Monday, October 30, 2017

Guide to Making Tinctures

Have you ever made your own tinctures?  Or would you like to learn?  Here is a blog post from Mountain Rose Herbs called Guide to Making Tinctures that tells you all you need to know.

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Aromatherapy Candle Diffusers with Himalayan Pink Salt

Here is a really cute candle idea from The Natural Beauty Workshop called Aromatherapy Candle Diffusers with Himalayan Pink Salt. The warm comforting glow of candlelight is enhanced when combined with Himalayan Pink Salt.

Monday, October 23, 2017

Multi-Batch Prep for Cold Process Soap

Have you ever wanted to make multiple cold process batches but you hate to measure out oils and lye each and every time?  It can be tedious.  But there is a way to knock the prep time.  Want to learn how?  Check out this video from Multi-Batch Prep for Cold Process Soap by Lovin Soap.

Friday, October 20, 2017

Champagne Celebration Soap – Embedding Mica Coated Balls Into CP Soap

Here is a lovely cold process soap project from Lovin' Soap that is very bright and festive....Champagne Celebration Soap.  What is really cool about this project is that the embedded soap balls are coated with a gold mica powder which gives the ball a ring of gold effect.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Oatmeal Honey Bath Melts

Bath melts are a wonderful addition to your bath any time of the year.  If you want to add a little something to your bath, then try this recipe from The Natural Beauty Workshop called Oatmeal Honey Bath Melts.

Monday, October 16, 2017

Candy Corn Soap Tutorial

Can you believe that Halloween is just around the corner? Why not create this adorable melt and pour Candy Corn Soap project from The Soap Queen. Candy corn is a basic staple of this time of the year. So the traditional colored layers of white, yellow and orange make this project very easy to do.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Caramel Apple Soap DIY

Do you fancy caramel apples?  Here is a great melt and pour soap project from The Soap Queen called Caramel Apple Soap.  This advanced project takes an hour plus prep time. Just a warning....that these soaps look good enough to eat.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

DIY Salted Caramel Bath Truffles

I love to eat Salted Caramels. And I really like bath bombs.  So when I saw this recipe from The Soap Queen called Salted Caramel Bath Truffles, I thought I would share with you.  This is an intermediate level project so if you have bath bombs or truffles before then you might not have any problems making them.  I think that the most difficult part about this project is having to roll the two different colors of batter to make this beautiful swirl.  But if you have made cookies that look similiar to these bath truffles, then you should not have any problems.