Tuesday, September 18, 2012

CPSC Spotlight - 2 - Street Tones

Week 2 of the Color Palette Soap Challenge  - Each soapmaker did a beautiful job with the colors and created unique designs.  Great job to week 2 participants.  Trust me...working with color isn't as easy as you think.

Eileen of Simple Pleasures Handmade Soap (located in Canada) decided to try another peacock swirl with dark and light teals of the palette plus white.  I love the swirl effect.  Check out the Simple Pleasures Handmade Soap blog, click here.

Jen Grimes, a teacher at The Nova Studio in California, made this lovely tri-colored layered soap.  She explains how she created these pretty colors, so if you are interested in duplicating them, you can see her instructions on Pinterest, click here.
Miranda of De Zeepkeuken & MirandArt (located in the Netherlands) chose to use a grey and teal look with a hint of a dark line.  I love the effect.  Check out the De Zeepkeuken & MirandArt 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 now link up your Spiced Palette, Week 3 soap photos. 
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  1. Hi Erica,

    Where can I link up my Spiced Palette, Week 3 soap photos.

    Best regards,

    Miranda (de zeepkeuken)

  2. You can post the Spiced Palette here http://bonniebathblog.blogspot.com/2012/09/cpsc-link-up-3-spiced-palette.html


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