Monday, October 27, 2008

Fall soaps that smell like pumpkin pie




Pumpkin soaps that smell like pumpkin pie


I make these little pumpkin soaps for a client. She has four bathrooms and has them decorated with apothecary jars filled with these little conversation pieces during Thanksgiving ! She reckons that if the kitchen has a pumpkin pie aroma, then why not the bathrooms as well! I bought the " pumpkin pie" fragrance from an on-line soap company in Seattle. These soaps are packed with olive oil, goats milk, shea and cocoa butters and weigh 3oz each.

Enjoy!
nazarina@karston.com


I would like to take this opportunity to wish all my readers who celebrate Diwali, to have a joyous one!!!

Nazarina A

42 comments:

Jo said...

These are adorable Nazarina! You sure are a Jack of all trades! I love the smell of pumpkin pie. I'll be making them for Thanksgiving!

They are a very nice decoration for the fall holidays. I'm sure your client loves them! I alway think soaps like these are too pretty to ever use! :)

Snooky doodle said...

wow these are so cute. WELL DONE.

ochikeron said...

So do I. Like jo, I can't use these cute soaps forever!!! So beautiful!!!

How long does it take to make those? You really make these from scratch? I can't imagine how!!! Amazing!!!

Darius T. Williams said...

Aww -t hese look great. I could use a few of these!

-DTW
www.everydaycookin.blogspot.com

CECIL said...

My oh my!! I love your entire blog - so beautiful and creative. If I come across such pretty soaps in my friend's bathroom, I may steal it! :D

meeso said...

They are so cute! The smell of pumpkin pie is the best!

Pam said...

What a clever and creative idea. I love the smell of pumpkin pie and these would look adorable in any bathroom or kitchen. Great job!

Reeni said...

Those are great! They look so real. That has to be one of my favorite scents. If I saw one of them I might try to cook it!

The Food Hunter said...

They are really cute. There's an award for you on my blog. Please stop by when you get a chance.

Erica said...

You made these? Thats incredible! I am so jealous. I have 0 artistic talent! Great blog girl!

HangryPants said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog ... now I know about yours. Such fun. Into the google reader you go!

Cakebrain said...

I've always wanted to make my own soaps but was afraid of all the caustic qualities of the process. The pumpkin shapes are so adorable! your blog is so inspirational!

Helene said...

What a great idea. I'd love that also.

mikky said...

wow... they are so cute... very nice indeed... :)

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow they look awesome dear. They look very real. GOD had gifted you with awesome talent. Mashallah. I left mail to you some days back. Did u check it?

Katherine Aucoin said...

Wow you are a multi-talented woman. The soaps look great and I love the pumpkin pie aroma.

Kelly-Jane said...

You made the soaps, wow! They are very pretty!

You have a wonderful blog :)

ChocolateCoveredVegan said...

You MADE those?! Wow, that is awesome!

(I love soaps that smell yummy... the one I'm using right now is Mexican-chocolate!)

Anjum said...

hey nazarina..how do u make those gorgeous things???,...ur really talented!!!!....they r awesome...i wish u can teach all of us to make soaps....

Cakespy said...

These are so adorable, and Pumpkin pie scented to boot?? Awesome!

Girl Japan said...

Hey BFF = ) you are truly beautiful in all that you do! I can not imagine how long it must have taking to whip those up, mold them, but the smell of pumpkin spice is the powder room, fabulous idea. They are adorable Nazarina!


Have you ever met a guru before? It must be a fabulous day, "The Festival of Lights"? Is this holiday mostly celebrated throughout India?

I am always thinking of you = ) We should do a swap sometime, I can send you some goodies from Japan!!!

Tny said...

Hello sis.. how ya doin?

Errmm.. u make the pumpkin soap or u bought it? BTW.. they are look nice.. feel like.. wanted to bite it!!

I miss reading ur resepi..owh.. d'u have something simple (for me) to try? ;)

Yasmeen said...

Pumpkin soaps look so cute ,you amaze me with your lovely creations, Nazarina.
How much do they cost?,Olive oil sure is pricey these days.

Heart of Rachel said...

Those are beautiful. I can imagine the bathrooms filled with that wonderful fragrance.

Thanks for visiting my blog.

Gloria Chadwick said...

Your soaps are so adorable! They look like the real thing. Thanks for coming by my new blog. :)

Bunny said...

These are so cute! You are very talented! Thanks for stopping by and saying hello!

Teresa Cordero Cordell said...

Nazarina, what a joy it is to view you blog. I love all of your creations. Your pumpkin soaps are absolutely precious. And kudos to you my friend on the chocolate martini glass. What a smart idea. I haven't seen this mold. Did you order it online? I'd love to know your source. It's hard for me to find such great items of this nature where I live. Great job.

Live.Love.Eat said...

Hi there! Thank you for coming by! I am loving your blog and can't wait to keep peeking around. You are going on my blogroll!

Pumpkin said...

Oh my god! Those are sooooo freaking cute! I would buy enough to last year round!

Nazarina A said...

Hi Teresa Cordero,
I love your blog too! My e-mail is Nazarina@karston.com. E-mail me here and I shall give you some sources. I also mold many of the 3D molds myself.

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Kitchen Flavours said...

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Jaya said...

Naz,
They look absolutely stunning and on first glance I thought they were real LOL...
Hugs and smiles

SweetBites said...

Hi Nazarina, another awesome project to thrill us. As Jo mentioned, u are indeed a Jack of all trades & ur creativity is boundless.

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Wow, they are so pretty and look like real pumpkins...

Cheers,

Rosa

A World in a PAN said...

Beautiful result! What's up for Christmas? Pine scented tree shaped green soaps?

Dawn said...

Oh I just love it when you make these soaps; I never know what's coming next. Fabulous!

ROXY said...

Oh, how cute I love these little pumpkins!! Thanks for sharing:O

ROXY said...

Oh you will be in my prayers and I'm so sorry! Being an animal lover, I can only imagine how difficult this must be for you! You and you pet will be in my thoughts and prayers.

MamaFaMi said...

Wowwww your work of art is just awesome!

n33ma said...

wow, those dont look like soap.....so beautiful and you are so talented.

MaryBeth said...

The soap is awesome, I would love to have one or two in my bathroom also.