Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Shannon! I'm glad you think our Vintage Flower Seeds Mold is so cute! We do too! Though, I’m sorry to hear you had a hard time removing your soap from the mold. One trick you can try is placing your soap in the freezer for about 30 minutes if it's melt & pour. This will result in the soap constricting slightly and make for an easier removal. If your soap is cold process it may need to be in the freezer for a longer amount of time. Also, if you're using this mold for CP it is important to make sure your recipe is a harder one. Find out more about how to formulate a harder recipe in our Formulating Cold Process Recipes blog post. Sodium Lactate is another great way to make sure you have a hard bar of soap! I hope this helps!
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