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« on: August 30, 2004 07:10:16 PM »

I've seen so many nice soap ideas  Roll Eyes Grin...but where can i get soap molds Undecided...i have no idea Embarrassed
« Reply #1 on: August 30, 2004 07:12:44 PM »

Hi, this is my first post. I love making soap and one of my fav websites is http://fromnaturewithlove.com/
also http://www.soapcrafters.com/ is a good one as well.
i hope this helps.

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« Reply #2 on: August 31, 2004 02:02:25 PM »

What about micheals??
« Reply #3 on: September 14, 2004 10:11:37 AM »

sorry for the late reply. micheals is ok but thet have a linited selection. the micheals where i am from is pretty small, maybe yours is bigger. ypu can relly use anything though. hjowever, if you are making cold process soap you shoud not use metal. If you are in a $ crunch you can use a shoe box covered with parchment paper. Miter the corneres and tape with duct tape in the side closest to the box. I fyou have any other questions pm me i have been making soap for quite a while now and i might be able to help.

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« Reply #4 on: September 17, 2004 06:54:38 PM »

I agree...Micheal's soap mold selection isn't that great.

Are you in Canada? If so, you may want to check out out www.tubosoap.com (its where I order my soap making supplies, prices are good, in Canadian$ and they ship promptly) Or if you are in Toronto check out the Soapscope shop (or visit online at www.soapscope.com) Its a bit more pricier.

Dont forget that ice cube trays and rubber muffin molds work for soap making too. (IKEA always has fun shaped ice cube trays such as stars, arrows, animals,etc)
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« Reply #5 on: October 11, 2004 12:27:00 PM »

not quite sure if i should post this question here but i didn't wanted to start a new thread just for a question.
does anyone knows of any soap supplies sellers in europe? i can't find soap molds around here and would like to save some money on shipping.


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« Reply #6 on: October 28, 2004 11:52:16 AM »

hi guys, was wondering if anyone can help me. i make soy wax candles and was wondering if the fragrance oils i use for them are good for soap making as well???
« Reply #7 on: October 29, 2004 08:46:00 AM »

hi guys, was wondering if anyone can help me. i make soy wax candles and was wondering if the fragrance oils i use for them are good for soap making as well???

I think it depends on the fragrance.  Since the fragrances used in candles don't have to be skin-safe, they may not be.  But there are many fragrance oils made for use both with soap and candles, so you may be fine.  And if you're using essential oils, they're fine for soaps.  Check the ingredients, and go to the website of the manufacturer to make sure that your oils are safe for use in soaps.

I've seen so many nice soap ideas Roll Eyes Grin...but where can i get soap molds Undecided...i have no idea Embarrassed

JoAnn's and Michael's both have limited mold selections, but they're not a bad place to start if you're making soap (especially melt and pour) for the first time.  As pixiebat points out, you can really use almost anything.  I make M&P soaps, and use muffin tins, tennis ball tubes, ice cube trays and plastic water bottles for soap as well as pre-made ones.  Candy-making molds are great, too, especially for fun shapes.  Depends, really, on what you want to make!
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« Reply #8 on: November 08, 2004 05:44:34 AM »

milkyway molds has a lot of great molds but they have a 50.00 order minimum.


brambleberry has a lot of the milkyway molds with no minimum.


Those are just two off the top of my head.  There are tons of soap suppliers out there.
Just google for CP soap molds and see what turns up. Smiley

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