Chocolate Cake Soap | Cold Process Soap by Kilted Suds | Confetti Soap | Divided Pour

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Something Blue Artisan Soap // Saddlebrook Soapery

Making and Cutting Handmade Soap Something Blue Artisan Soap Piped Roses Saddlebrook Soapery I hope you enjoy watching as much as I enjoyed making this soap! This soap will be available July 1, 2018 My Etsy Store: Facebook Page: Instagram: This cold process soap is full of natural skin-loving oils including cocoa butter, olive oil, and coconut oil. Remember...use the pretty soaps! I can always make more!!! Now accepting custom orders! I love making custom orders for parties, birthdays, and wedding/shower favors. Message me at my Etsy store for custom orders. Snoblove Beauty - Rose Piping Cold Process Soap Tutorial with recipe **Simple ways to help: Click on one of the Amazon links below to make a purchase of ANY product from Amazon. No extra cost to you to help support the making of more videos!! Stainless Steel Bath Bomb Molds Aluminum Bath Bomb Molds Trays 12 pack 10” x 14” Large Pitcher 50 lbs. Citric Acid 10 lbs. Citric Acid Coconut Oil Music provided by

Introducing The Strainer Pull Technique for Cold Process Artistic Soap

Using cookie shooter discs inserted into Styrofoam cups, I pulled color through soap to investigate the swirl patterns formed. Your questions and comments are welcome. Hey everyone, you have to check out a video by A.D Ramsey showing the opening of a soap package I sent to her! It is so sweet, and funny! Thank you, dear A.D. for that loving video! My other videos are here: The cookie shooter discs I used can be found here: I made half of the recipe below for this video. I made small guest soaps so I could test out the soap swirls obtained from different strainer hole patterns. Shea Silk Soap Recipe 12 oz of Organic Coconut Oil 12 oz of Olive Oil 10.1 oz of Refined Shea butter 9.1 oz of Filtered Water 4.8 oz of Food Grade NaOH Cotton ball size piece of Tussah Silk 1 Tablespoon Jojoba oil 2 oz Fragrance oil –Deadly weapon + Orange Essential oil Music : " A Simple Piano " by CommercialMusic found here The Logo Sound was custom made by sound engineer and original composer Vadym of Nuclearmetal-Thank you! Vadym is one of the best modern composers in the world (in my opinion) and resides in Lviv, the cultural capital of Ukraine. Lviv was the center of the historical region of Galicia and is now the home of many world-class cultural institutions, including a philharmonic orchestra and the famous Lviv Theatre of Opera and Ballet. The city is known as a center of art, literature, music and theatre and is where festivals and concerts are being held every week. Nuclearmetal keeps adding more and more REALLY wonderful songs here:

Soapmaking: Diagonal sliced, Striped Soap with Swirls

A two part soap with the first striped loaf cut on a diagonal, and the second portion poured on top and swirled. Equipment Used: Loaf Mold- Funnel pitchers- Cake Leveler- Stick Blender- Ingredients: Titanium Dioxide- Black Oxide Pigment- Red Pigment- Green pigment- Bergamot oil- geranium oil-

Unicorn Sprinkles Confetti Soap

I have always wanted to make a confetti soap, but I can't stand the idea of shredding up perfectly good bars of gorgeous soap! So I finally decided to make the confetti the same way I make embeds, pouring some soap and then using it to make a new soap. I poured these and shredded them with a vegetable peeler. The scent is a blend of juicy fruits including pear, blueberry, cherry, and rock candy. I made the unicorn horns out of melt and pour. First I hand molded some horns like I do for my other unicorn soaps and then I used a silicone mold making kit to make myself my very own unicorn horn 3D mold! My links: Etsy: Facebook: Pinterest: Instagram:

Making Raspberry Swirls Melt & Pour Soap

Please help support my videos by becoming a patron of my Patreon Campaign (and get exclusive rewards!) by following this link: Here is the process of how my Raspberry melt and pour soap is made. Hope you still enjoy watching my videos! If you are a soapmaker and would like to purchase some of the tools I use to make my soaps you can follow any of these affiliated links. This means that if you purchase from my links, I get a small revenue, helping me sustain the content I create, with no extra cost for you. I only share links to products I believe in, tried and enjoy using myself! Soapmaking books Melt & Pour book: The Soapmaker's Companion: Soap Crafting: Pure Soapmaking: My favorite soap making tools: Cuisinart stick blender: Crafter's Choice Silicone Mold: Melt & Pour Clear Base: Double Handle Knife: National Shrink Wrap: Ariane Arsenault is a participant in the, Inc. Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to” To follow me on the web / Suivez-moi sur le web Website Twitter Facebook Blog Music by Ariane Arsenault

Such a fun soap to make, using combined techniques! The center is a confetti soap, surrounded by white "icing" on the cake!
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