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Soap flowers and cupcakes

I made some cupcake soaps this week. It’s been a looong time since I’ve made any, and I was fretting about how to decorate them.

My very first soap cupcakes were decorated with non-soap, regular cake decorations. They looked pretty, but not really practical 😀

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I moved on to piping decorations with leftover soap from other projects. Much more appropriate for bathing with, but I still wasn’t happy with the result:

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So I had a root around Pinterest and found a tutorial for making soap roses here on the French SoapSession blog. I have a bit of French (but to be honest the pictures speak for themselves) so I gave it a go. I didn’t think to take any photos (oops!) as I made them but here’s what I came up with:

Picture 046As it turned out I felt my cupcakes looked good enough ‘naked’ this time, and so chose not to add any extra decoration:

Picture 048But I did use a couple of flowers on some ‘leftover’ soaps – so called because the bases were made from leftover cupcake batter (I’d run out the round cupcake cases and so dropped the leftover batter into a couple of heart shape moulds) and the tops were made out of leftover cupcake frosting (just glooped and swirled on top) I thought a couple of pink flowers would look cute on top. What do you think?

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  1. Those are absolutely gorgeous! Love the hearts, they are so delicate looking and the flowers on top are perfect.

    1. Thanks Monica! Just need a project to put them to good use now 😀

  2. Thank you very much for the link. Your roses are beautiful 🙂

  3. Looks good enough to eat! The cupcake with pink and white frosting looks like frozen yogurt. Now I want one! 🙂

    1. Ha, not as tasty as they look, sadly 😀 Thanks for stopping by!

  4. They look amazing! I could pass these off as mine 😉 xx

    1. Ha ha thanks! Sadly don’t taste as good as yours 🙂

  5. Holy Moley!! These are amazing!!

  6. is it possible to share how u made the pink and white frosting that looked like yoghurt. it looks so good.

    1. Hi Elaine. It’s just my normal soap recipe, but I colour half of it pink and half white with TD. Once it’s thickened up enough I spoon the white and the pink into the same piping bag. It’s just a standard star shaped piping nozzle. Hope that helps – there’s no real secret to it (though I think the lighting in the photograph adds to the effect too 😀 )

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