Tuesday

Homemade Prim Soap

While looking at an old A Primitive Place Magazine I was intrigued with the Prim soap making instructions they had in the craft section. Well, I followed the simple directions and voila' super easy prim, grunge soap. I added oatmeal to the recipe and they sort of look like slices of old meatloaf.  lol
 My son was over for dinner and when he saw them in a bowl he stopped and looked at them and then looked up at me... The look on his face was priceless when I told him It was soap. I thought I would  post a picture.



XoXo
Michelle / Simple Pleasures

9 comments:

Cherry's Prairie Primitives said...

To bad you don't have a picture of the look on his face I would have loved to see that!!

Angie Berry said...

I almost made these but never did. They look great Michelle! That's the reaction I get from my family all the time when it comes to my primitive crafting, lol

Shirlee said...

I must admit I thought they were slices of coffee cake when I saw them on my dashboard photo ... lol! Congrats on making them!

Karen/My Colonial Home said...

Very rustic looking.
Do they suds up nice?
Karen

Anna said...

I used that same receipe not to long ago and mine looked like that also. I am glad that my family is not the only ones that looked at me kind of funny. I love people's reactions to certain things it makes a person chuckle. Great job with the soap there.


Anna

Kendra said...

My family is forever looking in the oven and they never fail to be surprised at what is in there...not the cookies thay are hoping for but things drying, clay, material, socks...you never know here!

Kendra

NanaDiana said...

LOL- Well, at least he didn't pick it up and take a bite before you told him what it was. It DOES look like meatloaf...a tad dry though...and no ketchup on top! xo Diana

My Primitive Creations by Tonya said...

LOL...looks Prim to me... You'll have to send me the recipe so I can make some soap meatloaf..giggle!

Have a great week!

Hugs
Tonya

The Gingerbread Gem said...

hi Michelle

I'm glad he didn't try to taste. ;-)

Goedele