Soapmaking: 50 Fun & Fabulous Soaps to Melt & Pour

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Lark Books, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
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"A perfect combination of text, color photography, design, and child models....This welcome activity book will surely please children and the adults who work with them."--School Library Journal

With this ideal guide in hand, kids will enjoy sud-sational soapmaking success. Here are all the basics of the easy melt and pour technique, with 56 fun projects and nearly 300 colorful photos. Children will have a blast creating gross-out eyeball soaps or smiley faces; fashioning a soapasaurus; or cooking up some "alphabet soap."
 

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Contents

START HERE
10
THE PROJECTS
24
Wild and Wacky
48
Celebrating the Seasons
58
Animals 1
66
Pizza Party
76
lce Treats
82
Start Your
108
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Joe Rhatigan has taught middle and high school, and was a copywriter and marketing manager for a major book publisher. He currently lives and works in Asheville, North Carolina, as the Children's Book Editor for Lark Books.

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