Week 3 of the Color Palette Soap Challenge. Each soapmaker did a beautiful job with the colors and created unique designs. I am sure you will agree that these soaps are beauties. Great job to week 3 participants.
Jen Grimes, a teacher at The Nova Studio in California, made this stunning layered soap that looks like a mountain sunset using natural colorants. She explains how she created the colors, so if you are interested in duplicating them, you can see her instructions on Pinterest, click here.
Miranda of De Zeepkeuken & MirandArt created a striking layered soap. I love the dark lines between the layers to really make things pop. Check out the De Zeepkeuken & MirandArt blog, click here.
Cee of Oil and Butter created this adorable layered soap with fancy toppings. You'll note that each person's computer monitor will show the colors differently. Apply that to soap and you have a little variation in colors, hence the reason Cee's colors look a little different from Jen and Miranda's interpretations. Check out the Oil and Butter blog, click here.
I post all participant soaps on a Pinterest board each week so we have a library of palettes and soap inspiration to refer to for ideas and to ooh and ahh over! You can follow that board here.
You can link up your Fall Leaves swirl soap Week 4 photos tomorrow. Remember, the soap challenges are now 2 weeks plus 1 week to link up. You can join in on the fun anytime.
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