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How to Render Tallow for Use in Soap Recipes. How to Make Soap That Looks Like a River Rock by Niña Thompson – Lovin Soap Studio. Niña posted beautiful pictures in our Facebook Group, Saponfication Nation of her river rock soaps.

How to Make Soap That Looks Like a River Rock by Niña Thompson – Lovin Soap Studio

I just thought they were adorable and asked her if she would be willing to share her process and write out a quick tutorial. She kindly said yes! So here is her tutorial for making river rock soap designs. Thank you, Niña! Make a leaf skeleton. Remove leaf tissue to see a beautiful "skeleton" of veins!

Make a leaf skeleton

This project can be done with a variety of fresh leaves in the spring, summer, or fall. (Adult supervision recommended.) Updated 9/8/15. Soap Leaves- a fun and easy project. You will need: 300gr Clear M&P BaseGlitter powder Fragrance Skeleton leaves Microwave Jug Tweezers Rubbing Alcohol to spray bubbles away.

Soap Leaves- a fun and easy project

How to Make Soap That Looks Like a River Rock by Niña Thompson – Lovin Soap Studio. How to Make Black Cold Process Soap - Natural Black Colorant. I received an email the other day asking how to make a nice black bar of soap.

How to Make Black Cold Process Soap - Natural Black Colorant

This person had tried using black oxide but it came off on the wash rag. My #1 advice for making black soap? Use charcoal powder! I’m not a fan of black oxide or black mica. Wholesale Tips for Soap Makers – Lovin Soap Studio. Benjamin and I had an overwhelming response to our Facebook Live video on the topic of wholesale.

Wholesale Tips for Soap Makers – Lovin Soap Studio

You can view it on our video page in case you missed it. We have a planned series of blog posts and resources including eBooks/eCourses to help you develop your wholesale program selling your handcrafted soap. We just finished the first online eCourse, How to Create a Wholesale Line Sheet Using Canva. Enter Your Own Blend - Modern Soapmaking. Formulating Cold Process Recipes - Soap Queen. It may be the foundation of cold process soapmaking, and it’s often the most difficult and intimidating part — formulating a cold process recipe.

Formulating Cold Process Recipes - Soap Queen

From this post about my favorite cold process recipes to our Free Beginner’s Guide to Oils and Butters, we’ve got plenty of resources to help you create your own recipes. Sometimes though, it’s nice for a little refresher course if you want to try and create a recipe from scratch. Customizing your recipe is all part of the fun! When formulating a basic cold process recipe, you can never go wrong with a 33/33/33 ratio. That’s 33% Olive Oil, 33% Coconut Oil and 33% Palm Oil. Tutorial: Exfoliating Natural Ombré Soap. TheSage - Home Page.

Blends - Modern Soapmaking. How to Make Soap That Looks Like a River Rock by Niña Thompson - Lovin Soap Studio. How to Make Black Cold Process Soap - Natural Black Colorant. Natural Soap Colorants Gallery - Spice and Herbal Powders at Trace - Lovin Soap Studio. Using natural colorants is one of my favorite ways to color soap.

Natural Soap Colorants Gallery - Spice and Herbal Powders at Trace - Lovin Soap Studio

I also like working with infusions. Spice and herbal powders can be added to soap at trace. Here are some results that I had with some natural colorants. Alkanet Powder Usage: Added at trace – add 1/2 teaspoon alkanet root powder per pound of oils to traced soap. Results: Alkanet root is hard to get mixed in well if added to trace. Color: dusty speckled purple, gray with purple tint Turmeric Powder Usage: Added at trace – add 1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder per pound of oils to traced soap. Results: Turmeric powder is easily mixed in at trace. DIY Reusable Liners for Soap Slab Mold - Lovin Soap Studio.

It’s no secret.

DIY Reusable Liners for Soap Slab Mold - Lovin Soap Studio

I love my Bramble Berry 9 Bar Slab Mold! Take a look at most of my recent tutorials and you’ll see the mold in action. Tutorial: DIY Silicone Soap Mold for Novelty Soaps (+ How to Make Melt and Pour Soap Seashells) - Modern Soapmaking. Ash in Soapmaking - What is it and how do you prevent it? - Lovin Soap Studio. Have you ever made a beautiful swirled soap only to come back to it the next day and the surface is covered with an ashy substance?

