Lemon and poppy seeds is an all-natural soap suitable for beginners soap makers, with an extra twist for those who like to try out new things!
Be Mine! These Valentine’s Day soaps are inspired by the popular sugar candy hearts. They’re quick and easy to make using non-bleeding micas and a yummy sweet and fruity fragrance!
I love soap making starter kits, because they’re a great way to get people into soap making. Here’s a fun Christmas themed project that you can do with the Pure Nature melt and pour soap kit plus a few little extra ingredients!
This fun and cheerful soap is easy to make and doesn’t need any special ingredients. It is also a great last minute idea for Secret Santa and Bad Santa gifts. Or get the kids to make gifts for nana, friends, or the teacher.
You will often hear that melt and pour soaps are unsuited for swirls. While it is true that the usual swirling techniques used in cold process soaps can’t be applied to melt and pour soap bases, there are ways to achieve really cool swirling effects in melt and pour. Using one such technique results in this yummy candy cane swirl soap, perfect for a last minute Christmas gift!
Join the first ever SAL (Soap-Along) with this fun Christmas themed cold process soap project. Learn new techniques and skills! Connect and share with like-minded passionate soapers. And experience a fun and exciting mystery adventure! Join now!
Need a quick and easy project? These cute little Christmas soaps are made with melt and pour soap and will be ready to gift in hours. Great for stocking fillers, secret Santa, last minute gifts and something the kids can make for nana, granddad, family and friends!