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Week Three of Givember

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In this issue: The Givember Gift for this week is a Scent Sampler Kit. Help us make a soapy university. Make a Snow Globe inspired soap.
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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!

Tools and Packaging:

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Make the Embeds

ONE: Cut the Clear Melt and Pour into 1 inch cubes. In a heat-safe container, melt the soap base on 30 second bursts, stirring between bursts until the soap is fully melted.

TWO: Add 5 drops Liquid Green Colorant and optional 1 mL Spearmint Essential oil and mix well.

THREE: Once the soap is between 125 - 135 degrees, pour into the Guest Tree Mold. Spray with Rubbing Alcohol to eliminate bubbles and allow to fully harden.

FOUR: Remove the soaps from the mold, and move on to the next step.

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Make Snow Globes

ONE: Cut the White Melt and Pour into 1 inch cubes. In a heat-safe container, melt the soap base on 30 second bursts, stirring between bursts until the soap is fully melted.

TWO: With the top of the 4 Sphere Silicone Mold separated from the base, pour the White Melt and Pour into the base of the mold. Split the soap evenly between the four cavities. If necessary, use a clean-up tool to clean any dribbles of soap on the sides of the mold.

THREE: Once the white soap has hardened, arrange the Christmas trees, penguin, ducky and birdie in the sphere molds. Put the top back on the mold temporarily in check the fit of the embeds. You may need to cut the Christmas trees at the base to make them fit.

FOUR: Cut the Clear Melt and Pour into 1 inch cubes. In the Easy Pour Measuring Cup, melt the soap base on 30 second bursts, stirring between bursts until the soap is fully melted.

FIVE: Add 1/2 teaspoon Iridescent Glitter, 1/4 teaspoon Silver Glitter, and the Spearmint Essential Oil and Christmas Forest Fragrance Oil. Mix until fully incorporated.

SIX: Remove the top of the Sphere Mold. Spray all of the embeds and the white soap liberally with Rubbing Alcohol. Check the temperature of the clear soap; ensure that it is between 125 - 135 degrees, stir again, then pour a 1/4 inch layer into the sphere mold to secure the embeds. Spray again with Rubbing Alcohol to remove bubbles.

SEVEN: Once the first layer of clear has fully hardened, replace the top on the 4 Sphere Silicone Mold. Spray inside the opening in the top of the mold with Rubbing Alcohol. Ensure that the temperature of the remaining clear soap is between 125-130 degrees, stir, and pour the final layer of soap into the sphere mold.

EIGHT: Allow the soap to fully harden. Unmold and enjoy!

Free Sampler Kit

Order $125 or more between Nov 15th & 20th to receive a Scent Sampler Kit for free!
(Kits will be sent while supplies last - no exchanges or substitutions - $125 does not include shipping fees)
The Scent Sampler Kit includes: 1/2 oz sample of Almond Biscotti Fragrance, Papaya Coconut Fragrance, Basil Essential Oil and Lemongrass Essential Oil.
  

Help Us Win a Grant!

We want to make it easy for anyone, anywhere to learn to make soap and start their own business. We want to create an online university with videos, live help, and more! Bramble Berry is in the running to win a Fed Ex small business grant. But we need your help! Please vote for us (you can vote once a day) so we can start a Soap University.
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