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1  Coffin-shaped soaps ^,^ in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by veriria on: May 02, 2007 11:52:16 PM
I mold glycerin soap, and its soo much fun!  I have had extremely great luck in finding all sorts of interesting molds to play around with as well.  Skulls, hearts, bats, angels, coffins (my favorite!) and everything else in between.

I like trying to make real handmade soap as well, but there are cats in the apartment, and I'd rather be on the safer side -- so I just resign myself to the fact that I buy other people's handmade soap goodies Smiley  I like my glycerin soaps though because I give them out as gifts, and make great smelling soaps that sometimes can't be had with real handmade soaps.

Anyways, I don't have much in the way of pictures yet, but I do have a picture of one of my favorites to give away as presents Cheesy 

Sorry for not being able to post a pic right here, but I've fewer than ten posts Cheesy

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