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on: September 30, 2009 10:39:48 PM 
Started by prettysoldier77, Message by prettysoldier77
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First time making soap, everyone on here makes it look so easy. So I went to Joannes, picked up a brick of glycerine, dye, tinkerbell stickers, and a mold. In all it cost about $20. Then I headed over to the Dollar Tree and found these neat skull molds for ice cubes, a spray bottle & rubbing alcohol. And came out with these. To make the zombie soaps, first I put a drop of red coloring in the mold, then poured the green colored soap into the mold. It made an awesome swirl effect and each soap was a little different.

A lesson I learned!! Do not pour searing hot soap on top of already cooled soap. it will not layer, it will melt a crator into the cooled soap ='( boo.

on: October 07, 2009 05:04:06 PM 
Started by prettysoldier77, Message by Nesse
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these are way cute! I made some too, but mine were hot processed, so they're not as pretty.

I love how we saw an ice cube tray and automatically thought SOAP!
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