Sunday, July 24, 2016

Lemon Verbena Yellow Plop Cold Process Soap Design

If you are a cold process soap maker looking for a different technique to try, I found this drop swirl recipe from Lovin' Soap called Lemon Verbena Yellow Plop Cold Process Soap Design.  If you have a favorite color or scent to want to use instead, then go ahead and jazz it up.

Saturday, July 23, 2016

How to Save on Soapmaking: Tips for creating soap on a budget!

As you know as a craft or hobbyist, I can take some cash to support it. And creating soap is no exception because of all the ingredients and supplies you need. Sometimes it is hard to stay within budget. In a recent post by The Soap Queen called How to Save on Soapmaking:  Tips for creating soap on a budget tells you how to can save money and stay on budget.

Friday, July 22, 2016

Green Smoothie Whipped Body Butter DIY

Who does not like a whipped body butter?  Here is one from The Soap Queen called Green Smoothie Whipped Body Butter.  If you are a beginner in making body products, this is for you.  But if you are more advanced, you may want to try this recipe for yourself.  If this recipe is not for you, then I recommend checking out some other recipes that maybe more suitable.

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Watermelon CP Loaf Soap

We are half way through summer.  Have you had enough watermelon yet?  Well if you have not here is a cold process soap recipe from Wholesale Supplies Plus  called Watermelon CP Loaf Soap.  Even if summer comes to end sooner than you like then  extend your summer by making this soap, This should take an hour to make and yield (8) 1" slices.

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Sunshine Lotion Tutorial

Do you like making your own lotions?  Here is a lotion recipe called Sunshine Lotion from The Soap Queen that is thick and creamy in texture, yet it is surprisingly lightweight on the skin. If you have never made lotion before, it is very simple.  Basically, it comes down to mixing water and a small amount of oil together.  But you are going to say that the two do not mix.  Well, you are right.  In order to blend them together, you will need an emulsifier. And since this product is made with water, you will also need to add a perservative. This is an intermediate level recipe that yields three 8 oz bottles.