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Monday, March 9, 2009

Here's the deal, if you can guess how this Soap of the Day was made, we'll send you one pound of soap of your choice. Can you guess what we used and how we made the layers? Click here to see it in our shop!

12 comments:

marcodesigns said...

first off I love your soaps! This is a cool soap too- reminds me of a dartboard...I'm guessing you used the bottom of a large juice container, and the top is actually the first layer poured. starting with the a small round ring mold (no top or bottom) pour blue, let set. remove mold. next use a larger round ring, pour white beside blue. Using same mold, (once wht is set, pour red over blue and wht). Red ring is made using smaller juice container ring than the overall mold. carry on with layers until you reach the final white layer. Am i close? Colleen

soapwish said...

Good guess, but....no, we didn't use a juice container. It's something that you wouldn't find in a kitchen. :-) What you came up with would work so it was a great try! Thanks for the compliment about our soaps!!

Brigette said...

I am going to take a guess. I think it is some kind of hub cab or cover for a wheel???? The only think I can't figure if it is that how you would have gotten it out. I am probably way off base.

soapwish said...

Hi Brigette! Another great guess...but no, it does look hubcapish but it's not. Here's another hint....you can find it in a hardware store. :-)

Jana said...

It looks like a gear.

marcodesigns said...

I love a challenge! my next thought is using the lid of a pressure cooker as your mold, BUT you said you wouldn't find it in a kitchen :( Might just have to take a trip to the hardware store and do some browsing...I hope you'll end the suspense for us eventually!

soapwish said...

Wow, good guesses all around, but not the right one yet! It's definitely worth a trip to the hardware store.....you're getting warmer with "lid" type of thing. :-)

marcodesigns said...

I just can't let it go....is it made from a garbage can top/bottom?

Brigette said...

I have another guess. The plastic cover that we put at the base of a planter to collect water???

soapwish said...

Wow, really, really close Brigette. Okay, do you want to know?

Brigette said...

Close but no cigar. Yes, please tell. I have been very curious.

soapwish said...

Okay, the man used a gallon paint can drip catcher lid thingy as the mold. I promise I will pick one up the next time I'm at the hardware store and post a picture of it. He tossed out the one he used after he made the second soap. Thank you for all your great guesses!

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Monday, March 9, 2009

A Soap of the Day Contest


Here's the deal, if you can guess how this Soap of the Day was made, we'll send you one pound of soap of your choice. Can you guess what we used and how we made the layers? Click here to see it in our shop!

12 comments:

marcodesigns said...

first off I love your soaps! This is a cool soap too- reminds me of a dartboard...I'm guessing you used the bottom of a large juice container, and the top is actually the first layer poured. starting with the a small round ring mold (no top or bottom) pour blue, let set. remove mold. next use a larger round ring, pour white beside blue. Using same mold, (once wht is set, pour red over blue and wht). Red ring is made using smaller juice container ring than the overall mold. carry on with layers until you reach the final white layer. Am i close? Colleen

soapwish said...

Good guess, but....no, we didn't use a juice container. It's something that you wouldn't find in a kitchen. :-) What you came up with would work so it was a great try! Thanks for the compliment about our soaps!!

Brigette said...

I am going to take a guess. I think it is some kind of hub cab or cover for a wheel???? The only think I can't figure if it is that how you would have gotten it out. I am probably way off base.

soapwish said...

Hi Brigette! Another great guess...but no, it does look hubcapish but it's not. Here's another hint....you can find it in a hardware store. :-)

Jana said...

It looks like a gear.

marcodesigns said...

I love a challenge! my next thought is using the lid of a pressure cooker as your mold, BUT you said you wouldn't find it in a kitchen :( Might just have to take a trip to the hardware store and do some browsing...I hope you'll end the suspense for us eventually!

soapwish said...

Wow, good guesses all around, but not the right one yet! It's definitely worth a trip to the hardware store.....you're getting warmer with "lid" type of thing. :-)

marcodesigns said...

I just can't let it go....is it made from a garbage can top/bottom?

Brigette said...

I have another guess. The plastic cover that we put at the base of a planter to collect water???

soapwish said...

Wow, really, really close Brigette. Okay, do you want to know?

Brigette said...

Close but no cigar. Yes, please tell. I have been very curious.

soapwish said...

Okay, the man used a gallon paint can drip catcher lid thingy as the mold. I promise I will pick one up the next time I'm at the hardware store and post a picture of it. He tossed out the one he used after he made the second soap. Thank you for all your great guesses!

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