I was boxing up some soap to donate and ran across some naturally colored soaps. I decided to take a quick picture to share.  These soaps were made adding the herb/spice/clay to trace. The photo was taken after 6 months so you can see that some (nettle) have faded.

Natural Soap Colorants in Cold Process Soap

I was boxing up some soap to donate and ran across some naturally colored soaps. I decided to take a quick picture to share. These soaps were made adding the herb/spice/clay to trace. The photo was…

How to make Winter Wonderland Christmas Soap

Winter Wonderland Christmas Soap

This beautiful dusty-blue gradiated Winter Wonderland Christmas Soap is my last soap of the 2016 Christmas soaping season, and I love it. I tried a new technique for the first time, and while I’m super excited to play with it … Continue reading →

Single Oil Soaps - Learning Saponified Properties of Soapmaking Oils

Single Oil Soaps - Learning Saponified Properties of Soapmaking Oils

This Cold Process Soap Design Directory includes over 100 tutorials for various soap techniques!

Cold Process Soap Design Directory

This Cold Process Soap Design Directory includes over 100 tutorials for various soap techniques! - Crafts All Over

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Tea Tree Charcoal Soap - all-natural olive oil soap with tea tree, lavender, and activated charcoal

Mediterranean Sea Salt Soap - Made with mineral-rich Brazillian sea salt and crowned by a sprinkling of pink Himalayan salt crystals, 50% sea salt by weight. Ingredients: Coconut oil, Brazilian sea salt, sea salt, water, sodium hydroxide, olive oil, castor oil, rosemary oleoresin, Himalayan pink salt, fragrance, and hydrated chrome green oxide.

DIY GIFT BOXES by Whoopi Mediterranean Spa Cold Process Sea Salt Soap handmade soap wrap This looks amazing!

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Slow to trace Soap Recipes - this is useful for highly decorated soaps. Usually soaps with high amount of unsaturated fats trace slowly. Always consider your fragrance or essential oils as some do make the soap trace immediately or very fast!

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