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Melt & Pour Soap Additive List - list of additives these users have tried and how they worked out!

Starting today, we are revisiting the basics of cold process soap with the Back to Basic series. Over the next two weeks, we will cover basic concepts and tutorials designed for the beginner in mind. If you have never made cold process soap before, now is the perfect time! The Back to Basics Soapmaking Kit …

Back to Basics: Lye Safety Guide

News Flash! Bramble Berry's Water Soluble Paper has been reformulated and can now be printed in Laser or Inkjet printers, Yippee!  Ever wanted to make a custom soap but investing in a custom mold was out of your budget? Anne-Marie has the perfect solution with Water Soluble Paper. In this episode she'll demonstrate how to use water soluble paper in Melt & Pour soap and create wedding favors, hostess gifts, christmas presents, corporate gifts, and more!   Are you a blogger? Please feel free…

Soap Queen TV Episode How to prevent Morphing & Fading in melt and pour soap

Natural Soap Making EBook

Learn How to Make Soap at Home with This Easy Recipe

Natural Soap Making EBook

Soap Display Stand.  Neat idea! For supplies to make homemade soap, visit:  http://www.naturesgardencandles.com

Art in the Park 2013

Bath Candy Soap Display Stand - Great Idea that needs to get to a friend. Her soaps are fabulous(Sandy Manson)

Soap Queen TV Episode 14: Geometric Soap

Join us this week as Anne-Marie demonstrates a fast and economical technique for wrapping your melt & pour creations to prevent sweating and shriveling.

Lime in the Coconut Milk Soap Tutorial

Lime in the Coconut Milk Cold Process Tutorial

"Lime in the coconut milk" cold process soap tutorial - coconut milk powder is used with the lye water mixture for an extra fluffy lather.green, yellow + goldish yellow swirled bar with lime shaped embeds (dusted wth mica powder for extra depth)

The first video in our Melt & Pour soapmaking series features Anne-Marie demonstrating the basics of making soap. In this episode the Soap Queen explains the difference between fragrance and essential oils and demonstrates the fundamental components of making a bar of melt & pour soap.    Are you a blogger? Please feel free to embed this video o...

The first video in our Melt & Pour soapmaking series features Anne-Marie demonstrating the basics of making soap. In this episode the Soap Queen explains the.

Beginner’s Guide To Soap making: Cold Process

Free Beginner's Guide To Soapmaking: Cold Process

The first time you smell a fragrance or essential oil out of the bottle is definitely memorable. A fragrance can immediately inspire designs, colors and additives for your next soap recipe. But, sometimes the fragrance and essential oils can fade or change in cold process soap. The pH level of cold process soap can attack components …

How to Prevent Scent Fading in Soap

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