Soap Queen TV Makes Soap for a Gardener

Learn to make a soap that is perfect for scrubbing those green thumbs clean! In this episode of Soap Queen TV, Anne-Marie shows how to make a beautifully layered soap using 2 kinds of natural exfoliants – Walnut Shells and Shredded Loofah. This project is perfect for that gardener in your life or just someone who needs a little extra help getting those  little piggies clean! And if you’ve ever wondered about our tray molds, this episode shows just how easy it is to make 8 bars of soap at once.

Make Gardener’s Soap from Soap Queen on Vimeo.

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    • says

      Hi Emily!

      You can absolutely adjust the size of this batch to whatever you would like it to be and I can totally see it being a M&P loaf. You’ll have to keep us updated and we’d love to see how it turns out for you. =)

      Happy Soaping!
      -Becky with Bramble Berry

  1. K M says

    Has anyone else had a problem with the layers separating after a day or so? Mine did and I’m not sure what I did wrong. I used rubbing alcohol liberally and followed the time allotments between the layers.

    • says

      Hi K! When you were pouring your layers, did you spray right before you poured them? It is important to spray the layers when they are fresh so that you can get them to stick together. You don’t want to wait to long or let it dry overnight. :)
      -Becky with Bramble Berry

  2. Carlita Carioca says

    Hi, I am just getting into making soaps and wanted to try this wonderful gardener’s soap out. Unfortunately, Bramble Berry is all out, :[ Any idea when you may be getting more in stock?

    Also, do you think this would make a good exfoliating soap for anyone?

    Thank you.

  3. richelle says

    This soap was fun to make and easy. any suggestions for making this with fall essences or holiday scents that blend well and arent over powering.

  4. Mary says

    I ordered the kit, made the soaps. They all sold the first time I had them out. One of my little bottles was not in the package , but I had lemongrass and made on of the layers with that. It smelled so good. Just like the grass just after you cut it.

    • Anne-Marie says

      If you’re missing anything from your order, definitely toss us a note and we’ll make sure to get you everything you ordered =) Our email is info at brambleberry dot com and we’ll get you sorted out. But way to persevere and make the product anyways! Yay!

  5. Heidi says

    I ordered the Gardeners Soap kit last week and it’s suppose to be delivered tomorrow. I”m sooooo excited!!

  6. mary says

    can i mix the bases from the bulk 25 block. I have both the clear and goat milk. All I would need is the shea.

  7. Jean says

    I have the square tray mold and love being able to make so many bars at one time, but my mold bows up in the middle so all of the bars are lopsided (except for the center one which is flat, but much thinner than the rest). By any chance do you have any suggestions on how to flatten out the mold?

    I am definitely going to have to get some of the grass stain FO–I LOVE the smell of fresh cut grass!

    • says

      Wearing dish gloves, soak the mold in super hot water then you can either bend the mold back in place or put a small book on top of the mold as it cools.

      Hint: Boiling water will melt the mold so make sure it’s hot water, not boiling.

      Good luck!

      Courtney from Bramble Berry