We’re absolutely a’twitter with our hearts a’flutter over these super cute soaps made by Amanda from Lovin’ Soap. What’s even cooler about these soaps is that she shares her technique to make them (and more!) in her brand new E-Zine, Lovin’ Soap.
Filled with cold process soap tutorials on utilizing color for some delightful projects, this E-Zine is professionally laid out and features an interview with a professional soaper as well as (eyes downcast modestly) moi.
Want to learn more or buy the E-Zine? Click here to check it out. It’s attractively priced at $8.99 for 27 pages of projects, definitions (emulsion versus trace), interviews and adorable downloadable labels for your own soapy projects.
But WAIT, there’s MORE! Anyone that buys this E-Zine by the end of January will receive the Soap Queen Melt and Pour (2008-2009) Compilation for free! It’s a two-fer! Or, a freebie that we can all get in a lather about.
This is an electronic file in PDF format – once your payment is processed (usually within 24 hours during the week, a bit longer on the weekends) you will be able to download a copy from your account at brambleberry.com so keep your log-in information handy.
Thank you I will try this:)
Some great recipes on these sites:
But the secret to a DISPERSING bath oil that doesn’t just sit on the top of the water is to use Turkey Red Castor Oil or Sulfinated Castor Oil. It disperses in the water nicely and doesn’t just sit on top of the water.
I hope this helps.
I have a question for you soapqueen 😉 Do you have recipes for bath oil for children? I want to make one for my nephew, he has a weary dry skin so his mom my sister makes him take a oil bath before night time, But the oil that she buys are so expensive so I was thinking about making some for her :)if you have any idea, I would love to hear it 🙂