Soapylove: Squeaky-Clean Projects Using Melt-and-Pour Soap

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North Light Books, Sep 16, 2009 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Melt & Pour and so much more!

&break;&break;Soapylove shows you how to turn a glycerin melt-and-pour soap base into tempting, stylish soaps. You'll learn fun and easy techniques for 25 yummy projects featuring bright colors, amazing designs and delicious scents.&break;&break;Glycerin melt-and-pour soap is very easy to use - a microwave or stovetop is all you need! There is no messy boiling or complicated mixing.&break;Techniques not yet found in any glycerin soap project book, including how to make cameos, plaid patterns, soap pops and even jelly donut soaps.&break;The ins and outs of melt-and-pour soap supplies, allowing you to experiment with your own style.&break;&break;So come on in and start creating - you're bound to "Feel the love!"

 

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Contents

Introduction
Materials Techniques
Cutwork
Using Molds Creatively
Color Techniques
Unusual Tools Materials
Index
Copyright

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About the author (2009)

Debbie Chialtas is a naturally creative person whose original inspiration was in fashion design. About two years ago, Debbie began experimenting with glycerin melt-and-pour soap, and she found a new creative energy that she's translated into a successful online business. The author's web site is www.soapylove.com.

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