Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Katelyn! You would want to stamp the soap after it is out of the mold and has been cut. You want it to be not too soft and not too hard. For cold process soap we usually wait about 4 weeks into cure time. For more information check out our Soap Queen TV Episode, How to Stamp Soap.
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Melissa of Hallowell Soap Works has built a name for herself in the soaping community with her gorgeous products. Melissa creates a wide range of stunning items, including cold process soap, lip balms, bath bombs and more. In particular, Hallowell Soap Works is known for their signature “strong arm swirl.” The swirl features a pronounced wave-like swirl that resembles […]
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