Macedonia

This soap brings back nice memories of our last years trip to Macedonia. Sun, good food and the beautiful Ohrid lake. One of the most beautiful places I have ever seen.

Coconut oil, palm oil, olive oil, cocoa butter, sunflower oil, and cassia essential oil to scent the colourful memories about a country which could be located somewhere in paradise.

14 thoughts on “Macedonia

  1. Ti a iesit foarte bn, e identic cu steagul Macedoniei..:)acum Delia o sa uite pentru o perioada de kitty si o sa vrea sa se spele numai cu acest sapun:)

  2. Lovely sunny soap!
    I’ve never been in Macedonia but I see from your pic it’s a beautiful place there.
    What did you put for red color with?🙂
    xo
    Mika

    • Thanks Mika. Red clay with a little bit of colorant. I wish the red was more brightul, but it’s difficult to get it ( or maybe I had to use more colorant???).
      Groetjes

  3. Vai, ce frumos a iesit sapunul, cred ca ai muncit foarte mult pina ai confectionat forma pentru el, felicitari !

  4. Wow, what a gorgeous soap, Natalia! It is a work of art. Macedonia looks and sounds beautiful – this soap is a wonderful tribute to it.

  5. Hi Natalia,
    I’m Maja (pronounced Maya),I’m a Serbian girl,living in Macedonia.
    I’ve been seeing your comments on Ksenija’s blog and recently started to follow yours,cos I like your soaps. I’ve been soaping myself for a few months and I enjoy it as much as look at others’ work.
    I’m glad that you enjoyed Macedonia last year,hope you will come again. I don’t know if you visited Skopje,the capital and the place where I live,but if you didn’t, don’t miss it next time.It’s a place with a lots of sun,good places to go to and of course,good, delicious food in all seasons.
    I must say that I’d had some ideas about creating some soap inspired by the flag, but you did it perfectly. I will ask,you don’t have to share,how this soap was made. I reckon that red portion was added after having placed the yellow parts,but have no idea about yellows. They are so fit in.

    Best regards and keep that way!

  6. I’m Macedonian and i recently discovered that a numerous people from all over the world visited this beautiful “Mother of ours”, and all of them speak of her with such good words and share wonderful memories… come visit us again and soon. greetings from Macedonia, from a glad Macedonian…

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