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« on: March 09, 2005 10:49:47 AM »

ive seen many an add for martha stewart do-it-yourself lip balm kits in her mags but i have one nagging question.. how the HECK does she get those designs IN the lip balm? some of them are striped (red and white for ex.) some have star inlays in different colors in them.. anyone have any ideas of how i would go about doing this?? would be very interested to know. the only thing i can think of is using mini cookie cutters but it would be extreamly hard to work that fast i think.. especially since lip balm solidifies very quickly.
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« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2005 06:33:16 AM »

You could make a batch of lip balm in a shallow container, and then cut the shapes out with a cookie cutter, place it in the lip balm container and then pour the 2nd color in.

ive seen many an add for martha stewart do-it-yourself lip balm kits in her mags but i have one nagging question.. how the HECK does she get those designs IN the lip balm? some of them are striped (red and white for ex.) some have star inlays in different colors in them.. anyone have any ideas of how i would go about doing this?? would be very interested to know. the only thing i can think of is using mini cookie cutters but it would be extreamly hard to work that fast i think.. especially since lip balm solidifies very quickly.
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« Reply #2 on: March 26, 2005 08:52:04 AM »

you could place the wee cookie cutter in the lip gloss container, then pour around it.  Then, when you can take out the cookies cutter without the lip gloss loosing it's shape, take out the cookie cutter and pour in the other color.
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