Check out our awesome new Aloha Molds. We have 7 new Aloha molds and our favorites, so far, are the Retro Owls and the Button Flowers.
I used our clear melt and pour and tested a brown, a yellow and a red liquid oxide concentrate. I liked how the colors turned out and no bleeding. Yahoo!. If you like these test colors you could try our Brown, Yellow, Red or Ulatramarine Pink Oxides.
Bramble Berry will for sure be adding the Brick Red Non-Bleeding Colorant pictured in the tests above.
These Owls were created by Bev, in packing. She saw mine and thought she could do better. I think we can all agree that Bev’s Owls are the winner. She used our Black, Brown and Yellow Oxides with White Melt and Pour Base. Bev used the clear melt and pour to achieve a true black (using black oxide and black mica) and also for the Sparkle Gold colored soap.
I absolutely love how the black owl turned out. Spooky and dark… though, it might be just dark enough to lather black. Using black oxide is tricky that way; if you use too much, it will create black bubbles in the tub.
To find step by step instructions on how to create Melt and Pour Soap, click here. For instructions on doing a double pour or layered soaps, check out the instructions on Teach Soap here.
Suds to Love says
I love the flowers… might have to get a mold to make some soapies for my niece, she would get a kick out of them.
Glad you like them! They were lots of fun to make and I know someone more talented than I could do a much better job!
Eat Well (was Teresa R) says
These are too cute!! My family of birders love them.