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  • Homemade Herb Soap Tutorial

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    Handmade soap tutorial First up from the herb garden – my very own soap! I thought this would be a lovely homemade Mother’s Day or Teacher Appreciation gift. I picked up some plain, unscented glycerin soap and added herbs from the new garden and some citrus. I love the smell and bright green color of mint. I diced up some rosemary to add with lemon zest. I found some great napkins at Goodwill (where else) for 25 cents and some 50% off ribbon

  • Handmade soap: Apple Soap Teacher’s Gift

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    Handmade soap: Apple Soap Teacher's Gift The end of the school year is here all ready and it's time to make teachers gift's. If you are like me this is a very hard thing to do. I never know what to make or buy. My good friend came up with a brilliant idea to make apple soaps as gifts. She is brilliant I tell ya, brilliant. Of course we should make cute little apple soap to spoil my kids teachers. Okay

  • Baby favor: Sweet Soap tutorial

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    Baby favor: Sweet Soap tutorial Don't these look good enough to eat? And I do believe this is the ideal meal.....one hot dog and three pieces of cake! I embedded Iwako erasers between layers of clear melt and pour soap. These erasers are so realistic. Here's how I did it. I poured a 1/4 inch layer of clear soap in the bottom of the molds. After two minutes, I placed the erasers, face down, in the soap. After a few minutes

  • Baby favor: How To Get Boys Clean, handmade soap

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    How do you get little boys to wash up? Put fun erasers inside bars of melt and pour soap! And these fun soaps will have those boys sudsing up all the time! Baby favor: How To Get Boys Clean, handmade soap Baseball anyone? This one came out a little cloudy. That helicopter shouldn't have taken off in foggy weather! Farm equipment is always popular! And when they have used up the soap, they have a fun little eraser to show for all

  • Handmade soap tutorial: LEAF + WATER = SOAP

    Hallooween's day, Holiday & seasonal crafts, Soap  |  0 Commenthandmade soap tutorial: leaf + water = soap

    so...i realized...maybe it was time to fall-ify my house...you know...since all three of my tree's leaves have turned...anywho...for me...first thing i like to do is change up my soap scents...gotta get my nose in the holiday spirit...then the rest will follow... well...got to thinking that i wanted do something a little different than the 'ol bath & body works pump...and these little single use soaps came to mind...i didn't feel right leaf-ing it up to you to figure out how they

  • Handmade soap: Natural Soap Favor tutorial

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    This project is so simple yet so stunning. To cover the soap slice pictured above, our team opted for clean used brown paper lunch bags that we collected from friends and family who just can’t give up using paper lunch bags. By crumpling the bags we achieved a beautiful raw looking texture.       Materials Required: Organic soap slices of your choice. (Natural soaps can be purchased sliced or in loaves and you slice them yourself) Paper to wrap around soap (ie. clean used brown paper

  • Decorative Soaps tutorial

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     Crafts tutorial   While this started as a "Kids in the Kitchen" post, I thought someone could make these quick fun soaps with an adult theme. Okay, NOT an "adult" theme! But with attractive decorative stickers that would match a bathroom.     This was a project I made with each of my preschool classes. I used to have my own children do them at home as well, for the holidays.     For this sports soap I placed three stickers together. You will need some new soaps (you can

  • Handmade soap: Fish in a Bag Soap Tutorial

    Soap  |  0 Commenthandmade soap: fish in a bag soap tutorial

     Handmade soap tutorial Fish in a Bag Soap Tutorial Materials: Clear Glycerin Soap Plastic Fish (ours are from Oriental Trading Co.) Microwave Safe Bowl (Bowl with a pour spout works best.) Microwave Kitchen Knife 4"X8" Clear Poly Bags at least 1.5 millimeters thick. Twist Ties Rubbing Alcohol in a small spray bottle. Chopstick or Skewer Ice water in a large/ medium bowl. Fragrance Oil (optional) Ribbon 1. Cut soap into several small square pieces. 2. Place cut pieces in a microwave safe bowl and melt in the microwave. (45 seconds on high then 10 second intervals

  • Baskets of soap tutorial

    Flower arrangement, Other crafts, Soap  |  0 Commentbaskets of soap tutorial

    . Required us to do stuff with soap baskets: soaps regular shape, needles, various ribbons, beads and dekomaterial. [More] 3. Draw a pencil or a needle on the soap lines and ovals, where there should be a brand if the brand without a bead on the end, it is possible for such brand-strung beads, as is done in my 4. Fasten the ribbon for the needle and begin to criss-cross upper part 5. So here is a bundle can be attached ribbon for a needle 6. This is how braided

  • Sympathy baskets: Basket of soaps tutorial

    Other crafts, Soap  |  0 Commentsympathy baskets: basket of soaps tutorial

    2. Required us to do stuff with soap baskets: soaps regular shape, needles, various ribbons, beads and dekomaterial. 3. Draw a pencil or a needle on the soap lines and ovals, where there should be a brand if the brand without a bead on the end, it is possible for such brand-strung beads, as is done in my 4. Fasten the ribbon for the needle and begin to criss-cross upper part 5. So here is a bundle can be attached ribbon for a needle 6. This is how braided

  • Soapy love: more patterns

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  • Recipe for soap “Winter Rose”

    Soap, Video  |  0 Commentrecipe for soap “winter rose”

      See also our video - Lessons for mylovaniyu , they will help you to create a soap-style shapes, textures and colors. Ingredients: 150 g of caustic soda 375 ml of distilled water 350 ml olive oil 400 ml coconut oil 50 ml oil rosehip 200 ml sweet almond oil 5 ml of oil rose Kazanluk 15 ml of geranium oil 10 drops of oil of black pepper 10 drops of oil of nutmeg 30 g red pepper 15 grams of cayenne pepper 5 g grated walnut leaves. 1. Follow the detailed step by step instructions



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