The first video in our Melt & Pour soapmaking series features Anne-Marie demonstrating the basics of how to make soap. In this episode the Soap Queen explains the difference between fragrance and essential oils.
Ever wanted to know how to make homemade soap that is custom, but investing in a custom mold was out of your budget? Anne-Marie has the perfect solution with Water Soluble Paper.
Anne-Marie shares a creative idea for making custom wedding favors. Using a couple of our favorite micas in Merlot and Light gold along with our amazing and appropriate Champagne fragrance, we think you'll find this soapmaking recipe irresistible.
This week, Anne-Marie presents a step-by-step tutorial on how to embed objects into individual bars of Melt & Pour soap for this soapmaking recipe. She also embeds soapy chunks into a loaf mold for a colorful bar of soap.
Anne-Marie shows how to make soap with layers in this episode of Soap Queen TV. Layers are a great way to add interest to your soap without buying a bunch of fancy molds.
Ever wondered what triple milled or french milled soap is? In this episode, Anne-Marie shows you how to make soap; Rebatch aka french milled soap.
The clam shell soap project is the most advanced melt & pour soapmaking recipe the Soap Queen has demonstrated thus far. But the great thing about this project is that you can't mess it up!
Massage candles are a wonderfully luxurious treat to make for yourself or that special someone. This unique hand made candle is a blend of skin safe waxes, oils, and essential oils that melt at a low temperature, perfect for a warm and soothing massage.
They look like cupcakes, they smell like cupcakes, but don't be fooled, it's soap! Learn how to make soap cupcakes with whipped frosting from the Soap Queen in this episode of Soap Queen TV.
Another installment in our Melt & Pour soapmaking series featuring Anne-Marie demonstrating the basics of how to make soap. In this episode the Soap Queen breaks down the differences between oxides, micas, & dyes.