Soapmaking: 50 Fun & Fabulous Soaps to Melt & Pour
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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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23 Fragrance Add fragrance alcohol and sprayer aluminum foil bottom choice Coloring choice Cosmetic-grade glitter choice Rubbing alcohol clear and opaque clear soap base colored soap Coloring of choice completely before unmolding convert To convert cookie sheet cornmeal cornstarch craft stick craft store Cut and melt decal embeds Exfoliates Explanation and Solution firm skin fragrance and coloring Fragrance of choice glycerin green coloring inch layer of soap Let it harden liquid glycerin loaf mold Supplies loofah lt's measuring cup melt the soap melted soap microwave Moisturizes opaque soap base polymer clay poured Prepare the mold ribbon round mold rubbing alcohol scent second layer Shea butter skin forms skin has formed slice snow globe soap base Mold soap cool slightly soap harden completely soap mold Soap paint Paintbrush soap slowly soap to fill soapmaking Spray Spritz Supplies on page tablespoons toothpick tube mold Unmold the soap wax paper