Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Flowers and Soap in St. Louis!

I love taking pictures of my flowers and my soap....so why not take them together?
The flower above is an Endless Summer Hydrangea. This is its first bloom! They were planted last Spring, and about 2 weeks later we had a killer frost which severely damaged the plant and because of this, didn't produce any blooms.
Hmmmm...I wonder what soap I can use with these flowers?
Oh, the soap is called Tangerine Twist and it's handmade using the Cold Process method!

6 comments:

Baby Boss said...

The blue and green soap is beautiful. I am fascinated by the soap making process. I am going to have to dive into the science of it.

lieblingartcrafts said...

I love it! The flowers add to the idea of a pretty aroma :)

Paper Girl Productions said...

just beautiful!

theysaywordscanbleed said...

they are perfect together!

Arlene,
Puyallup flowers

Sue said...

It's obvious you take great pride in your garden as well as your soap-making.

The blue and green one is very cool. Very refreshing to look at. Oh, and I liked the yellow and grey one below, as well. It's different. Most people might not like the idea of grey soap, but I think it's cool!

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ThePeachTree said...

I would have never thought to put that flower and those soaps together but they look PERFECT!