What’s New: Winter 2014 Edition

The are holidays said and done and the new year is underway, so now is the time treat yourself to new soapy products.  There are dozens of new products (including a crazy triangle spatula and new silicone molds) since the last What’s New post. In the upcoming year, you can expect more new items based on your suggestions.

Fragrance Oils

Sunny Herb Garden Fragrance Oil, Sugared Fruit Surplus Fragrance Oil, Wildflower Honey Fragrance Oil, Tobacco & Bay Leaf Fragrance Oil

Four new fragrances were added to an ever expanding fragrance collectionSunny Herb Garden and Tobacco & Bay Leaf are both earthy, masculine scents. Wildflower Honey is subtly sweet, while Sugared Fruit smells just like its name implies — delightfully sweet candied fruit!

Silicone Molds and Liners

Silicone Liner for 9 Bar Mold, Mini Square Silicone Column Mold, Mini Round Silicone Column Mold and Mini Heart Silicone Column Mold

Make your soaping sessions even more convenient with a silicone liner for the 9 Bar Birchwood Mold. These liners make unmolding soap quick and easy, and you can even use them to make melt and pour projects too. Keep in mind that silicone insulates cold process soap much better than paper liners, which means it can take longer for the soap to harden. We recommend adding 1 teaspoon of Sodium Lactate per pound of oils in the recipe to release soap from the mold faster.

Embedding shapes are a snap with three silicone column embeds. They are watertight, so they’re suitable for both melt and pour and cold process. For more on how to use them, check out this Rainbow Hearts Melt & Pour project featuring the Mini Heart Silicone Column Mold.


Neon Blue Raspberry Colorant, Extra Small Pink Sea Salt

Since finding Neon Blue Raspberry Colorant, it’s become a go-to colorant for cold process projects. This colorant is approved for soaps, lotions, lip products and even eye shadows. It’s also non bleeding! Recently, it has been used in the Amethyst Garden and Cherry Blossom Glitter cold process tutorials. The Extra Small Pink Sea Salt provides color as well as gentle exfoliation to scrubs and soaps. Try it out in this Pink Sea Salt Foot Scrub.


2 Quart Glass Mixing Bowl, Guest/Standard Dividers for 36 Bar Birch Mold, Squeeze Bottle and Triangle Silicone Spatula

You can never have too many soapy tools to ensure soapy success. The 2 Quart Glass Mixing Bowl and Squeeze Bottles are staple tools in the Soap Queen Lab, while the Triangle Silicone Spatula will help you scrape every last bit of batter out of your containers. After you’ve used these tools to make your project, use the Guest/Standard Dividers for the 36 Bar Birch Mold to add the finishing touch. These dividers are unique in that they create 24 guest-size soaps (2 oz.) and 24 standard-size soaps (4 oz.).

Butters, oils & preservatives

Creamy Body Butter Base, Virgin Coconut Oil, Optiphen ND

If you’re looking to expand your soapy product line, the premade Creamy Body Butter Base makes it easy. Luxurious and moisturizing, the base comes unscented and uncolored. The recommended fragrance usage rate is 1% – 2% or about 0.2 oz in 16 oz. of lotion. Use LabColors to color the base. To switch up your soapy recipes, consider using Virgin Coconut Oil. It comes from a certified organic manufacturer, and behaves just like regular Coconut Oil. To preserve your lotions, scrubs or shampoos, Optiphen ND is a highly effective paraben and formaldehyde-free preservative. The recommend usage rate for this preservative is 1%.


Creating a Custom Silicone Slab or Block Mold for Soapmaking, Let’s Get Soapy E-Zine Kit #2 and Let’s Get Soapy E-zine Kit #1

Expand your soapy knowledge and be inspired with new e-books and zines. Learn all about silicone molds and how to create your own in Creating a Custom Silicone Slab or Block Mold for Soapmaking. You can also find pages upon pages of soapy inspiration from the Let’s Get Soapy E-Zine Kits #1 and #2.


Do you have a football fan in your life? There’s a mold for that! From beautiful butterflies to basic shapes and cute puppy paws, the newest crop of molds has something for everyone.

