Spring and Autumn are my favorite seasons. I love all the colors, the smells, and the weather is nice. So I'm absolutely in love with these latest soaps.
|Pumpkin Shaped Glycerin Soaps in Autumn Breeze Original Fragrance.|
When I think of autumn, I think of warm apple pie, the smell of vanilla, and bonfires. So naturally, I included those fragrances in my latest original scent: Autumn Breeze. These newest soaps all feature that fragrance, but one thing I really love about my new molds for these fall soaps and the Christmas ones I'll talk about tomorrow is they let me play around with using multiple colors.
|Here's one of the first of the leaf soaps I made.|
They're glycerin soaps with the accents done in goat milk, so they stand out more. I played around with color combinations a bit, but I ended up liking the monochrome schemes for the autumn leaves the best. I made several in red, orange, and yellow.
|And here's how they look in the packaging.|
The accents were actually done in the molds. I added them using a dropper, which can be a bit tricky if your hands tremble, let me tell you. The first batch of leaves turned out just a touch blotchy, but I managed to get the hang of it the second time around.