In 2009 we went to Croatia and by accident we stopped in Neum, a sea-side resort in Bosnia Herzegovina. We loved it so much that we stayed more than a week instead of the initially planned 2 days. We went back last year to discover more of this beautiful country.
Back to this soap and his colors: I am really proud to announce that this blue comes from Methyl blue which I have been looking for with so much curiosity! I have read that the color doesn’t hold in time, but I am really pleased to test this natural colorant which is also considered to be a disinfectant. For the yellow part, I used bee pollen which we all know that it’s a super food. Thank you all for your answers, I knew it would be piece of cake for Maja..or Gordana.. or Ksenija :).
P.S. Soap made for the challenge ‘Les Pays du Monde’ organized by Raphael .
Thanks Raphael !
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ce bine arata , super …ca un stegulet !!!!
Merci Amalia, asta am si vrut de fapt 😉
Grea ghicitoarea pentru mine, dar sapunul arata foarte fain 🙂
Wow that is gorgeous! I love how brilliant that blue is, and the stars add such a wonderful dimension to the entire soap.
I really admire your persistant pursuit for natural coloranrs. I thought they were indigo and turmeric powders. Now,you made me curious about these ones. And what were the colorant you had used in your ‘Macedonia’ soap?
Ah, so that’s what you were working on! What a beautiful soap, Natalia. The blue is so pretty! It sounds like Neum is a wonderful place!
As I already said you always surprise me with your innovations regarding usage of natural ingredients and colorants. This soap is so unique; you did a grate job Natalia!
Additionally, I really like new design of your blog!
Natalia,ai facut un sapun foarte frumos !
Absolutely gorgeous! I’m so glad you were able to give tribute to them through soap. =)
Wow Nat, that blue is stunning! Great job…love the little stars!!!
The stars are so cute :o)
Here is my comment for the most genious creator of soap I know.
Natalia, superbe savon ! Bravo !
J’adore ce bleu avec les petites étoiles blanches.