Registration is closed for this year's SWI - but there is always next year! Email us if you would like to be notified when dates are finalized for next year's SWI.
SWI will be held Friday through Sunday, June 15th -17th, 2012
Bramble Berry's annual Soap Weekend Intensive is an incredible opportunity to learn innovative techniques from some of the best instructors in the country.
This year, we are proud to welcome back Debbie Chialtas of Soapylove, Erin Pikor of Naiad Soap Arts, Kat Hackney of Otion, Jill Heuser of Northwest Scents, and of course, our very own Anne-Marie Faiola.
Early bird price of $350.00 through March 1st, 2012, the class price will raise to $400.00 after that date. In addition to the class price, there is also a $50 materials fee that includes all of the supplies you will need and most of the tools and molds you'll use will be yours to keep.
There is a cancellation fee of $25, no refunds will be given for cancellations after April 30th, 2012. Space is limited and every year has been sold out - so don't wait too long!
This year's projects will include: Advanced melt & pour with Debbie Chialtas including cupcake soap and splattered paint soap. Learn to make 4 different scrubs with Erin Pikor. Learn 2 swirl techniques in Cold Process soap with Kat. Make lotion with Jill. And learn to use goat milk in Cold Process soap with Anne-Marie, then make a hands-on cold process mini loaf in class!
The Soap Weekend Intensive is a mix of hands-on and advanced demonstrations. You will leave with examples of each project in addition to some of the special molds and tools you will be using in the hands-on portion for the classes.
Check out the Soap Queen Blog to see how much fun the previous year's classes were!This year's Soap Weekend Intensive is in Bellingham, Washington at the Co-op learning center, in the center of beautiful downtown Bellingham.
Check back for more details soon!
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