I love ur videos u inspired me to make and do art but mostly soap
They look amazing!!??
love this, im getting married this year and this would be an amazing wedding favor for my guest
Hello I love the way u make soap I watched. one episode and then I watched all of them
hi how are u i usually watch ur videos really amazing
I'm going to make these for my family and friends for Christmas. This will be my first time making soap. Do you have any tips to help me?
are the colors Dye?can i use food coloring too/instead?
Very beautiful and full of talent. I found a great inspiration I love making soaps. so keep I love you and your wonderful work …..
Hi Carter! Thanks for the suggestion! =)
can u make soap shaped like fashion elements please I love fashionjohn 3;16😉
i really love all of your videos!! i'm so ready to start making my own soap!
You would add just a small touch of the Liquid Blue colorant to your already melted soap to get it crystal clear. I hope this helps! =)
hi,i've just wondered what you add to clear soap while making 'bluing process' ?
I don't recall the name of this particular font, but you can use almost any cursive font on your computer! I'd suggest experimenting and coming up with one that works for you. =)
what is the name of the font that you use?
It wasn't actually! Just tilt your head to the right and you'll see it's a backwards B. I'm assuming you tilted your head to the left, which is why it looks correct. Usually the smaller bump of the B is the top.
I am so happy to hear that you have been enjoying them! You can also check out the Soap Queen blog for more fun and easy recipes. =)
Funny thing I just noticed after watching this video 3 times… the letter "B" wasn't placed face down, lol. I CAN learn from someone else's mistake…YAY! Thanks for ALL of these great Soap Queen TV videos!
Let us know how yours turn out! And, if you get any pictures be sure to share them on Bramble Berry's Facebook page. =)
This is fantastic! very creative and perfect as a token to my guest..
Hi! Currently, we don't have any plans to make a Bratz soap, but if you can make your very own with water soluble paper. =) We have found that the rubbing alcohol really helps for the layers to stick together as well as preventing air bubbles in melt and pour soap. The smell seems to be a lot at first but it dissipates quite quickly and you are left with a yummy smelling bar of soap.
Sorry for the confusion with terminology! What is meant by bursts is time-increments. When melting your soap, you will want to melt it down at 30-second intervals to make sure the soap doesn't get too hot.
what is a burst
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I think that your guests would love a special treat after that wedding! You will have to let us know how they turn out.
These soaps are great wedding favors, thank you gifts and gifts for any holiday during the year! 🙂
i just didnt want to buy favors that ppl would think were useless and throw them away…thats money right there… :/ but with this i for sure know my money wont go to the trash.they'll love these,they're unique and they'll acutally use them. their jaws will drop when they know i did them 🙂 i just hope its not too late to give them…:(
FUUUUU…….. why didnt i see this video for my wedding favors…whatever ill make them anyways and give them away cuz i didnt give any favors to my guests cuz i had no idea what to give…and for a while i thought i was broke. turns out i had more than enough money and one of my guests after i came back from my honey moon gave me a 500 dollar check!! so yeah no way i was broke i could have afforded favors 🙁 i learned to stop being so selfish with money lol
You can absolutely use the leftover parts of one melt-and-pour project in another M&P soap…your imagination is the limit! Just melt it down and use however you would like in your next project. 🙂
When the 'A' was cut out, there was a ton of excess around it that wasn't used. Can you re-melt it to make more shapes or is there something else you recommend.
Hi @Honeyglitter1. Rubbing alcohol is going to be the best to use, but any percentage of ispropyl alochol will work. In a pinch we've heard of soapers using hair spray (because it contains alcohol) but probably don't want to use that all of the time. Vodka wouldn't work because it doesn't have the same properties as the rubbing alcohol.