Soap Challenge: the "Clyde Slide"
I have been fiddling around with the “Clyde Slide” technique for the September “Great Cakes Soapworks Challenge”. These pics are of my efforts, and I have a problem choosing which one to enter. I like the laughing man, but the 3rd in line has unusual feathering. Then there is the red, green and black one, and the lighting rod in the first pic. Damn, can only choose one.
They are all made with Olive, Coconut, Palm, and Avacodo Oils, with 4% superfatting. I used Earth Red, Hydrated Chromium Oxide, Black Oxide, Ochre Yellow, and Titanium Dioxiode pigments. Since these have to cure awhile, they might not appear on my festivals table for sale until November, or mid October at the earliest.
9/18/2015 06:25:23 pm
These are really cool, Kate!! I love how you got some "mustache" swirls in your entry soap. I had a couple of those in my soap too! Really great job! Hope they sell well at your festival! :)
Leave a Reply.