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« on: April 26, 2011 12:34:27 AM »

Super belated but still super awesome Bath & Beauty Projects from Quarter 4, 2010!

These projects have been selected by you all, by hitting the "This Rocks" button when you see a rockin' project! In some cases I may have thrown in other projects which are wonderful but may not have gotten much attention the first time around!


The talented monkeystuffer shared some of the techniques she learned in her special effects makeup class with this amazing bride of frankenstein make-up




Delicious looking Donut Soap from prettysoldier77!  A way to have your donuts and stay on your diet at the same time Wink




This Silly Bands Soap Tutorial by Addicted to Soap is sure to be a hit with the kiddos! I don't really get the silly bands craze, but I guess I don't have to, as long as I keep buying them for my nephews, who love them Smiley




Check out these beautiful handmade Christmas gifts and madannevain17 and her fiance made. Scrubs in tins and jars and even packaged inside ornaments!




These pumpkin coffee soaps were Valledaisy's first attempt at CP soap. I'm not sure if I believe that, seeing as how wonderful her coffee swirl turned out!




Thank you to everyone who posted amazing projects during Quarter 4 of last year. Don't forget to hit "this rocks" when you see a project you think deserves to be featured!
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« Reply #1 on: April 26, 2011 08:50:40 PM »

YAY! This totally made my day Cheesy ... I've been having A LOT of FUN learning and making soaps this last six months. I've had a few bad batches experimenting with ingredients and additives but over all it's been awesome. I have not been able to duplicate that beautiful coffee swirl effect on larger bars Sad

I encourage everyone I know to step out of the box and try something different and I'm so glad I did with all this soap stuff. As I tell all my crafty friends don't fear the lye just play safe.

Thanks again for totally making my day Cheesy It was a great way to finish off my night. I spent the day making soap Cheesy I finally mastered black color without activated charcoal. Cheesy I can't wait until they finish curing and I can share more. Cheesy I'm so stoked Cheesy
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« Reply #2 on: April 27, 2011 10:46:07 AM »

Can't wait to see your new goodies Valledaisy! Grin
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« Reply #3 on: May 06, 2011 02:53:33 PM »

I myself have always wanted to try making soaps. My mother use to make them back in the day and as a kid they always looked so fun..  Thanks for taking me back hun Smiley
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