50 Fun & Fabulous Soaps to Melt & Pour

Book - 2003
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Melt-and-pour soapmaking is the perfect easy and safe craft for kids, and this is the ideal guide to teach them how to do it. All the basics are covered to ensure "sud-sational" success, and 56 fun projects and nearly 300 colorful photos add to the appeal. The fun begins with choosing a soap base and selecting molds, from 3-D seashells and eggs to sandbox toys. Add fragrance, color, or other pizzazzy extras, such as pearlescent powder, shimmery cosmetic grade glitter, crushed dried flower petals, or herbs. Children will have a blast getting wacky with gross-out eyeball soaps, making soap popsicles complete with a wooden stick, getting happy with smiley faces, fashioning a soapasaurus, or cooking up "alphabet soap." Great gift ideas include a Best Friend Soap Bracelet or clear bar with a photo embedded for Grandma. Plus, there are cool soap facts throughout.

Baker & Taylor
Teaches techniques for soapmaking, and offers project instructions for creating soaps embedded with toys, scented soaps, and unusual-looking soaps.

Publisher: New York : Lark Books, c2003
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781579904166
Characteristics: 112 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm

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