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While the sales and specials from these past newsletters have expired the projects and tutorials are timeless!

 

  • surfboards and unicorns
    Unicorns and Surfboards
    Learn all about how to our neon colorants by making bright and fun Hawaiian theme soap.

  • Magma Soap
    Blend Cold Process soap and Melt & Pour soap to create this amazing lava-like bar.
     

  • Here come the Gnomes!
    Who doesn't love gnomes? You will adore how cute and easy these little soaps are.
  • Fading Fuchsia cold process soap
    Gradual Gradation
    Harness the bleeding effect of Lab Color soap dyes to spectacular effect.

  • Easter Surprise
    Make this surprising melt & pour soap with a hidden toy inside.
  • Summer Bronzer Recipe
    Bronzer Recipe
    Get a handmade sun drenched glow all year long with this easy bronzer recipe.
  • Strawberry Pie Melt And Pour Soap
    Strawberry Pie Soap
    Learn to make this cute Strawberry Pie soap dreamed up by Erin Pikor.
  • Make flags and banners for your next soapy celebration
    Soapy Celebrations
    Use our free clipart to make cute soap flags and banners.
  • Holiday Cranberry Fig Cold Process Soap
    Creative Soapmaking
    Learn to make a multi-layered and embedded cold process soap project.
  • Luxurious whipped Belly Balm
    Nourishing Balm Recipe
    Use skin loving butters like Shea and Cocoa to make a healing balm.
  • Honey Ale Melt & Pour soap
    Honey Ale Soap
    Make a cute foamy topped soap perfectly matched with our Honey Ale fragrance.

  • Using Vertical Molds
    Learn the basics of using Bramble Berry's vertical mold in this issue.
  • Pin Wheel Soap
    Pin Wheel Soap
    Yes you can bend and fold soap like paper, we'll show you how!

  • Elegant 3-D Soap
    This melt $ pour project results in an elegant bar with a 3-D shape that fits perfectly in your hand.

  • Applejack Peel Soap
    This soap is a creative modern block design and stamped with a cute acrylic Owl design that is perfectly matched with the warm autumnal colors.


  • Gardener's Soap
    This recipe is a layered cold process soap that features pumice, ground loofah and coffee grounds. Their combined scrubbing power is sure to get those dirty hands clean.


  • Valentine Loaf of Love
    This melt & pour soap is bright and lively. Also, check out the trick to keeping the hearts standing up straight.

  • Make it Manly
    This beautiful soap uses blue jojoba beads for a littl scrub and features our Blue Man limited Edition Fragrance Oil. It's a little sweet, a little spicy, a little musky and a whole lotta masculine!


  • Pumpkin Shimmer Eyeshadow Recipe
    We created three new eyeshadow color blends perfect for your Holiday celebrations. Dress up your eyes with these trendsetting and easy recipes for loose mineral eyeshadow.

  • Cold Process Salt Bars
    Recently, salt bars have experienced a spike in popularity. It's no wonder, given the nourishing and exfoliating properties of salt. In this recipe, we use Pink Himalayan Salt which is well know for its purity and beauty.

  • Soapy Christmas Tree
    Make adorable holiday centerpieces and table decorations for your holiday celebrations! And when the evening is over they can take a cute soapy present home!

  • November
    This adorable kit is perfect for stocking stuffers. With this kit you can make lotions, salt scrubs, and beeswax candles.

  • Sushi Soap
    This cute melt and pour project is fun and perfect for any sushi lover.

  • Home Spa Recipes
    Treat mom or any important woman in your life to a homemade pedicure. Over on the Soap Queen blog there are a series of tutorials for making a sea salt foot scrub, a luxurious foot balm, and a fizzing foot soak. 

  • Spooky Spider Web Soap
    Make these wonderful little bars of soap for a sugar-free Halloween treat! This Cold Process recipe is a basic but easy to work with, which is just what you need to make the little spider web diesigns.

  • Chocolate Lavender Almond Soap
    Adding a gentle exfoliant to your soap is a lovely way to get a little more cleaning power from your bar. The blend of our Dark, Rich Chocolate fragrance and our Lavender Herb fragrance makes this soap recipe truly luxurious.

