Thank you to Two Tadpoles, Teresa, One Bubble, Amber’s Ambry, and Soapaholics Anonymous for the blog shout outs this week.
Heidi, your heat transfer method soap pictured above looks amazing. The texture really adds interest to the bar.
Teresa, the soap (pictured on right) that your boys made is adorable! I love that you are creating positive memories with your boys, utilizing this fun art form.
Thank you to the Soap Queen reader that alerted me to this YouTube video on how to felt soap.
Feedblitz subscribers, you have to go to the blog to see the video. If you make CP soap and every have ugly CP soap that you want to salvage, the video is worth watching.
Mary Jo Younkins says
that is a very cool video, wonder if it works with MP soap too?
Becky with Bramble Berry says
Hi Mary Jo!
It might get soggy and soft, but we’ve never tried it before, so we can’t say for certain! If you do end up trying it, let us know how it turns out. 🙂
-Becky with Bramble Berry
I was interested in felting, but if I do it I think I will wear gloves…Not sure I want someone else’s skin cels on my face. LOL
I want to learn more about felting soap. Can you do a Soap Queen tutorial one of these days?
Teresa (was ShadesOfGrey) says
You’re sweet, Anne-Marie! The kids couldn’t have done it if it weren’t for Bramble Berry’s fine products, though.
Neat video on felting soap. We have dh’s grandmother’s washboard I can use. Maybe I’ll get the kids to try it as a lesson on how women used to have to do laundry. 😉