Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Finished Soaps



                       And here are the soaps I made yesterday. All cut up and on the drying racks.




                                                        The top soap is the peppermint.

                                                 The bottom is the tea tree castille soap.






                                     The top in this picture is the cedar-saffron. It smells so good!


                                    Then in the middle is the clarey sage-rosemary goat milk soap.


                                                               Then the plain goat milk.
 And these are the little tiny clarey sage-rosemary soaps from the candy tray mold. They look big but they aren't at all. They actually look like white  fudge. I'll have to make sure no one tries to eat these!

            Not I have to wait at least 4 weeks for all to dry except the castille. It takes up to 3 months to dry.

4 comments:

White Sheep Farm said...

Wow Kris,
That is a lot of soap! That is something I hope to do more of this year.
Today, I have Cheviot on the drum carder.
Stay cool.
Teri

SweetLand Farm said...

mmmmmmmmm love home made soap! i'll bet it smells gooooooooood!!

Kris said...

Teri, I would love to be doing what you're doing. But it's way too hot to be playing with wool right now! I still ahve 3 bags of raw wool sitting right here that needs washed and carded and spun. Have fun!

Kris said...

Yes, it does smell good in here. I love fresh soap. Can't wait for it to be ready for market.