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First time FULLY using my Misty Creek mold. ~CUT PICTURE ADDED~


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This is too cool to make 2 diff batches in one mold!

LOVE IT!

On the left is Sunflower and the right is Black Raspberry Vanilla.

Thanks for lookin!

I posted another picture of the soaps cut in half..there you can see the swirl...on post #15

Thanks!

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LOL well I dont know what you would do...since this is my first time....But the good news is..this is actually a 16 bar slab mold and thats just a divider in the middle..so Im sure I will use it lots to make full batches too.

I cant wait til morning!!!!

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Great looking batches! I'm looking forward to their cut pics too! :highfive:

I love this feature of these molds, but hardly ever get a chance to use it since my batches are sized for the entire mold.... Maybe this summer I can mess around with smaller batches. :cheesy2:

I do love the look of your soaps. The creamy yellow of the Sunflower...mmmm!

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So this mold holds 5 pounds of soap all together... So I used the divider and made 2 2.5 pound batches...But when i cut the soap..it was REALLY thick bars. Too thick like each one weighes 8oz. So I cut them in half.

When I did this is what the Black Raspberry Vanilla looks like!

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Hey Scented!

Its not turned brown at all..!!! I did read a post I think It was Grumpy Girl saying BRV did not brown.

OMGosh!! it smells delish!!

Thanks for lookin....Im almost done being a postin ho...my curing rack is almost full...lol

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