How to Stamp Soap

www.brambleberry.com In this episode of Soap Queen TV, Anne-Marie shows how to stamp soap. Stamping your handmade soap is an easy way to add that special detail to your soap. You can stamp Cold Process or Melt & Pour soap but there are some important tricks to know for a successful bar of soap. Fortunately, Anne-Marie is here to showyou how! Are you a blog ger? Please feel free to embed this video on your blog . If you need any help just let us know! info@brambleberry.com Anne-Marie Faiola is the owner of Bramble Berry http author of Soap Queen Blog www.soapqueen.com and developer of Teach Soap http Music: PsyWoofers’ “Dancing 4 Joy” All supplies used in this video can be purchased at www.brambleberry.com

Anne-Marie had so much to share with you on how to make candles that we broke this episode up into 2 parts. This is part one. In this the final episode of our 2009 Holiday Series, Anne-Marie demonstrates how to make a candle in a cute little travel tin. This episode is just packed full of great candlemaking information, from how to use liquid and solid candle dyes, to troubleshooting common problems. And as if that wasn’t enough she is providing a link to the label template she used in the video . www.brambleberry.com Are you a blog ger? Please feel free to embed this video on your blog . If you need any help just let us know! info@brambleberry.com Anne-Marie Faiola is the owner of Bramble Berry www.brambleberry.com, author of Soap Queen Blog http and developer of Teach Soap www.teachsoap.com. Music PsyWoofers’ “Dancing 4 Joy” All supplies used can be purchased at www.brambleberry.com
Video Rating: 5 / 5


12 Comments/Reviews

  • soapqueentv says:

    Yes, always wrap your M&P soap as soon as possible. And they should last many months and look as good as they did when you made them.

  • soapqueentv says:

    It usually lasts for a few washes. Mostly it’s there to look pretty when you first get your soap!

  • soapqueentv says:

    I have found that even if I pour when there’s still a little rubbing alcohol on the surface it just disappears by the time I unmold my soap.

  • soapqueentv says:

    We carry both solid and liquid candle dyes – but are transitioning to just the solid dyes. They are easier to use and less messy.

  • soapqueentv says:

    Absolutely not, that’s the great thing about making your own stuff. If you don’t want to add fragrance – you don’t have to!

  • soapqueentv says:

    Wax gets really hot and can shatter or melt the container you use to heat it up in the microwave. So stainless steel pots are best.

  • soapqueentv says:

    It was safe to melt the massage candle in the microwave because I wasn’t melting JUST the wax. The oils and butters were also included in the container which lowered the overall melting temperature. Just straight wax is hotter when it’s melted and that can result in shattered containers in the microwave. Does that answer your question?

  • EarlyBirdie82 says:

    I’m kind of confused…. for the message candle, you melted it in the microwave, but here you said that you don’t do that to melt wax?? Also, why does it have a higher pouring temperature?

  • blizzardoakenshield says:

    i use an old crock pot to melt my wax because once you get the wax melted you can put the crock pot on low to keep it melted but not real hot and the crock pot heats the wax evenly and i use an old laddle for dipping the wax up and i only use a couple of drops of scent because the scents that i use are strong but i would like to know where to get the candle tins used in this video

  • soapqueentv says:

    Not all fragrances have a good hot and cold throw. So the one you used might just be one of those. That’s why it’s always a good idea to do a little test candle first.

  • domimami says:

    I love your videos Anne-Marie. I tried this holiday candle, but for some reason the fragrance has a great throw when its cold but NO smell at all when I burn the candle. What am I doing wrong?

  • xPoppyBear says:

    I Really Love These Videos! Keep Going XD xx

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