I have a new hobby: making bread using homemade wild yeast. It was not easy in the beginning, but once you taste this bread, you don’t want to go back to the bread bought in the shops, you just can’t! The taste, the hours you spent checking the yeast and the bread, all these emotions are difficult to describe with words! Not to forget the joy you see in your children’s eyes! Thanks to Codruta ‘s site and her advice, making bread has become a pleasure during the weekends.
And now, back to soap. Besides my obsession for homemade bread, I have to tell you about this natural ingredient I have been using a lot in soap( you have noticed it) and which has never dissapointed me: indigo. For every challenge which requires multiple colours, one of the colours is indigo :). It’s easy to work with, I just add at trace, direclty to the soap, …most often I got a dark blue, but I know you can also get lovely bright blue using it. (I buy mine here here, in case someone wants to know where I get it).
This soap was made for the ‘spoon swirl’ challenge hosted by Isabelle from ‘Elle bulle’.