Monday, June 10, 2013

Soap Challenge - Peacock Swirl

Today is the day of the Soap Challenge BIG reveal.   I planned the color design of my peacock swirl soap around the fragrance used which is Cranberry Fig from Brambleberry.   I used an inspiration by Design Seeds color palette.  I love these books.  They are extremely inspirational for determining color combinations for decorating, painting soaping, etc.

Colors in the palette were dark green, dark purple, light purple, white, light green and cranberry red, in that order.

This is the organized items to make the soap.  My hair picks comb must be hiding behind my rooster.

Here is the first layer pour.
This is after the soap has been swirled.

The following is the Peacock Swirl Soap.

Another picture.   As you can tell photography is not one of my strengths.  : ) 

This was a great soap challenge and my first time to make the peacock swirl and to participate in a soap challenge.   Thank you Amy for breaking me out of my shell.

I can't wait to see all the other entries.   I hope everyone had as much fun as I did.   

Have a blessed week.


  1. So pretty, Nancy!! I have yet to try the design seeds palettes - I keep seeing so many great colors from there. Especially your soap! :)

  2. Love how this turned out. :)

  3. i'm ready for Christmas candy canes now

  4. I love the colours, they remind me of autumn. Your dense swirls are pretty.

  5. I love the colors, I think they help me smell your soap. great job.