Silver Spruce is what walking through a cold, snow-covered White Spruce forest smells like – notes of White Spruce are mixed with supporting notes of Blue Spruce and Walnut Tree. The fragrance also has a sprinkling of Cranberries and Hollyberries blended perfectly with notes of Tree Bark and Sap. This complex blend comes off as a sophisticated forest fragrance without wilting at the end.
To create a fun embedded tree soap, use a basic rectangle mold to create a thin layer with clear base colored to your liking. Cut out a tree, place the layer face-down back into the mold with a wet layer of clear soap at the bottom. Make sure to spray with rubbing alcohol so everything sticks together, and back it with white base. Not sure how to free-hand a tree? Start by slicing a line down the center and cut triangles, smallest at top, halfway down and leave the bottom as a line for the trunk. The key to making it look original and tree-like is by adding smaller slices to the triangles to create additional branch shapes. Have fun!