Candy and I spent Saturday afternoon in a private class, making a whole bin’s worth of soapy goodies. We started with the “Swirled Heart” technique in cold process.
Candy was a pro! She got the hang of it right away and did an excellent job bringing the skewer to the edge of the mold to pull it out, rather than right out of the center.
Candy made some great single bars with the same technique in these handy take-home lidded molds.
The swirled heart technique is SO much fun, and it’s one of those instant gratification swirls (my favorite). In keeping with the love theme, we then worked on a melt-and-pour heart embed project.
We took a break from soap and made luscious lip balm from scratch. Check out this fun layered lip balm with Candy’s own custom color blend in the bottom layer.
Back to melt-and-pour! We also made this adorable jelly roll soap with two embedded rolls. Love!
We finished off the class with an adorable layered melt-and-pour loaf with bright, cheery colors.
Judging by this bin full of soapy projects, I’d say we had a pretty fun and productive class. Thank you Candy! I can’t wait to see your future projects.