Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Soap technique - Wall Pour

I will present some of my soaps which were made some time ago. These two batches of soap were created in November 2014 and were inspired by this beautiful soap by Jabones de Casa. Also, their design would not be possible without the help of Tatsiana steso who provided me with some valuable insights on how to make them. I call this soap technique the wall pour swirl.

The first one is scented with Brambleberry's Cranberry Fig:
Soap technique - Wall Pour




Soap technique - Wall Pour
new soap technique - Tall & Skinny Shimmy

 
The second soap is Black Vanilla:
soap technique - Wall Pour - Tall & Skinny Shimmy
 

22 comments:

  1. They are beautiful. You may have received instructions but you were able to apply them with maestria and to chose beautiful colours! You are very gifted!

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    1. Thank you very much, Madame Propre!

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  2. Ленаа! Что-то я второе мыло на форуме проглядела... А первое чудо как хорошо.
    Вот ведь каков мой английский, прочитать могу, а написать ну никак ))))

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    1. Ирина, спасибо большое! Я оба мыла выкладывала на форуме в одном и том же сообщении, т.к. делала 2 батча из одного замеса. Просто ванильное за это время еще сильнее потемнело, я только недавно перефоткала, практически 10 месяцев спустя...
      Прочитать можешь - это уже здорово! :)

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  3. These are absolutely stunning, I love the colours and the definition of the first one. This is something I have wanted to try for a while and you have inspired me to give it a go!

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  4. So beautiful soaps. Congratulations! I hope you like mine. :)
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jabones-Naturales-Batsheba/156402864457078?sk=photos_stream

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  5. Ооо, Лена, как же похорошело ванильное мыло! Глаз не оторвать! Лепота!

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    1. Спасибо, Света! Я собираюсь его переделать по такому же принципу.

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  6. Hello! Beautiful soaps. I have been following your blog for quite some time, long with Tatiana's blog. I am reaching out to see if you can give me some insight with the wall pour technique.

    Is the log mold flat when you pour along the wall? Or tilted. Do you pour along both walls at the same time? I am going to attempt this today with my own theories and let you know how it goes:) If you have any time, I can also be reached at zaidat at me dot com.

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    1. Thank you Zaidat! I would be very curious to see your variation of this technique - you make wonderful soaps.
      Tatiana has prepared a video tutorial for this soap technique, it will be featured on the next soap challenge organized by Amy Warden. It explains all the process of making such a design.

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  7. Such amazing choice of colour really makes the Art of the soap, is there anywhere i can find a tutorial on how this is done Jelena?

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    1. Thank you! I know only about one video-tutorial on how this is done. Tatiana Steso has prepared it and it's featured on the current soap challenge organised by Amy Warden of Great Cakes Soapworks

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  8. Wonderful hands! I tried this technique, but I failed. Pasta desapun was strengthened and I could not draw. Can you give a prescription to go to secure for this technique? Thank you very much! I am following you!!

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