Sunday, 3 July 2011

Soap Log Splitter


Thanks to my Dad!!!! Look at the beautiful Soap Log Splitter that he made from scratch for me!! Now I just have to get it back to Spain and try it out!!

And Happy Belated Canada Day!!!! This is a photo of my cousin's backyard just before the Canada Day celebration bonfire and fireworks.




xo
Jen

16 comments:

Tierra Verde Handmade Soap said...

A most excellent cutter you have there eh'. Enjoy it!It will make life soo much easier. Have a great visit with your family too.

Alegría Mediterráneo Soap said...

Happy Canada Day !

twobloomsdesignstudio said...

Jen,

I love your log splitter. I love the lawn chairs too. Looks like you had a excellent time.

Michelle

Coco said...

Happy Canada Day! Hope you had a wonderful time.

Heirloom Natural Soap/The Soap Sister said...

Sweet! Your dad did a super job -will you show us pics of it "in action" when you get back? "Pretty please?" Happy (belated) Canada Day my dear! :) ~Becky

Jennifer Young said...

Thankyou Becky, Cocobong, Michelle (Two Blooms), Michele (Tierra Verde) and Alegria! Thanks for the nice comments. Maybe I will try out a video when I get back to Spain using the log splitter! If not, at least photos. Happy Independence Day! I am heading into a provincial park with Dad and my daughter for 4 days of camping and canoeing.... leaving in a few minutes so will be out of commision with the computer. Take care all!!! xoxoxo Jen

Tara said...

I will have to get my husband to try making me one of those soap cutters. I hope you enjoyed your Canada Day celebrations, Jennifer, and your camping trip. What a great way to spend the Canada weekend. Where did you camp?

Erwin said...

A simple but very cool looking soap log splitter. Is that a guitar tuning nut on the front of the device?

Jennifer Young said...

Tara, We went up to Huntsville where we used to have a cottage. So we camped at Arrowhead park which was wonderful but difficult because my leg wasn't getting better. Not much walking or hiking... But just being in nature and enjoying being with my Dad and my daughter. xoxo Jen

Jennifer Young said...

Erwin, yes it is a guitar tuning nut. The local music store sold us an old one and dad designed the cutter. It was the best way we could think of to tighten the cutting wire (guitar string...). Let me know if you have any more questions! xo Jen

Bianca Hewson said...

Jen,

Take care with your leg, will let Kay etc know....:(
Stay still and get creative write up some new soap recipes, blog, email, shop on-line :)

Besos Bianca

Erwin said...

Thanks, that's what I thought (about the guitar nut) - very smart solution :-)

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I thought that log splitter are only for wood.

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Jennifer Young said...

You are very welcome!! xo Jen