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Water Soluble Paper - Amazing water soluble paper that you can write or print on with an ink jet printer OR laser printer (we've tested them both). Bury messages or images in your clear glycerin soap that can easily be seen. Perfect for wedding favors, presents or promotional products! And once you use the soap and reach the message it dissolves away like magic! This is the same paper that was used on a DIY network show featuring our very own Anne Marie Faiola.

(Sheets are 8.5" x 11")

TIP: This paper ONLY works with top loading printers. Any printers that have a roller that the paper needs to ‘wrap’ around (like a bottom feed printer) do not work optimally with this super thin (think barely thicker than toilet paper) specialty product and risk damaging your printer.

INKJET TIPS: When printing with an inkjet printer we recommend printing the designs a few days in advance and spraying the designs with an aerosol hairspray to help set the ink. Even with these precautions we still find that the design can bleed and migrate in your soap over time.

Watch as Anne-Marie demonstrates how to embed printed Water Soluble Paper in Melt & Pour soap



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by Marissa
on 4/23/2015
Not sure of technique
This paper has great potential but I need some pointers. We used a laser printer. Because we are making favors for a family event that is approaching quickly we did not wait a day for the ink to dry. After Letting the clear layer set, we placed the design and then very lightly sprayed with alcohol because the paper did not seem to stick to the clear soap. We waited and then poured the white fragranced layer. The issue is air bubbles. The design is not flat and I see air trapped in the clear layer between the message and the soap. Should I have pressed down on the thin paper with a damp sponge like in the tattoo video or should I have used more alcohol? I was afraid of bleeding. It does seem a bit yellow so I may try bluing yet next batch. Thanks for any advice on the ideal technique

Terah from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Marissa! I'm so sorry you had some troubles using this paper. For a video showing the best techniques to use with our Water Soluble Paper check our Soap Queen TV Episode 9: Water Soluble Paper. I will email you personally to help troubleshoot!

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by Wanda
on 9/28/2014
I was very concerned that my printer would not be a good one for this, but I'm happy to say I was wrong. Red bleeds in under a month though, but most of the other colors take closer to a month to bleed. Yellow also bleeds fast. I love using this, because I can customize any bar of soap with just a photo.
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by Faith
on 9/9/2014
Love it - makes incredible artistic soaps
I use the water soluble paper in my HP laser jet printer with no problems. I print artwork from various artists, cut to fit the molds and layer with clear (that has been blued to remove the yellow), then white, then a coordinating color (this is the only part I fragrance). I do NOT use hair spray or anything else to seal the color as I find there is no need to. I do use my own technique that works flawlessly every time giving me beautiful, custom on- of-a-kind artistic soaps that get tons of compliments. Wish I could post a pic of one of them.
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by Sherry
on 7/14/2014
This paper is a heavy need to have patience and practice. A laser printer works beautifully and I still spray with hairspray for a day. It is very much a trial and error process. But once you get it, you will be become is AWESOME. Clear and crisp! Be sure to not overheat your soap to make the clearest of images...too bad I cannot share some pics (maybe on the FB page?)....great product. Be daring...try will LOVE LOVE it.
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by Ev
on 4/3/2014
ruined soap & hope
I let the prints to dry for a whole week (just printed in advance and didn't get to use it for a while), so when I sprayed it with a hairspray my colors started to run a little. I had to do many short layers and wait out until it dries out. Anyway, next day I used these prints in my soap. I've got to mention that the same bleeding problem appeared when I tried to slightly spray it with alcohol (as it was recommended in one of the tutorial as I recall) so I proceeded without it. Finished my soap, sealed it, and put away. Now, My Complaint - one week later I took it out ( a friend has ordered a gift basket for a baby shower) the pictures are completely washed out, they became sooooooo blurry, you can barely see anything - just one big ugly stain. All the ingredients used were from you guys, starting from M&P to a mold. Didn't even used any fr. oils in the layers attached to the pictures. So very disappointed!

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Ev! I'm sorry to hear that this paper gave you trouble. Sometimes when the ink runs after being sprayed with hairspray, it is a printer issue. We have found Laserjet printers to work the best! We have found that spraying the design with hairspray after a day or two helps prevent this. I will be emailing you personally to help you troubleshoot why you are experiencing these problems :)

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