I believe this is my favourite challenge…because of its simplicity. I found the blue soap made by Amy so lovely that I couldn’t wait trying my own gradure colours soap. As for the previous technique I had to use colorants, this time I was content to use only natural ingredients. My first experience: red clay and carrotjuice scented with niaouli, as I wanted this soap to be a facial one. Maybe I should have started with a darker colour …What I like is the fact the colour changes from dark to light without seeing the layers.
The second trial was with activated charcoal and unscented. I have never used this miracle before, so I am pretty content to have my own facial bar made of charcoal.
Thank you Amy for having this opportunity of trying these lovely techniques.
Merci Gene pour le prêt des tampons!
21 Comments Add yours
C’est magnifique Natalia!
Tu peux être très fière de ton travail.
Sunt absolut superbe! Felicitări! Și ștampilele fac imaginea completă!
Iti multumesc Irina pentru vizita si comentariu!
I might just have to try charcoal and gradient too! Love how yours came out.
The charcoal soap is really elegant !
I love them both!!! You did a very nice job with these – lots of layers! The effect is stunning!
Natalia, your soaps are just beautiful, and love your stamp too. I have book-marked your site so I can come back and have a good look at all your soaps. Love them, x Linda
foarte romantica culoarea asta,privind-o parca as vedea un mal de apa…..apa trista,ingandurata,dar atragatoare.bravo!
Very lovely how the layers of colors almost tell a story! Beautiful!
WOW beautiful gradation!! great works !!
oh super tes savons !! ce coté rustique j’aime beaucoup .. avec les dessins ils sont magifiques…
They are both very pretty but my favorite is the red/orange. It looks GREAT!
They both are very pretty but my favorite is the red/orange. So pretty!
Ceux aux charbon sont superbes! Mais comment tu fais un si joli dégradé?
I am in awe! Your soaps are gorgeous! I’m glad I discovered your blog!
Magnifiques! J’ai un vrai coup de cœur pour le dégradé, superbe! 😉
oh oui trop beau j’adore
Tes savons sont vraiment Magnifiques Natalia :*