Of course we did!!!!
HAHA! Good, those pictures were a pain in the ass to make :)
I love your pictures, they tell such great stories of you, your life and your family. We just all had to jump in with our woes and forgot to say, we love what you are doing.
Hi Tracey! Beautiful! Thanks for sharing, as always!Did you see http://ncclayclub.blogspot.com/2014/07/tibetan-potters-at-odyssey-asheville-nc.html ?
MH- xoxoHey Phily, I did not see this, thanks!
gosh, your soaps are all so beautiful. love the many different shapes.
Thanks Cindy, enjoying the process!
You posts have inspired me! I got some soap books from the library and a video. Soap making looks like fun! Love those soap balls! I found a recipe for a nag chompa soap in one of the books so that will be the first one I attempt which will probably be not till after I put my and my daughter-in-laws garden to bed in the fall. I'm now dragging Jim to charity shops to look for possible soap making tools. Where are you buying your supplies?
Hi June: with the way you like to test glazes, I'm sure soap making will be really fun for you, it's all about testing! If possible I would encourage you to find a workshop to take. I tried the online video route but found it much easier for me to learn visually with a real person. She had some very helpful hints. If not, the youtube videos are fine, just a little more complicated to follow. the internet is full of soap making supplies, just google it and find what you like personally. I have found some things at Whole Foods too. Thrift stores are great for the tools you need and lots of mold ideas. Good luck!
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