I made a column swirl soap in a silicone slab mold yesterday and today I wanted to show you how I cut slabs. If you’re lucky enough to have a slab mold with lines or dividers then that makes it easier. But if you don’t…it can be a bit of a challenge. Here’s how I do […]
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I had a great advanced soap class on Saturday. This class focuses on advanced design techniques. I first demo several different techniques then the students get turned loose to make their own soap. They each make 1 funnel swirl loaf, 1 slab swirl and 1 layered soap loaf with a mica line and embeds. I think they […]
I’ve been wanting a slab mold with dividers for a long time and finally decided on trying out Bramble Berry’s Baltic Birch 9 Bar Wooden Mold (that’s a mouth full). Yes, you have to line it but that is super easy. Here’s a video. I also ordered some of the Baby Rose Fragrance. So for the first […]
I’m lucky I happen to have a personal mold maker (when I can tear him away from making guitars). One that never questions why or says…”Good lord, girl! I just made you a mold last week!” I really wanted a small test slab for making swirly patterns. One that made about 3-4 bars. So […]