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.
In this episode of Soap Queen TV, learn what terms like Ricing, Seizing and Acceleration mean. This is the third episode in our How to Make Cold Process Soap series and it's all about how to use essential oils for soapmaking and fragrances.
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!
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.
Learn what terms like DOS, Saponification, Superfat, and Trace mean in the second episode of our Cold Process Soapmaking recipes series.
Anne-Marie demonstrates how to do a simple but striking technique called the double pour. It's a great way to add interest and versatility to a basic soapmaking recipe mold design.
Join us this week as Anne-Marie demonstrates a fast and economical technique for wrapping your melt & pour creations to prevent sweating and shriveling for this soapmaking recipe.
This gingerbread man soapmaking recipe has been a favorite of ours for years and is one of the most popular kits at Bramble Berry. Our gingerbread man soap mold is so easy to use and the results are always adorable.
Using techniques from many previous episodes of Soap Queen TV, Anne-Marie demonstrates some clever variations on how to make melt and pour soaps for layering. We hope this idea will encourage you to try different methods in your soapy creations!
In this special edition of Soap Queen TV, Anne-Marie shows how to make a custom soap mold using Bramble Berry's Flexy Fast Molding Putty. With this soapmaking recipe, you can make a bar of soap out of almost anything!