Experimenting for Soap Dishes

January 22, 2011 § 1 Comment

Recently, handmade soaps have made an appearance in the bathroom at home. They smell delicious, clean and non-toxic. I think what my skin enjoys the most is the totally natural scents (no perfume yay!) and natural ingredients. And now, on behest of Christine who makes KalleoSoaps, I’ve tried making some more soap dishes in new designs.

So I tried soap dishes with drainage holes, using my trusty mooncake mould to make some patterns:

And then used some pressed-in lace to form the pattern decoration on this one (it’s got four low feet to lift it off the surface):

And then went crazy with textures (but no drainage holes) on these. I’m still testing these out to see if they drain sufficiently to be practical:

This one is super simple… just grooves that will definitely drain well:

And just for kicks, a round flower-silhouette dish:

It’s all a work-in-progress… but I’m hoping she likes them 🙂


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