This swirly soap is made without actually swirling the soap! It’s a very neat trick, using a very fluid soap emulsion, to produce the fine lines and swirl in the soap.
These gorgeous amethyst crystal soaps are so easy to make using clear and white melt and pour soap bases. But the best part is carving the soap into little crystal shapes. And the results are stunning!
The last in the mica colour test series, purple is particular important for the ever popular lavender soap. However, it has always been a difficult colour to achieve in cold process soap, one reason many soap makers turn to micas for this colour.
Jelly soap base is very easy to work with: cut, melt and pour. However, the viscosity of the soap does leave (unwanted) air bubbles trapped within. How to get rid of these and which method is best for melting the jelly soap base?
I’ve added a twist to the popular ‘fish-in-the-bag’ soaps by using jelly soap to create these fun jiggly-wobbly blue soap cubes with a brightly coloured toy fish inside. Kids will love these and they are so easy to make!