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1  Unscented Oatmeal CP soap in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by letusplay on: November 01, 2007 12:40:14 PM
My favorite "boring" soap Smiley
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2  Cappucinno CP Soap in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by letusplay on: October 16, 2007 08:13:38 PM
I haven't posted in awhile, so I thought I'd post my newest cold process soap.

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3  New CP Soaps in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by letusplay on: September 06, 2007 10:31:15 AM
Carrot Cake Soap (with pureed carrots as the liquid, vanilla FO, and cinnamon. SMELLS SO SO SWEET AND GOOD, I don't know how the sweet smell of carrots came through...) It was super crumbly after I pulled it out of the fridge. I like it rough looking, but most likely will clean them up.

Beer Soap-Scented with Orange and some musk HUGE BARS.

Unscented OMH

Sunflower Oatmeal

Ugly soap. It's more light pink in real life. With swirls of buttery yellow. Scented Apple grape. That batch was a disaster, but smells really good.

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4  Smore's Soap (First successful CP batch EVER) in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by letusplay on: July 12, 2007 03:40:53 PM
The title explains it all.

It's really sudsy and hard and yummy Smiley
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5  I forgot to post this after it was done in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by letusplay on: June 12, 2007 01:49:17 PM

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6  Gaudy/Tacky earrings and a lone necklace (img heavy) in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by letusplay on: June 12, 2007 01:43:37 PM

what do you think?
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7  Re: Post Photos of Your Tattoos! in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by letusplay on: May 30, 2007 09:22:35 AM

this was the day i got it done.
which explains the greasy redness.
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8  Pecan Paradise soap in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by letusplay on: May 29, 2007 07:20:00 PM

a vanilla cake layer, a vanilla pecan layer, a vanilla layer, than a cinnamon vanilla layer. yummy.

of course i messed up the cutting, and two of the bars from the middle of the pan are huge. plus they are thick to begin with.  oh well.  2 people will be very happy.
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9  Delicious Apple Cinnamon Tart Soap WITH TUTORIAL in Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects by letusplay on: May 25, 2007 08:40:05 PM

i love this.  It has 3 layers. A cinnamon graham "crust," then an apple cinnamon "filling," and then a layer of fluffed cinnamon vanilla "streusel." A drizzle of vanilla "icing" finishes it up.


You need:
white MP base. (I used almost a 2 lb block for this)
Apple FO
Vanilla (non-discoloring)FO
yellow coloring.
Rubbing Alcohol
Bowls, sifter, metal, whisk, butter knife, baking pan (I used 8x8)

First-cut MP into small, same size chunks, separate them into four pilesfor the four layers. You can make each layer as thick as you want, just make sure you don't use very much for the Icing.

Grease baking pan.  Crisco Works well.

1.  Melt MP in the microwave, stop before all of it is melted.
2.Swirl the bowl lightly to melt the rest of it.
3. Add sifted cinnamon until you get a "crust" color.
4. Add vanilla FO.
5. Pour into baking pan.  Spritz with Rubbing Alcohol to prevent bubbles.  Let sit while you do the next step.

1. Repeat CRUST steps 1 and 2.
2. Add a little cinnamon.
3. Add Apple FO
4. Add a LITTLE BIT of yellow coloring.
5. By this time you should be able to layer this mixture on top of the crust.  Spritz the crust with rubbing alcohol again, and pour the apple filling on top.  Spritz with Rubbing alcohol. Let firm.

1. Repeat CRUST steps 1 and 2.
2. Add TONS of cinnamon, and Vanilla FO.
3.  Let sit in the bowl.  When it starts to thicken, whisk the heck out of it.
4.  MOVE FAST-get the pan. Spritz the previous layers with Rubbing alcohol.  Glop the struesal on. Spritz. I sprinkled cinnamon on the top, which is just for looks, it will wash off immediately.  Let harden completely.

1. Repeat CRUST steps 1+2
2. Add vanilla FO.
3. Spritz layers.
4 Drizzle icing over the whole pan.
5.  Let harden.

This is my first tutorial.
It's probably confusing.
Ask questions, I really want you to get it.

I love baking, and this recipe stemmed from that.  It was really just a spur of the moment thing, and I did what I wanted.

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