Friday, March 30, 2018

Wildflower Rebatch Soap Tutorial

To be honest, I  have never made a batch of rebatch soap.  I know you can reuse cold process soap and recreate a new batch.  In this Wildflower Rebatch Soap recipe from The Soap Queen, you can purchase already rebatched soap so that you do not have to work with lye.  This is an intermediate level project that takes about an hour to complete.  And it results about 3 pounds of soap.

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

How to Make Sushi Soap

It has been a long time since I found a melt and pour soap making project.  I am not sure why, but I think it is because I have not found an interesting one to post until now.  If you like to eat sushi or know someone do does, this melt and pour Sushi Soap project from The Soap Queen would really fits the bill. This project is for the advanced soap maker that takes about 3-4 days to make. So you would need some patience to make a batch of this soap.  But I say it is well worth the wait.

Monday, March 26, 2018

Winter Potpourri

About a week ago, Spring and somehow the weather has not gotten the memo.  Anyway, here is a potpourri recipe from
Wholesale Supplies Plus called Winter Potpourri that is very colorful addition to any home.  All one has to do is place the potpourri in a bowl to scent any room of the home.  About every month, just add a few drops of refresher oil and stir to reactivate the fragrance.

Friday, March 23, 2018

Tangerine Lip Scrub Recipe

Lip scrubs are perfect for exfoliating dry and chapped winter lips.  If you would to make your own lip scrub, I found this recipe from Wholesale Supplies Plus called Tangerine Lip Scrub. Would you believe that this recipe has only four ingredients?  Well, that is why it is so simple to make. The bright color and fresh-squeezed tastes comes from Tangerine Butter.

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Safflower & Ginger Soap Tutorial

Are you a cold process soap maker looking for a different soap project to make?  I found this interesting advanced layered soap project from The Soap Queen called Safflower & Ginger Soap.  This project takes 1 to 2 hours to completed and it yields about 5 pounds of soap.

Monday, March 19, 2018

Painted Rose Bath Bomb DIY

I saw this recipe for Painted Rose Bath Bombs from The Soap Queen and I thought to myself that I wish I could paint as well. What a lovely Mother's Day gift or Bridal Shower favor.

Friday, March 16, 2018

Pink Grapefruit Soaking Salt

 It seems like everyone is busy today.  And it is hard to find time for ourselves.  If you are lucky enough to take time out of your day to soak in the tub, I have to congratulate you.  I found this recipe from Bath Body Supply called Pink Grapefruit Soaking Salt that you may want to try in your in next soak.

Monday, March 12, 2018

Wild Rose Bath Salt DIY

Love to soak in the tub?  Do you use bath salts? Here is a recipe from The Soap Queen called Wild Rose that is absolutely delightful.   If you are concerened about the flowers clogging your drain, you can place a spoonful of salt into muslin bags or sealable tea bags before each use.

Friday, March 9, 2018

Baby’s Breath Soap Tutorial

Baby's Breath flowers are often seen as an addition to most bouquet.  Basically, they play second fiddle to larger flowers but they make a beautiful topper for this cold process soap recipe.  If you want to make this soap recipe, check the Baby's Breath Soap recipe from The Soap Queen.

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Whipped Lavender Body Butter DIY

Love body butters?  I found this beginner body butter recipe from The Soap Queen called Whipped Lavender that takes 20 minutes to make (6) four ounce jars.  I think this is an easy product to make and give as gifts.

Monday, March 5, 2018

Lavender Sleep Time Bath Truffle DIY

Did you have a hard day?  Would you like to find a way to relax?  I found this recipe from The Soap Queen called Lavender Sleep Time Bath Truffles.  These bath truffles are simple to make and since the recipe contains extra skin loving butters, it will make the recipe mixture with a texture similar to pie crust or cookie dough.  But the mixture can be easily rolled out into rustic balls.