Cranberry Clove Bar Soap by Kilted Suds - Cold Process Soap Making - Drop Swirl

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Making Galaxy Cold Process Soap by Spicy Pinecone

Making of Galaxy Cold Process Soap by Spicy Pinecone. This is a combination of a few different swirls, combined with some mica painting techniques. To address a few questions that may come up: I didn't like the texture of the soap when I unmolded, so I chose to plane it instead of steam it. Planing removed some of the stars and sparkle, so I added more after planing was complete. Mica added to the soap while the batter was wet was mixed with oil. Mica added after the soap was unmolded was mixed with 91% rubbing alcohol and added with a (clean and unused) toothbrush by flicking, and then "painted" with a rubber-tipped color blending tool. A paintbrush would work fine. The swirl technique was inspired by Clyde Yoshida's "Vibrant Amber" soap. Here is the link to his video: ______________________________________________________________ Want to know more about Spicy Pinecone? Website: Etsy: Facebook: Pinterest: Blog: Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr: @SpicyPinecone _________________________________________________ Music: EDM Detection Mode by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license ( Source: Artist:

How to Make Soap with an Impression Mat

Learn how to use a silicone impression mat to create beautiful patterns on your cold process soap! Soap is poured on top of the silicone mat, and once the mat is removed it leaves behind a pattern. This soap features a blue and white color pallette and floral color scheme. Recipe: 18 Bar Unfinished Birchwood Mold Silicone Liner for 18 Bar Mold Impression Mat - Butterflies and Feathers 54 oz. Lots of Lather Quick Mix 7.8 oz. Sodium Hydroxide Lye 17 oz. Distilled Water 3 oz. White Magnolia Fragrance Oil 3 tsp. Titanium Dioxide 1/4 tsp. Mermaid Blue Mica 3 1/4 Tbs. Sweet Almond Oil (to disperse colorants) Optional: Triangle Spatula Want to make this soap? Click here to get all the ingredients you need: Thank you for watching! Starting 12/19/16, we will no longer be responding to comments here. If you have any questions, feel free to contact our customer service team at or 877-627-7883 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. PST, Monday-Friday. You can also live chat with customer service on from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. PST, Monday-Friday. For more tutorials, tips and tricks and business advice, visit our blog For soapmaking supplies, visit our website Are you a blogger? Please feel free to embed this video on your blog. If you need any help just let us know! Anne-Marie Faiola is the owner of Bramble Berry author of Soap Queen Blog and developer of Teach Soap All supplies used in this video can be purchased at

Simple Homemade Cold Process Soap

Always wanted to make homemade soap? Here's how to start! Step by step instructions for creating a rich lathering, natural soap using coconut, olive, palm and essential oils. Lehman's has been carrying high-quality soapmaking equipment and ingredients for decades. Start here:

How to Make Whipped Cold Process Soap - by Spicy Pinecone

I show you how I make whipped cold process soap, give some tips and tricks along the way, and share an easy recipe that you can use (personal use only) or tailor to suit your needs. Please follow proper safety procedures when making soap and working with kitchen appliances. Only use dedicated soaping equipment when making whipped soap. (Meaning, do not use items that would later be used to make food. My KitchenAid is dedicated to bath and body supplies... NOT for cooking.) Recipe can be found at this point in the video: Want to know more about Spicy Pinecone? Find us here: Website- Facebook- Etsy: Instagram: SpicyPinecone Twitter: SpicyPinecone Tumblr: SpicyPinecone

Soap with a Skewer Swirl

Very strange how this one turned out, there were 4 layers 2 Orange and two Red, but when your looking at the cut soap, it only shows 2., looks like a fire. customers can now buy my soap, If you would like to purchase please email soaps are $5.00 each or 3 for $12.00. or you may like to purchase the recipe I use for $35.00 please email me for paypal invoice. Please like, share and subscribe. Thanks for watching!

Watch me make the re-batch of this popular cold process soap, Cranberry Clove. Made using a two-color drop swirl.
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