Soap Carving Patterns for Grandchildren

It is so interesting to look at the statistics for this website.  Like where all of my fabulous readers are from.  Like how many hits I get a  month.  Like how many of you are unique visitors and have never been to my site before.  (I guess that’s what unique means, huh?) And what you are searching for on my site.  (It’s almost scary to think of all of the information that gets collected about us on the Internet, isn’t it?

Guess what is the top thing searched for?  Patters for carving soap!  Who knew . . .

So, let me tell you what I’ve decided.  I’ve decided to get off my duff and make some patterns for my readers.

(I’ve searched the web and can’t find any!  I find that amazing.  You’d think that somebody out there somewhere would have some.  Maybe my searching skills are insufficient. . .)

Here’s the deal.  I’m going to make a few patterns and put them into a PDF file and have them available for all of my fine readers to download.  I’m going to have them posted by Friday.  As in this Friday.  March 5.  As in four days from now.  (How’s that for putting my feet to the fire??  After all, I wrote about soap carving with your grandchildren a mere 2 years ago.  My how time flies . . .)

Your part of the deal is to download the patterns, use them, and then give me feedback so that I can modify them and improve them if necessary.  Deal?  Good.

I’m making this goal public.  I figure that way, I’ll get it done.  I won’t put it off to do something more important . . . like checking for belly link and toe jam.

Friday.  That’s the day.

(Here are the links: Soap Carving Patterns I and Soap Carving Patterns II.)

10 thoughts on “Soap Carving Patterns for Grandchildren

  1. Becky

    Not a whole lot of help, I need patterns today not 5 days from now. Next time please put them up instead of saying your going to put them up. thanks.

  2. christina

    I am looking for some patterns to use for my soap carving project on 2/23/12. I could not find the ones you said you had posted.

    Thanks
    Christina

  3. Janet

    I’m trying to help my cubscout grandson do a soap carving to earn his whittling chit, but haven’t been able to access your patterns. Are they still out there?

  4. Racheal

    I am looking up wittling patterns none the less my bear cubscout and I are going to practice on soap bars with your patterns. Thanks

  5. Norma

    I am doing soap carvings with my cub scouts and have printed our your patterns to use. Thank you so much!

  6. Susan Adcox

    I went through a soap-carving phase back in junior high. I think my masterpiece was a rhinoceros. It was great fun then, and I bet my grandkids will think it is great fun now. Only the ones who are going to be the most gung ho are not to be trusted with knives!

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