Saturday, March 31, 2012

Soap Challenge 2 - Making Milk Soap

We are participating in the second week of Amy's Great Cake Soapworks Soap Challenge 2. The challenge was to make a milk soap.

Here is our video of the process:

Here is the finished soap log photo:

Sweet Pea Goat's Milk Soap Log
Here are the cut bars:

Michelle shot a photo in natural sunlight this morning so you can see it's a lovely natural pink shade.
Sweet Pea Goat's Milk Luxury Soap with organic clay

These soaps will be ready at the end of April. If you would like to pre order contact us at via email. They feel amazing and are so creamy. The combination of organic clay and goat's milk is amazing and the scent smells divine.  The scent is a light and refreshing floral with hints of jasmine, violet and Lily of the Valley set on a velvet musk background paired with a soft floral and a fresh twist. We've added our custom one of a kind floral essential oil blend and for a winning combination.

Two Blooms 


Amy Warden said...

It looks amazing!! I just love how creamy it is. I bet is smells wonderful too. :)

twobloomsdesignstudio said...


Thanks, hopefully you saw the video as we are uploading it again. Yes the smell is amazing.


The Soap Sister said...

Michelle this soap looks really nice! I happened to use pink clay in my goats milk bars too. However, unless there's some overnight MIRACLE mine won't look NEARLY as good! Nice work m'dear. :) ~Becky

Donna OShaughnessy said...

Pretty pretty pretty and very pretty

Tierra Verde Handmade Soap said...

Gorgeous,luxuriously creamy looking soap.Yum.

twobloomsdesignstudio said...

Thank you all my lovelies.


lwal50 said...

Really lovely soap, and I can tell will be a beautifully creamy soap to use, the fragrance sounds so sweet and pretty , x Linda

Pipestone Soaps said...

How Beautiful! Pink Clay is one of my favorite colors :)) ~Sacha

twobloomsdesignstudio said...


Thanks, I can hardly wait to use this one.


Thanks I was happy with the colour.