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  1. trite but true i need help finding a soap base to suite my needs... i will list them needs as: THIS WILL BE LYE FREE SEA BUTTER ORGANIC IN LARGE QUANTITIES FARE TRADE IF CAN BE NO MILK OR OAT WOULD BE NICE IF IT HAD COCONUT OLIVE OIL TOO now let's see what you can come up with. BLESS YOU ALL BROTHERS AND SISTERS
  2. I have been making candles for awhile now and selling them (albeit slowly) but now with the summer months in Texas, it is really not good for me to take them to the local flea market. I still want to be able to take something there, however, so I've been looking into start making body products. I've narrowed it down to M&P soaps (can't work with lye with my toddler around), bath bombs, foaming bath truffles, bath salts, and sugar/salt scrubs. But, I don't know which I should start with! I know I can't start with all of them at once, so I guess I am looking for some advice on which product
  3. Is there any way to making frosting out of melt and pour without using a foaming bath base ? I was going to make bath bombs for my granddaughters birthday but I need more ingredients than I thought I would. So I decided to make her unicorn soap instead. I was looking at some online recipes and they say I need foaming bath base along with melt + pour along with a few other items. Is there any way to make the frosting with just using melt + pour ?
  4. It doesn't matter which base I use. I spray with the correct alcohol. The layers do not adhere. They always come apart. I find that the directions are too vague. "Wait until it forms a skin" means nothing to me. "Press the top to test." OK. But how firm should it be? Despite the tutorials, I just can't make it work. I'm missing something. There must be a correct way to do it, not just vague "when it's ready" instructions. Maybe an exact temperature? Something? Anything? Please help with this sad soap situation. Thanks.
  5. I found I have quite a few containers of the old Soap Crafters "double scented" fragrance oils so I had one called "Pipe Tobacco" duplicated and it came out great! The fragrance level was right on and I can't wait to use it! Does anyone remember using these so still have some in your "fragrance collection" like I do?
  6. The prices here are fantastic. I was wondering about the quality. Anyone know? https://www.chemistrystore.com/Products-Fragrance_Oils_A-G.html
  7. This is a fast and easy soap dish you can make. Supplies. polymer Clay index cards parchment paper Equipment Blade any type Something to bake on Oven Optional Equipment Clay Extruder Click here to view the article
  8. This is a fast and easy soap dish you can make. Supplies. polymer Clay index cards parchment paper Equipment Blade any type Something to bake on Oven Optional Equipment Clay Extruder
  9. Soap Swirls in a Log Mold Before beginning this tutorial, you should know the basics of cold process soap making and lye safety. Supplies: Lye Pitcher Bowl/Pitcher (for melting oils) 3 Cups (for colorants) Stick Blender Spatula Spoon Bamboo Skewer Distilled Water Cp Recipe of Choice Colorants I'll be using Peak's Apple Blossom fragrance (my Poisoned Apples scent). I'll be using 3 colorants- titanium dioxide, black oxide and a mix of colorana bordeaux and ruby to make a red. This is a fun and simple way to make swirls in log molds. You can create different looking swirls with this techniq
  10. Soap Swirls in a Log Mold Before beginning this tutorial, you should know the basics of cold process soap making and lye safety. Supplies: Lye Pitcher Bowl/Pitcher (for melting oils) 3 Cups (for colorants) Stick Blender Spatula Spoon Bamboo Skewer Distilled Water Cp Recipe of Choice Colorants I'll be using Peak's Apple Blossom fragrance (my Poisoned Apples scent). I'll be using 3 colorants- titanium dioxide, black oxide and a mix of colorana bordeaux and ruby to make a red. This is a fun and simple way to make swirls in log molds. You can create different looking swirls with this technique
  11. I was lucky enough to be visiting my favorite alpaca farm when Leah let me film her felting soap. Click here to view the article
  12. Vicky_CO

    Alpaca Felted Soap

    I was lucky enough to be visiting my favorite alpaca farm when Leah let me film her felting soap.
  13. This is a cucumber mp soap I made today. It has not scent. I added cucumber peel extract powder. Well these extracts in powder form do not mix well into your soap and most times I get the speckled look. While most of the time it looks fine I'm not sure about this time. I'll post the link below to the video. Btw what I'm showing is the bottom of the soap because of the type of mold it's in.
  14. I was just cruising YouTube today looking at soap making/ cutting videos and found two ladies that made a batch of soap using human breast milk. It wasn't to sell but for the families personal use. At first I thought it was very strange and I kinda still do but it was very interesting to look at. Here is the link below if anyone wants to check it out.
  15. I'm starting to make M&P soap (haven't tried CP yet but would like to give it a shot in the future) and from what I understand if you don't wrap M&P over time it will sweat. I recently purchased some shrink wrap bags (the kind that shrink around the soap when heat is applied) and was wondering for those of you who wrap your soap if it makes a difference in sales? Does it matter to the customer if they can smell the soap because with these particular bags they seal the soap completely and you can't smell it through the plastic (unless I intentionally melt a hole in the plastic exposing
  16. I just poured my first batch of soap in a silicone soap mold purchased in the coop (thanks Jen!). My questions are, how long should I let it set up prior to removing it from the mold and then how long should I wait to cut it? Thank you!
  17. I'm the world's worst at trying to cut something straight, like a loaf of soap. I would start out at one inch thick at the top and by the time I got all the way through the loaf it would be an inch and a half thick at the bottom. Is there something short of investing in a loaf cutter than can be used? I'm just starting out making soap (mainly m&p) and don't want to invest in an expensive soap cutter just yet. Thanks!
  18. I wanted to share my OMH MP soap since alot of you guys have been sharing photos of yours. Enjoy! Thanks for watching too
  19. Another video for you guys!! I hope you like it. I'm swirling some MP lavender soap this time. Hope you all enjoy :-)
  20. Yesterday I saw the lady with You Smell soap on Shark Tank and she had some paper soap that she showed to the Sharks and I was wondering how you make that? I understand it isn't something new to soap making but I'm new to soap making and have never heard of it. Can someone that knows tell me where I can get the dissolving paper and how to actually get the soap on it without it dissolving? Do you use M&P soap or liquid soap or what? Thanks!
  21. Where can I get a colorant or mixing a couple together to get a sugar cookie/ vanilla cupcake color? I know Brambleberry has a kit called Sweet Treats, but I really don't want to pay for that one small purchase.
  22. I'm going to be ordering some M&P soap from BB and was wondering if there's anything else you guys think I should try? I've never tried anything but their M&P and was wondering if there were any to-die-for fragrances, lip balm base, molds (I just ordered 3 of the silicone soap molds via the co-op), etc.? Thanks!
  23. Hello y'all!!!! Wanted to share the cupcake soaps I made this past weekend. Getting ready for some Valentine orders! I hope you all are not tired of me posting these videos. Oh, and this time you can hear me over the background music. Hehe :-)
  24. I know some of you like watching videos that make so I thought I would share this latest one with you all. I purchased a bunch of new soap supplies for my MP soaps. So that's what I'm talking about and showing you guys. Thanks for watching!!
  25. If I wanted to have a custom mold made that would make 4 oz bars of rectangular soap would anyone be able to tell me what the measurements (length, width, height) would be for each bar? The soap would have square edges also. Thank you!
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