Red River Fiber Arts … Making Rose Petal Guest Soaps

It’s nice to be back with the group again.  Boy, have I missed it!  Last week we decided that we would try making Rose Petal Guest Soaps this week.. So we did!

We all fell in love the little soaps.  This is Sonia dipping the petals in the clear, melted soap.  We used Cucumber/Melon scent and had a choice of red, mint green or pink petals.

In this pic.. on the right side … you can see the shiny rose petals that have been dipped and set out on the waxed paper to dry.

We welcomed Fran last week and she was back this week.  Fran is a volunteer at Texoma Medical Center and a terrific knitter.  Circling from Sonia at the counter is Pat B., Pat L., Fran, Barbara.. and of course.. me.  I’ve decided no one will ever know what I look like..even my children.. since its me that’s the photo hound..lol

I didn’t get a picture of the beautiful shawl that Pat L. is crocheting… but I will next time.. ;o)

Have a great day today and share it with friends.. even if it’s only in memories..

 

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About Linda S.

Retired Grandma living in North Central Texas and enjoying being able to spend my time with all my many crafting interests.
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One Response to Red River Fiber Arts … Making Rose Petal Guest Soaps

  1. Judy says:

    Well, praise the Lord! I managed to get in this time!

    Your soap gathering looks like so much fun!

    I hide from the camera, too…as often as possible.

    oxo Judy

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