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Learn to make this beautiful and useful soap from Anne-Marie on Soap Queen TV. Our kit includes everything you need to make this fun project.

Gardener Soap Kit Includes:

Flashpoint: 200ºF +



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(based on 15 reviews)

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by Christina
on 8/31/2015
This was fun!
I made this yesterday and it was a fun project to do since it was my first time doing layers. The instructions were clear and concise and I had no problems whatsoever. The only thing that was an issue is the walnut seeds, she said to use 1 tablespoon but there was not enough in the bag to fill 1 tablespoon so it didn't come out looking like the picture. I will be making these again. Thank you BB for a wonderful project!
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by Janette
on 7/3/2015
please help
This is my first kit first soap I made and I really love the smell. I bought the kit and I'm sure I followed the instruction but why my soap has pockets of oil on top? What could I have done wrong and how to fix this problem. I have made more soap using my melt and pour base soap and FO/EO but I get the same results all the soaps I made has pockets of oil on top the next day.

Terah from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Janette! I'm so glad you love the smell of the smell of our Gardener Soap Kit! It sounds like your soap may just be sweating, which is completely normal. Glycerin is a humectant, meaning it draws moisture to itself. This is great for your skin but also means your soap will moisture to it from the air, especially if you're in a humid climate. We recommend wrapping your soap after unmolding to help prevent this. To find out more about glycerin dew check out our Augh! What's THAT All Over My Soap?! blog post.

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by Denise
on 7/1/2015
Great soap
I love the scents in the soap and how easy it is to make. The only reason that I didn't give it 5 stars was because the Soap Queen gave a measurement of ! Tablespoon of the Walnut seeds and there were only 2 teaspoons which did not give the appearance as it was on the web site meaning the walnut seeds were sparse across the top of the soap. Other than that it was a great soap!
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by Gail
on 6/29/2015
100% homemade
I have made this soap twice now the scents are amazing. I love the look it packages great. The reason I did not give it a 5 rating is because the second batch I made the top layer separated from the other two layers when I took it out of the mold. What can I do to fix this? It is a soap I would make over and over again. I am new to soap making and would love to continue love to make homemade gifts.

Terah from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Gail! I'm so glad you love the look and scent of your soap made with our Gardener Soap kit! It's such a fun project! To keep your melt and pour layers from separating pour the soap base for the second layer as soon as the first layer has hardened enough (or formed a thick enough skin) to hold the weight of the second layer. The key is to pour fresh soap and pour it quickly. It's also important to spray 99% Isopropyl Alcohol between layers to help them stick. For more information check out our Tips for layering melt and pour blog post.

by Susan Hummel
on 6/18/2015
Gardening just To use the soap!
I LOOOVE this soap! I made it a few years ago for some very close friends? They raved about it! It's so easy, it'll make you look like a professional! Lol! I WILL be making it again very soon! Brambleberry is an awesome company to do business with!
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