  • Feeling Chapped? Here's the Cure!
    This recipe is designed to comfort and heal dry, chapped skin. It is the perfect gift for the winter sport enthusiast on your Christmas list.

  • Scrub in the New Year!
    Try our Cocoa Butter and Peppermint essential oil to make a chocolate mint scented scrub. It's so easy to make and feels wonderful to rid yourself of dry, flaky skin.

  • Tiny Hearts for Valentine's Day
    Anne-Marie is loving our new Cube Silicone Mold and created a special little mold that makes embeddable hears which fit perfectly in our silicone cube mold. This technique is simple and the results are adorable and really easy, even for a beginner.

  • Refreshing Bamboo
    This project uses natural clays, herbs and extracts to achieve an organic look.

  • Get your (Rubber) Ducks in a Row
    THis adorable soap project is so easy to make and couldn't be cuter. By using our 10 inch silicone loaf mold you can make a gaggle of rubber ducky soaps. Or is it a flock?

  • Colorful Cold Process Soap
    Show your colors with this affectionate soap project by using cold process soap to make this beautiful swirled rainbow soap. We used a heart cutter, but you cold use any cutter (and any color scheme) with this technique.

  • Welcome to Bramble Berry
    Thank you for your order from Bramble Berry Soapmaking Supplies!

  • Ombre Cold Process Soap
    We are in love with the ombre (pronounced OM-bray) trend we see popping up everywhere from hair styles to fancy cakes. So we've made a soap project that uses the natural tendency of LabColors to bleed to create a perfect ombre effect. This soap has 10 layers of different colors of soap - but don't worry, we have a trick to make that easier than it sounds! 

  • Soap Guild Conference 2012
    It was great to meet so many of you and to see so many inspiring speakers and demonstrations at this year's Handcrafted Soapmaker's Conference in Portland. While it has only been 2 weeks since it ended, we are sure you've had time to think about new techniques you want to try.
     

  • Picnic Soap
    This cute little bar is reminiscent of a picnic blanket. Scented with our Grass Stain fragrance and colored with Non-Bleeding Cherry and Liquid Green Oxide, we've captured the essence of summer in one little bar of soap!

  • Make Artistic Impressionist Soap
    This soap reminds us of the colorful, joyful paintings of the French Impressionists. In this issue of the Bramble Berry newsletter you will learn how to make this gorgeous soap - no artistic talent needed. The technique that Anne-Marie uses for this soap is easy. You'll get striking results every time.

  • DIY Outdoor Candles
    Perfect for evenings outside, these little candles create ambiance and keep the bugs away with a blend of Citronella essential oil and Lavender fragrance oil. You will be pleasantly surprised at easy they are to make!

  • Honey Cold Process Soap
    Who says you can’t get a long-lasting bar of soap without the palm oil? In this recipe we used beeswax as part of the replacement for palm oil to create a hard, conditioning bar of soap.

  • Warm up with Crisp and Spicy Soap
    This soap may look complicated but it's easy once you break down the steps. You will love the rich, natural colors made with Activated Charcoal and Paprika paired with the warm, scrumptious scent from the Pumpkin Spice and Crisp Anjou Pear blend.

  • Minty Scrub
    This project doesn't require any heating or melting, making it perfect for crafting with the kids or a last minute gift. Be sure to pay close attention to the last two steps to learn the technique for swirling together the two colors for that perfect candy cane motif.


  • Palm Free Cold Process Soap
    This elegant, handmade soap is made with a Cold Process recipe that is free of Palm Oil. The rich color is achieved by allowing the Chocolate and Vanilla fragrances to discolor the soap naturally. Finally, we used a subtle river of Sparkle Gold mica to emphasize the pretty swirls.

  • Swirly Rebatch Soap
    Not only is rebatch soap a quick and easy way to make soap for the holidays (no cure time - yay!) but it also has a gorgeous rustic look that just looks handmade and from the heart.

  • Winter Wonderland in a Soap Ball
    This project is as much fun to make as it is to receive. Create a little wintery tableau in our silicone sphere molds using melt & pour soap, toys and glitter, of course!