Facebook Photo of the Week (May 10th ~ May 17th)

I’m so excited; this is the last Facebook Photo of the Week until Bramble Girl makes her appearance. She’ll be here this week =) This particular photo caught my eye for its stunning colors and marvelous execution of the design. And, I’ll admit some bias towards purple and pinks right now. Are you a fan of swirls? This one will inspire your next soapmaking session. Get ready to be wowed…

This colorful photo comes to us from Ashley at UniqueUseables. She said this was her latest (and most favorite) swirled soap she has created yet. It is scented with a blend of Lavender, Eucalyptus and Mint Essential Oils (from Bramble Berry) with a hint of musk, and she was absolutely thrilled how her peacock swirl turned out. I admire how her Peacock Swirl soap turned out (the fine texture and the flowiness of the swirls) and was impressed  that she stayed so true to original peacock colors. Want to learn the basic idea on how to make a peacock swirl? Check this video out! You’ll see that Ashley’s soap turned out way nicer than mine. Thank you so much for participating and being a fabulous part of our soapmaking community on Bramble Berry’s website. Keep your eyes peeled for a special little package.

Ashley’s Facebook: Unique Useables

Ashley’s Blog: UniqueUseables


10 Responses to “Facebook Photo of the Week (May 10th ~ May 17th)”

  1. Ashley says:

    Oh my GOD! Anne-Marie! <3 I can't believe it! I'm totally dumbfounded — thank you SO MUCH for picking my soap! I startled my husband when I saw the picture, I couldn't help but squeal! You guys are all insanely amazing, and I'm very grateful for your service at Bramble Berry. My soaps would never be the same without your quality products!

  2. Pam says:

    Love her soaps! Awesome..Thanks sharing her beauties:)

  3. Jenny says:

    Awesome! Congrats, Ashley! Love that peacock swirl, and the swirls on your other gorgeous soaps!

    • Good morning, Jenny!

      Thanks for stopping by, we always appreciate your comments. =) We just adored Ashley’s soaps and can’t wait to see what else she will be making in the future.

      -Becky with Bramble Berry

  4. Monica says:

    Congratulations to Ashley. I just started following her blog and not only does she make beautiful soaps, she’s very sweet as well.

  5. Sly says:

    I would love to see a toutorial on making a peacock swirl like this…. It looks like it’s throughout the entire soap, rather than just on top..
    I also love the swirls on the other soaps, and would like to learn how to do that.
    Thank you for the inspiration.

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