Ash in Soapmaking - What is it and how do you prevent it? - Lovin Soap Studio

Grrrrrrrrrrrrrr This is ash. Soda ash (commonly referred to as ash) is a pesky little problem that just about every soapmaker has encountered at one time or another. What is it? Ash is sodium carbonate. How to Make Baby Soap: Buttermilk Bastile Baby Bar (Buttermilk Powder + Zinc Oxide) - Lovin Soap Studio. One of my favorite soap recipes of all time is my Buttermilk Bastile Baby Bar that you can find on a guest blog post over on SoapQueen.com.

How to Make Baby Soap: Buttermilk Bastile Baby Bar (Buttermilk Powder + Zinc Oxide) - Lovin Soap Studio

I love the way this soap feels on my skin. I received an email recently about wanting to make the soap with coconut milk instead. You can substitute the buttermilk with any milk of your choice, goat milk, almond milk, coconut milk…etc. I happened to have some powdered buttermilk on hand so decided to make a batch with that.

Soap Confetti : Part 5 in the Paper-punch-a-palooza series. I am so excited about this project. I gave myself a blister punching out bazillions of tiny bits of soap confetti to photograph for this tutorial and you know what? It.was.totally.worth.it. You see sometimes I have an idea and by the time I’ve gathered the materials and tried it out (and often had a few failures along the way) I lose momentum and either never end up following the project through or get as far as photographing it then lack the motivation to write it up. This was the opposite.

From the minute the idea popped into my head to the very last sentence in this post, it has been a pleasure to put together. I did hit a slight stumbling block at the start trying to source the glycerine soap I needed but then the universe conspired to bring the soap before me in the most unexpected of places: a tiny country town in a quirky little antique shop (you know, whiskey decanters, silver platters and glycerine soap – as you do) and it took right off from there.

What you need: 1. 2. 1. Tutorial: Inverted Stamp Technique - Lattice Tops & More. I’ve often been asked how the inverted stamp technique tops on my handcrafted soaps are made. A while ago I promised to write a tutorial with pictures about this so here we are. The inverted stamp technique is a method of embossing the surface of soap. When embossing soap with a stamp you force an imprint into the soap. With the inverted stamp technique you do the opposite: you ‘pull out’ a mark on the surface of the soap – hence the name. I make no claim to have invented the technique; it’s been around as long as cold process soap has been made. Mexican Lace and How I Made A Silicone Texture Mat. The way I store and wrap and transport soap, flat tops work very well. Adding interest to flat soap tops is a bit of a challenge and I’ve worked on several techniques for doing that. Embossing works well and one way is to line the bottom of the mould with something that makes an impression on the soap and then let the bottom become the top, as it were.

For this purpose silicone fondant mats are popular among many soapers. How to Color Cold Process Soap eBook + Swatch Gallery + Troubleshooting Guide - Lovin Soap Studio. Product Description 58 (8.5 x 11″) page eBook (downloadable PDF) You will be emailed a download link within’ 24 hours of your purchase. If you don’t receive it, please email amanda@lovinsoap.com! Tillverkare, kosmetika, hudläkemedel, Sverige. Create Your Own Essential Oil Blends for Soapmaking - Modern Soapmaking. DIY Custom Soap Stamp – DuhBe.com. The first time I saw a handmade soap stamped with the maker’s logo – I knew I wanted that for my own soaps.

I had planned on spending $30 – $100 to have a custom stamp made for me. But I decided to try the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) route first. AND it worked! First of all, let me give props to the shoulders I stood on for this project …Tortuga Soaps is the best known for their soap stamp tutorial and that is a great place to start. That web tutorial inspired this soap stamp Instructable which is also good. Before you make your own soap stamp, read the tutorials mentioned above, then consider your owns tools, materials and talents to figure out what works best for you. The one thing I did differently than the others is how I transferred my logo for carving. Here are the brief steps I took, along with photos to spur your own creativity if you want to take on this project. Here is a list of tools that I used. Here is a photo of some cured CP soaps carved with my new logo.

