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Love It!

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Gingerbread Man

I am very new to soaping... My gingerbread men turned out great.. I was nervous on getting them out with the buttons not popping out but them came out easy.. I sprayed the mold first w/rubbing alcohol... Only down side was I only received the Santa Spruce fragrance not sure if I like that but my husband did.. So thank you.. I am loving to soap!!!

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if in a hurry dont bother

If your in a hurry to get holiday gifts made and sent before Christmas, I would 're consider. There's a 48 hour hold on processing in their warehouse and this info is not presented before purchase. Be prepared to wait two week's or so just to get your order. Not what I'm looking for

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Hard to pour

The mold was smaller than I expected it to be. I had some trouble, even with the injector, pouring the soap. Overall, the kit is pretty good, but I was only able to make 3 soaps.

Terah from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Jane! I'm glad you like the kit overall, though I'm sorry it wasn't quite what you expected. While the mold only has 3 cavities to make soap you should have been able to make 8 total bars with the ingredients sent. Each cavity is four ounces and you were sent 2 lbs of soap, enough to fill 8 cavities.

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Love them but some trouble getting the buttons out of the mold!

These are so cute! I had no trouble as a beginner with the project until the end... I am having some trouble getting the buttons and the bowtie to pop out of the mold. The rest of the project went smoothly. Probably my error... I need to research more about this issue. Get extra molds and clear soap if you really want to get 8 soaps. If you are a beginner get a few injectors just in case you have technical errors/jams. The extra molds will speed up the process.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Jennifer! I'm glad you like this kit! 99% isopropyl alcohol will help the buttons and bowtie out of the mold. You'll want to spray your buttons and bowtie with alcohol just before you pour your second layer. Spray enough to the first layer is covered but not too saturated with alcohol. This will make the buttons stick to the body and pull out smoothly. I'll be emailing you personally to discuss this!