Guest 5 Butterfly Mold, Guest Mini Football Mold, Guest Mini Flip Flop Mold, Guest 4 in 1 Mold


Guest Gold Fish Mold, Guest Mini Mustache Mold, Guest Mini Peppermint Candy Mold, Guest Mini Snowman Mold

Guest Mini Soccer Ball Mold, Guest Tray Handmade Mold, Guest Mini Watermelon & Hearts Mold, Kid Critters 5 Mold

Paw Print Mold, Tropical Vine Mold

I’m curious, if you could have any of these products, which one would you choose? 

36 Responses to “What’s New: Winter 2014 Edition”

  1. What a lot of fun stuff! It’s always nice to see what’s new out there. I’m pretty sure that a future order of mine will contain some mini silicone column molds and the neon blue raspberry colorant.

  2. Victoria says:

    That koi mold, it’s adorable! Not sure what I’d do with it, but I think I have to have it.

    • Amanda says:

      Hi Victoria!

      Isn’t it cute? That’s a favorite of mine as well. I think melt and pour would work great for that mold, I can see the tail looking beautiful with lots of layered melt and pour!

      -Amanda with Bramble Berry

  3. Anna-Rose says:

    So much fun new things! I literally bought all the new silicone molds 10 minutes ago!!!

  4. Karen Bliss says:

    Great new stuff! If I could pick from that list, I would want the paw print slab mold. I am working on developing a doggie soap and that would be a great mold for it.

  5. Michael says:

    I agree with everyone – lots of great new stuff. My “wish” choice would have to be the mini-column molds. I’m dying to use one of them some time.

  6. Julie Maro says:

    Would love to know how you do the different colors on the molds such as the football, watermelon, soccer ball etc. Thanks!

  7. Addy says:

    I love fragrances, colors, and molds (especially for embedding!). That being said, I’ve got the mini heart column in my wish list-I’d love to embed colored hearts in a loaf, like in your post a few days ago!

  8. cindy stares says:

    I would love the brambleberry liner. My darling husband surprised me by buying me the soap cutter. I just picked it up today all the way from America!!! Wow!! I have never been more excited in my life. Thank you so much Brambleberry for all you do.

  9. Patrice says:

    Everything looks like lots of fun. I definitely am gonna try the creamy body butter soon though.

  10. Shannon says:

    Oh my! If I had to pick one it, would be the Neon Blue Raspberry Colorant; it looks like super fantastic fun!! But as usual, anything “Bramble Berry” dazzles me. I adore the Paw Print Mold, the Butterfly Mold, and I’m gonna have to try the Creamy Body Butter Base… oh, my!

    • Amanda says:

      Hi Shannon!

      The Neon Blue Raspberry Colorant is really beautiful, it’s a favorite of mine for sure! I’m glad you enjoyed this post! :)

      -Amanda with Bramble Berry

  11. Ooh so many nice goodies, so little money (with the exchange rate the way it is at the moment. ha ha)
    I think I would have to say a must have are the silicone moulds/ liners. They make soaping sooo much easier adn save so much time.

  12. Patricia says:

    I would love the mixing bowl. You can never have enough

  13. Shannon says:

    Anything on that page? I would love the fragrance oils! Love to try a new fragrance, always.

  14. Deborah says:

    I just bought the mini silicone mold kit, so it would have to be the wildflower honey fragrance or the mixing bowl

  15. Leilani says:

    I would like to try the mini silicone molds, I imagine some fun creative soaps that could be made with them!

    • Amanda says:

      Hi Leilani!

      The Silicone Molds are fabulous! They make unmolding your soap so quick and easy, and the column molds give you so many creative options! :)

      -Amanda with Bramble Berry

  16. All of these new products are amazing and I can garuntee that my future orders wil contain some of those mini silicone molds and that Clue Raspberry colorant as well as all of those fragrance oils!!! I am so excited!!

    • Amanda says:

      Hi Janel!

      I’m happy to hear you enjoyed this post! The Silicone Molds are fabulous, and I would really recommend giving the Neon Blue Raspberry Colorant a try, it’s such a beautiful color :)

      -Amanda with Bramble Berry

  17. Taylor L. says:

    love the snowman mold! its perfect for craft fairs and i sold a ton

  18. Corri says:

    I want to make some of the little snowman soaps. I can’t quite figure out what color blocks to use for the blue hat and orange nose. Any advice? Thank you!

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