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Monday, January 3, 2011
What does Alice in Wonderland, Yogi Bear, and Toy Story 3 have in common with this newsletter's project? (Read the title for a hint.) That's Right! They're all in 3-D!
This melt & pour project results in an elegant bar with a 3-D shape that fits perfectly in your hand.
1. Melt 1 oz of the clear base and add 4-5 drops liquid black color. Pour into the design of the front side of the mold. Allow to set-up completely. Clean-up any drips and over pours and assemble the 3 D mold.
2. Melt the rest of the clear soap and mix in Heavy Metal Gold mica and Sheer Freesia fragrance. In a seperate container melt the white soap base and mix in the fragrance.
3. Alternate pouring the two colors and poking the soap skin with a skewer to swirl the soap. For a full tutorial on how to swirl m&p soap see the video here.
4. Once the soap is completely set up, remove from the mold and trim the edges using a clean up tool or a non-serrated knife.
5. Highlight the design by dry brushing the Heavy Metal Gold mica over the raised areas of the design. See this tutorial on the Soap Queen Blog for how to dry brush your soap.
June is almost here. Or maybe it's possible we are just very excited for this upcoming Soap Weekend Intensive, but given that we already have registered attendees, it seems we aren't the only ones!
This year's Soap Weeked Intensive is scheduled for
Please welcome the newest addition to our Soap Mold Familly!
We love this mold for testing fragrances in Cold Process soap or just making 12 perfect bars of soap all at the same time. This glossy, flexible silicone mold makes twelve 4 oz. square-shaped bars of soap.
Show your love this Valentine's Day with handmade soap. Check out the Soap Queen Blog for tons of ideas for gifts that you can make for your loved ones.
Anne-Marie has shared tutorials on how to make rose petal bath bombs to Champagne clay masks to sensuous massage candles.
And of course she has shown how to make the striking rubber stamp soaps above both in a blog tutorial and on Soap Queen TV.
Sheer Freesia is our final winning fragrance from our S.O.A.P. panel selection.
We love this delicate floral fragrance reminding us that spring is coming, even though it feels far away!
"Like a stroll in the fresh air surrounded by a cottage garden" is how one of our panel participants described it.
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