Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Chocolate Peanut Butter


I've only been a little crafty lately. Just a little. And that little bit is secretive for a baby shower, so I can't share it. So, instead, I'll show you some soap from my last soapmaking experience when Joe was out of town. Chocolate peanut butter soap. It smells like Reese's. I haven't made it in years, and I can't remember why. It smells so good. I just have to wait another two weeks until I can try it.

(The honey blossom and lavender soaps have completely cured, but I haven't tried them yet.)

15 comments:

Karyn said...

Oh my goodness. I bet it's amazing!!!! The others sound good too.

Hmmmmmm....didn't you also make some chocolate coconut soap?? How'd that work out for you???

SilverLining Designs said...

Those look absolutely yummy! You better make sure the kids don't chomp down on them. They look good enough to eat :)

nikko said...

Oh my -- it totally looks edible!

Cici said...

both you and karyn need to stop. i really really really don't need any more projects around here. but try as might i keep dreaming about soap making. so, where is your favorite site for recipes?

laeroport said...

Yum. Alright. Now I've got to go raid the candy drawer.

Heidijayhawk said...

my kids would be cussing all the time just to get their mouth washed out with soap like that! super cool!

Gail :) said...

While I would love the smell of the Reeses soap, I think the honey blossom and lavender sounds to die for :) Do you sell it somewhere? For some reason soap making intimidates me.

amandajean said...

I bet it smells wonderful! the chocolate mints stuff sure did.

Preppy Pink Crocodile said...

OMG- I bet that smells delish! It totally looks like fudge (though I am guessing it does not exactly taste like fudge). I don't know much about soap making and am curious to know what motivates you to make your own? Is it a hobby or more than that (as in, healthier for you than commercial soaps)? I am forever impressed with all that you can fit into one week and still have time to be a great moma to your sweet kiddos.

Lola...again said...

I'd eat it! I can't resist ANYTHING chocolate!!!

Cindy Is Crafty said...

Reese soap! I would never leave the shower. That is my all time fave candy!

atet said...

That soap sounds amazing, and the outfits you've been working on for Sawyer and Spenser are incredible. That cherry fabric? Yeah, Mommy needs a cherry blouse too :0). (and I would have been hiding the scissors as well when she started asking about the haircut)

Little Munchkins said...

How do you stop yourself from having a nibble of the soap. I thought it was edible until I read it was soap. Looks very yummy.

quenna said...

Yummy..I thought it was fudge at first :)

Chara Michele said...

oh my goodness, that sounds amazing!