Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Spooky Eyeball Cold Process Soap Tutorial

Even though Halloween is along time off, it is not too early to start thinking about making soap for the scariest holidays of the year. Now there are many melt and pour Halloween projects out there, but I have never seen a cold process soap tutorial that was dedicated to a scary soap.  This Spooky Eyeball Cold Process Soap Tutorial from The Soap Queen is really creepy but it does capture the essense of the day. But just remember if you want to make this soap, you better start making it now because of the curing time. Unlike melt and pour which can be used immediate once it hardens, cold process soap needs four to six weeks.

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