Psychedelic galaxy warp

Dear all,

Today, I would like to show you my soap for the regular category of the soap challenge club for October 2019.

I have also tried the chevron and I succeeded, but I liked it a lot how these slanted layers turned. It was a bit tricky to keep the trace so liquid, but I succeeded with only a pour. I chose a black mica line to mark the layers and have worked with  neon colours.

The first layer has been made with neon yellow, white and neon orange, the second one with neon green, neon blue and white, the third one with neon pink, neon purple and white, the last one with "really red" from nurture soaps, gold and white.

I hope you like these soaps! I would like to thank my good friend Christina Biehl for giving me a very good piece of advice to make the picture. She also made herself the picture for the second single soap. I sent her a piece of the soap and she took the picture! Thanks my dear friend.

I would also like to thank Amy Warden and Helene for their great job! This has been a real challenge! and both of them have been so helpful! It is a delight for me to be part of the challenge club!!! It is a fantastic experience and I am learning really a lot!!! Thanks to you Amy and Helene!

The fragrance oil I used was perfect: Cucumber Gardens by Brambleberry.

Below, you will other examples of Chevron and slated layers I made:


  1. What a fabulous, psychedelic soap design!! The colors and patterns turned out really great, Eva! I'm very impressed with how many layers and colors you achieved with one batter. Congratulations!

  2. Liebe Eva,

    Diese Farben haben einen ganz besonderen psychedelischen Effekt❤️❤️❤️. Deine Idee hast du superschön umgesetzt und ich bin total geflasht von Kreativität und von der Seife! Ich fand die Advanced Technik auch ganz besonders schwierig und dann noch einen Swirl darin unterzubringen, großes Kompliment!!!

    Ganz liebe Grüße und ein wundervolles Wochenende

  3. I love the neon colors and your design.

  4. WOW! That is a psychedelic soap!

  5. Great job! I love your color choices. You got my vote, for sure!


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