I used a ten inch loaf mold for these and cut horizontally through a mica layer to get the marbling. The gray and light gold marbling was an in the pot swirl. I wanted the first layer thick to be able to have lots of bumps and get a really uneven mica layer to cut through. I used Sweet Rain FO from Mile High Soap specifically because it was labeled as greatly increasing acceleration. It definitely did! It also riced a bit on the first half and resulted in a few bubbles/cavities.
Grate and Squish Rocks
These were made with my three year old. We grated part of three previously made soaps, sprayed with water, and swished together. Easy and fun! I would chop the white bits next time as they were grated thicker. The two browns were grated with a micro plane so very thin.
These are inspired by Colorado River rocks and Red Rocks Amphitheater. I made 4 different colors, all very close, and used an in the pot swirl into a rock mold. Scented with Oduh Wood from Nurture Soap. I did no cleaning up or shining on these to keep the natural look.
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Turquoise Snazzy Rock Soap
My initial idea for the marble was to make turquoise until it was determined that it had to be naturally occurring marble. I was so excited that I could do it when the snazzy rock category was introduced! I used a similar technique to the marble with an accelerating fragrance and mica between 4 layers. I tried to make little mountains to get the round gold deposits like in my inspiration soap.