I had a big day of soaping last week using bright bright LabColors and fruity fragrances. When I was done with my project I had 5 different containers of colored soap left over. Then the light bulb went off- Swirl it! I used the swirling technique from this Soap Queen TV episode and had no idea how my impromptu soap was going to turn out (I was just trying to use up my left over, colored soap in a timely fashion).
I unmolded my “masterpiece” and was tickled pink (and purple and blue and green) after cutting my first slice. It’s bright, colorful, happy and smells of fresh and fruity goodness!
Here are the LabColors I used if you want to make your own Rainbow Loaf: Brilliant Blue, Fuchsia, Canary, Tropical Purple, Green Apple. I poured a thin layer of white between colors and used Bramble Berry’s plastic Loaf Mold.The colors will most likely bleed over time and create more of a tie-dye effect but they’ll still be fun and it’s a great way to use up scraps.
Check out some other swirly melt and pour soaps for inspiration!
Thank you! I was pretty excited when I cut it. Here’s the link to the knife on Amazon http://amzn.to/cIXxB6
Terry Drosdak says
This is my favorite way to use up leftover soap scraps when my scrap box fills up. Love the colors in your loaf! I also second Christinea08, and would love to know who makes that pink knife! 🙂
I love your soap. I also love that pink knife. Where did you buy it from. I want one just like it.
Kia Paylor says
Great colors! It looks edible 😀
Mmm…looks like a fruity dessert!
Wah, very beautiful soap with all these colors! <3
Very delicious looking – like jelly and icecream.
Fairy Dust says
very fun! so bright and beautiful!
Gorgeous, love the colours!
Catherine Dreher says
Beautiful! How fun.
Maureen Carter says
Oh! I love it! Looks yummy! I so want some, but have no lab colors. 🙁 I should fix that soon.