Watch the video for a better example of the spatula swirling method. The movement is a swirling up, down, and around in an “S” shape.
Putting the Sunnybrook soap mold dividers into the mold is easy if you squeeze the outside two plastic pieces to hold the entire puzzle of inserts together.
Gently tapping on the counter to encourage air bubbles to rise to the surface is a good way to make sure you don’t get white bubbles in your finished bars. Remember to keep your eye protection on for this step.
Click here for Day One – Preparing the Color
Click here for Day Two – Pouring the First Layer
Click here for Day Two – Video
Click here for Day Three -Video
Click here for Day Three – Swirling
I just love LOVE your site! You have been so so helpful and such an inspiration! I was getting discouraged and your site and knowledge walked me trough it! THANK you!
Wow, thank you so much for your kind words. I’m so delighted that you like the site and I can’t wait to hear more from you as you continue in your soaping journey. =)
Ginger's Garden says
Thank you! what a great visual!
Joanna Schmidt says
I agree, thanks so much for the little video clips. I can’t wait to see it unmolded!
I agree, I’m a visual person and this is really great. Thanks for the pictures and the vid clips Anne Marie!!
Thank you for the video’s following your goat’s milk/herbal essence soap. I love a good visual and appreciate your time in sharing with us all.