fun matching (blue and pink) colors. =)

      -Becky with Bramble Berry

  2. says

    Sly, I found Margo’s instructions for the cupcakes and the pearls are the Wilton Food pearls that you use for real cupcakes. Can be purchased where Wilton products are sold.

    • Sly says

      Thank you for the info Nancy. So if you actually use soap with these on, I assume you must need to remove them first?

  3. says

    Love the pictures of her soaps. The leopard soaps are beautiful. The one that really calls to me is the sun in the sky with clouds and dirt and grass. Absolutely beautiful and artistic. Margo is extremely creative and artistic. I am looking forward to the tutorial. Wish there would be one on the sun in sky and clouds.

    Thanks so much!

  4. Sly says

    I’ve seen those pearls (on cupcakes) on numerous soap photos. What are they? Do you carry them or can you recommend where to get them?
    Thank you! Looking forward to leopard print CP tutorial.

  5. Susan says

    This is absolutely FABULOUS and so “in” right now. Please do a tutorial for melt and pour!! I gotta do this!!
    Thank you so much!

    • says

      Hi Susan!

      Anne-Marie loved the leopard spot soap so much that she definitely decided to do a cold process tutorial for it. I’ll pass on to her that you would love to see a M&P version of it. Happy Soaping! :)

      -Becky with Bramble Berry