Soap Queen Short- Rolling Soap!

Soap Queen Shorts are a supplement to our regular Soap Queen TV episodes, so that we can share more techniques and ideas with you.

In this Soap Queen Short I show the basics of soap sculpting. This quick little video was inspired by the soap sculpting challenge. I just wanted to show how easy it is to manipulate Melt & Pour soap when you know the trick!

In this quick video I show you how easy it is to roll up Melt & Pour soap when you add a little glycerin. For ideas on how to use sculpted soap check out this video where I embed a soap roll in soap and this video where I make soapy pinwheels and fortune cookie shaped soap.

How to Roll Melt & Pour Soap from Soap Queen on Vimeo.

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9 Comments

  1. Kelly says

    I often layer two colors together but find that unless the second pour is super hot, like almost boiling, they won’t bind well. Does the glycerin make them bind better?

    • says

      Hi Kelly!

      When you are layering, you soap doesn’t need to be so super hot, we like to keep it around 120-130 for our layering project. Are you using our Bramble Berry House Bases or another kind of base? :)

      -Becky with Bramble Berry

  2. Jen says

    This is adorable! I swear you’re a mind reader..I was just thinking about how i need to jazz up my soaps a bit! I really need to make some embeds because I love how much character they add : ).

    Would this work for cold process? Are there any other articles Soap Queen has on neat embeds..maybe with cold process or even making melt and pour from scratch?

    Thanks so much I am a huge fan!!My husband is sick of hearing about Brambleberry,lol.