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1  More soap cupcakes! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by Ladybug Soapworks on: January 08, 2013 07:37:24 PM
This first one looks a bit like a Christmas tree, but that was not what I was going for.  The soap accelerated once I added my fragrance and it became almost impossible to pipe n the "frosting". It is scented with coconut lime verbena and I added a touch of shredded white soap to look like coconut.


This soap was much easy to pipe and the scent is black raspberry vanilla.
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2  Cold Process Soap Cupcakes! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by Ladybug Soapworks on: January 07, 2013 08:49:21 AM
Last night I whipped up a batch of dark chocolate raspberry cupcake soaps. This was my first time doing this type of soap. I had never piped soap like frosting before, but it was really no different than cake decorating. So fun! I plan to make some more today.  Cheesy
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3  Berries and cream CP soap in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by Ladybug Soapworks on: February 17, 2008 08:18:47 PM
I recently made a berries and cream soap that I thought you all might be interested in.  I made it using the cold process method.  Hopefully, the image will post.  This soap is made with coconut oil, olive oil, Castor oil, classic vanilla FO, sweet berries FO, and alkanet root powder for the coloring.  I like how the white portion of the soap is smooth and creamy and the purple part has a nice little scrub to it.

Since I am new here I can not post photos yet, but check the pictures out here: 
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