We have been busily working on the final details for the Otion Soap Intensive Weekend (August 13-15 in beautiful Bellingham, WA). Erin Pikor is a confirmed Melt and Pour teacher at this summer’s Soap Weekend Intensive. We are absolutely, head over heels, thrilled that she’ll be a part of the festivities. Check out Erin’s Etsy Shop, Naiad Soap Arts website and blog.
Here’s a sneak peek at one of the projects she’ll be teaching.
Read more and sign up for SWI here!
Possibly. I can’t promise anything but it would be great! =)
Wow – is there any chance of getting the instructions for this one up on the Bramble Berry site (similar to the Plaid Soap online tutorial video)? I was thinking of doing something similar using the sphere soap mold for the circles and a shot glass ice cube mold for the rings but I never envisioned something quite so cool as this!
Fabulous I can’t wait!
Solid Bubble Bars? Sure, I can play with that type of concept and see what I come up with after testing. I’ve made a few bubble bars in the past and would love to take up that fun project after the Soap Guild Show. Until the Soap Guild Show, I am totally 100% liquid soap all the time during most of my play times. =)
Ohh!, it´s different, really nice, I love this soap.
I was wondering if you would ever do an intructional or soap queen tv episode on solid bubble bars? Like the ones Lush does?
Mod and chic soap?! Who woulda thunk? I love them!
This is very cool looking and I’m ready to go home and soap now.
WOW those are some of the neatest looking soaps I have seen in a long time! It would be so fun to take one of your weekend classes.
Michelle in NV
Oh my gosh those are so cool!