Random Mold Drawing!

As I was sitting at my desk, I realized that I haven’t done a drawing for products for some time. I have 6 beautiful butterfly molds that were discontinued. The molds have three cavities and each cavity holds approximately 3.5 ounces. The dimensions are 3.5″ x 2.75″ x 1.25″. I wish I could keep one for myself, but that means I can’t share the joy of the beautiful molds!

I have a list of comments since May 7th until July 12th and I used a random generator to pick 6 comments as the lucky winners of these molds.

From Rainy on the Farmer’s Market Help for Bath and Body Vendors “How cute is that!!! I love the car freshner idea! I want some sheep!”

From bgmorse on the Coloring Blooming Bath Oils “Andee, that’s a beautiful bath oil! But I have a couple questions. What is it that makes it “blooming” instead of just bath oil? Also, is the Polysorbate 20 tel help the FO mix with the oil? Thanks, Bonnie in OR”

From Bonnie on the Blog Reader’s Challenge Questions Answered, Part 5 “I have this book and it is wonderful. I chose to make the recommended alcohol version of liquid soap. I struggled with knowing when the soap was at trace before I cooked it and probably didn’t stir it enough. Could you include a picture of what trace looks like? Thanks to you and all the MMS staff!! Love soap making and all things moisturizing.”

From patti_56 on the Hot Process Soap by jaspersgarden “Thank you kathy for sharing info on the difference between CP and HP! I can’t wait to try my first batch in HP.”

From Zany on the Blooming Bath Oils “Hi Andee, I just received a bottle of Rose Blooming Bath Oil as a gift — can’t wait to try it! I’d like to try making these as well. Unfortunately, my scale doesn’t weigh less than 1 oz. — so, if using a pipette, 0.06 oz. would convert to ??? ml? Thanks, Cee PS: I use my buckets to make up “master batches” of soap — my normal batches use 90 oz. oils. I make up a 5 X 90 batch and divide it between 5 buckets. My oils are then ready to go whenever I have time or get “the urge”.”

From littlehillsoaps on the Making Soap with Becky “Love the swirling! What was used to color the yellow and orange in the swirl? Was it oxides?”

Congratulations to the winners! I will be sending you an e-mail to get a shipping address to send you this beautiful mold!

Andee

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4 thoughts on “Random Mold Drawing!”

  1. I just received my mold today and I am so excited to use it! It is so pretty and my grand daughter loves butterflies! This was a perfect mold for us to recieve…. Thank you SO SO much!

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  2. Yippee! My mold arrived today and it’s beautiful. When I picked it up from the post office, the woman who handed it to me said, this is really light. I said, it’s a soap mold. And she asked, “for cold process or glycerine soap?” I immediately knew she was a soapmaker, too. We’re everywhere, we’re everywhere!

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    1. I’m glad your mold arrived to you safely!

      Wow! You really don’t know when you will run into another soaper!

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