Thank you to Judith Ann from Sugar Island Treasures for sending us this fabulous photo of her Hummingbird soaps.
She is very artistic, having painted the Hummingbird photo in the back of the soaps and making the Hummbingbird soap to match. Using our Melt and Pour Tool Kit and the Milky Way Hummingbird mold, she made these wonderful Hummingbird soaps with the Non-Bleeding Red & Purple (mixed to make Fuscia), Green Patina Sheen Mica, Sparkle Gold and Merlot Mica. NOTE: The Hummingbird Mold has been discontinued. You may like the 6 Cavity Guest Bee Silicone Mold instead.
I am in awe of her artistry and the patience and vision required to make this beautiful soap a reality.
I just tried the link to the molds above and the link doesn’t work,
Here is the link that is correct now
thanks so much for your site, it’s awesome and has helped a beginner quite a bit.
Thanks for the heads up, the link is fixed now =)Glad to hear that you’re enjoying the blog!
Paula Kates says
Those soaps are BEAUTIFUL, so detailed and so authentic looking!
I agree – gorgeous – and very inspiring.
Thank you for your kind words! The scent used this time was White Tea and Ginger. I plan to use others as well.
Eat Well (was Teresa R) says
Simply gorgeous – both the painting and the soaps!
Wow, those soaps are beautiful! Thank you for sharing what colors she used to make them. What scent are they though?