Thursday, February 28, 2008

Blue Champagne Bubble Rubble

I made a new Bubble Rubble the other night at a customers request. Blue Champagne. Hmm. Sounds fun, so off to work I went with blue champagne dancing in my head. It smelled wonderful as I was hand mixing it like kneading dough, but blue dough.





It cured for two days and I completed the packaging so it could go out to Chicago for a new customer. The Bubbs are cute and very colorful. I use soap colors and fragrance oil to get this look and smell - Champagne! It has grown on me. I wasn't sure I was crazy about it, but it is unique and bubbly, like my Bubble Rubble!







I made extra to see if people would like it on our website, so I have 4 extra. First come first serve!

9 comments:

Trisha in Portland said...

I really didn't think that Champagne would smell like very much, but when I first got my BB Champagne and took a whiff, I loved it!

Heidi said...

That looks so cool. I've never heard of solid bubble bath before. I'm kinda new to all the different natural body products out there.

Anonymous said...

i was amazed by your champagne crush on you! when i ordered the valentine's set i was kind of skeptical about the smell, since presumably they're no essential oils for sparking wine the way there are for some of the other scents. but you totally nailed it!

i love the blue bubble rubble! it looks adorable.

LoveMichie said...

Oh wow!! I can almost smell it. Looks fantastic :)

Joanna Schmidt said...

I'm glad you like it! It is very pretty. Who is BB, trisha? Brambleberry, Bath and Body Works?

ShadesOfGrey said...

I don't do baths, normally, but this sure is tempting. I love, love, love the champagne scent. The kids are fighting me for the computer right now, so I'll have to check PB later and see if there are any left. :)

Trisha in Portland said...

Brambleberry... just love Ann-Marie's fragrances.

Henna said...

That is so cool!

Anne-Marie said...

Love the look of this - the packaging is very good. Your designer did a great job. =)