This is just a tiny, intseee, weentsee little batch (one pound) I brewed up yesterday. I wanted to see how this technique would work for a project I have in mind. I like it! Yeah, there's a few flaws here, but the effect is so nice that I'm going to definitely be working with this some more. I hope you likey too!
Sincerely and ever yours,
I've been busy. It's been a happy busy. The chamomile extract is finished and comfrey extract is on it's way. I've got more planned too, like calendula and green tea and nettle and whatever else may tickle my fancy for the moment. And I've been experimenting with a couple of new pouring techniques.
These are gradient color pours - the one on the left is Cucumbers & Melons, and the one on the right is Eukalyptus Spearmint. I'm so proud of myself! And they smell fabulous, darlings, fabulous!
This one here is my Summer Melons Spritzer with a faux funnel pour. Big learning curve here for me. We did battle. It was fierce and... well, I'm not sure I won. But I could smell this gorgeous fragrance all day long. It just packs that mmmMMMM!! factor in a big way. Deee-lish!
Ana lives in a desert in the Big Horn Basin of Wyoming with her husband, a ginger-headed daughter, a son, and stinky dog Ana loves creating stuff and sharing her creations. Alas, she's not so great at writing in third person. Ah, well...