Voila! Make a Soap Stamp. Tutorial: Spring Fling Layered Soap with Soap Shred Embeds - Modern Soapmaking. Dead Sea Mud & Argan Oil Facial Bar Soap Recipe - Lovin Soap Studio. Dead Sea Mud & Argan Oil Facial Bar Soap Recipe - Lovin Soap Studio. Clay in Cold Process Soap - Lovin Soap Studio. Clay is a wonderful natural colorant to use when making soap. There are so many different types of clay. Natural Soap Colorants Gallery – Clays added at trace - Lovin Soap Studio. Here are some results using cosmetic clay to color your soap naturally. From Nature with Love has an awesome clay sample pack (affliliate link). Sea Clay – 1/2 tsp per pound of oils added at trace Rose Clay – 1/2 tsp per pound of oils added at trace Rhassoul Clay – 1/2 tsp per pound of oils added at trace Red Kaolin Clay – 1/2 tsp per pound of oils added at trace Red Illite Clay – 1/2 tsp per pound of oils added at trace Pink Kaolin Clay – 1/2 tsp per pound of oils added at trace Multani Mitti Clay – 1/2 tsp per pound of oils added at trace.

Lemon Verbena Yellow Plop Cold Process Soap Design - Lovin Soap Studio. This is my second yellow soap design for Bramble Berry’s #SoaptheRainbow series. The Essential Guide to Shipping Handmade Soap. Oh So Oval - Oval Soap Mould Tutorial. Tutorial: Inverted Stamp Technique - Lattice Tops & More. Mexican Lace and How I Made A Silicone Texture Mat. PP spritsbondade fiberduk maskintillverkare - bästa PP spritsbondade fiberduk maskin produkter - Dengzhou Longyi maskiner Co., Ltd. A.allmänna introduktion för SS maskin B.Parts av spritsbondade fiberduk produktionslinje: Återvinna extruder---> Main extruder---> Filter---> mätning pump---> Monomer suganordning---> Spinning box---> Quenching luftkammaren---> Stretching enheten---> Web f.d. ---> Kalender---> Winder---> Slitter C.Spun-lade processen och tekniska flödesschema: PP spritsbondade fiberduk maskintillverkare - bästa PP spritsbondade fiberduk maskin produkter - Dengzhou Longyi maskiner Co., Ltd.

PP spritsbondade fiberduk maskintillverkare - bästa PP spritsbondade fiberduk maskin produkter - Dengzhou Longyi maskiner Co., Ltd. Crescent Moon Cold Process Soap Tutorial - Soap Queen. Difficulty: Intermediate. 10 Tips For Selling Your Handcrafted Soap Online - Lovin Soap Studio. How to Make Coconut Oil Soap for Homemade Laundry Detergent - Lovin Soap Studio.

Homemade laundry detergent is popular right now in the DIY blog world! And rightfully so! It is super easy to make and is better for you than commercially produced detergents. At least in my opinion. Colorant guide Archives - Modern Soapmaking. Join Jo & Her Botanical Love: Coloring Soap Naturally - Modern Soapmaking. Color Soap Naturally - Infusing oil with herbs and spices - Lovin Soap Studio. Infusing oil is probably my favorite method of using natural colorants for coloring handmade soap. It works for most natural colorants but we’ll talk about the ones that do better using a different method as we go along. When you infuse oil you don’t get the grainy speckled look you get when you add spice or herb powders to traced soap. You want to be sure to use a long shelf life oil for infusing. Cocoa and Coffee Salt Bar Recipe - Lovin Soap Studio.

I’ve made my first batch of soap…how long until I can sell it? - Lovin Soap Studio. Essential Oil Blends for Soap - Lovin Soap Studio. Penny-Pinching For Soap Making Success - Lovin Soap Studio. How to Make Soap That Looks Like a River Rock by Niña Thompson - Lovin Soap Studio. How to Make Handcrafted Soap Harder - Lovin Soap Studio. Rebatching Techniques. Omsmält tvål. Top 10 Essential Oils for Soapmaking - Lovin Soap Studio. Österlen Alpacka produkter. Tvåla&Tvaga. Inci, den hemliga koden. Så skapar man en tvål. Förtvålningstal - Saponification values chart. Överfettning, vad är och hur fungerar det?

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