Learn to make a striking Swirled and Embedded Soap Loaf in this online soap tutorial. Taught by Kristy Schemrich of Kristy's Lovely Lathers and Anne-Marie Faiola of Soap Queen.com, you couldn't be in better hands to learn this complex looking project. They break it down step-by-step for you to easily follow along and make the entire project from start to finish. At over 15 minutes, this is a longer, more detailed video than our free Soap Queen TV videos, and for less than $4 how can you go wrong?
OR Get this video for FREE (actually you save $10 - even better!) when you buy the accessories kit which includes the video, colorants, fragrance and powdered goat milk you need to make this project.
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When you purchase this video and your payment is processed (usually takes 24 hours), you will receive an email with a link to the web page and a password to unlock the online video tutorial.
Please note that before making the soap in this video you should be comfortable making basic batches of cold process soap. This is definitely an advanced technique, so if you haven't made CP soap before you should watch and practice the recipes in the basic Cold Process soapmaking video series (it's free!). Or you can read and practice from one of our favorite books The Soapmakers Companion by Susan Miller Cavitch or The Everything Soapmaking Book by Alicia Grosso.
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To make the soap in this video you will need:
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