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« Reply #20 on: October 06, 2010 08:31:01 AM »

Nah, just used the Dirt FO straight out of the bottle into CP. Smells just like it did in the bottle...to my nose, anyway.    Undecided

I did add some finely ground up coffee grounds in the mix for exfoliating purposes.  Mind you, they were FINELY ground. I sort wished I would've used some brown-ish coloring too.  Just for the look of mud. But didn't. Maybe next time.  Smiley

Yeah, for the wine soaping I plan on boiling it down and freezing it before adding it.  I did that with the beer too.  The beer soap is curing right now so I haven't tried it yet.  Wink  Can't wait!

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« Reply #21 on: December 22, 2010 12:51:39 AM »

I love the Frankenstein one! So cool!

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« Reply #22 on: April 27, 2011 10:06:00 AM »

A soap with wine in it, how cool!  I've always wanted to try doing soaps, but its just a craft I haven't gotten into yet.  Knowing me it won't be far off, but hard to imagine another craft to fit into my tiny apartment.  I was cooking with wine yesterday and my husband was raving about the smell of it.  That got me thinking about wine scented things.  I thought of perhaps a wine scented candle, but soap would be awesome!  Knowing him he would end up bathing with it and walking around smelling like a drunk.  ^_^  Thanks for sharing your wonderful soaps!  You have some major craft mojo a'brewing in your brain!  Love it!


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