I've expanding from watching Royalty Soaps a little bit. I saw GypsyFae Creations post in Royalty Soap's comments on YouTube and have watched quite a few of her videos. She's more restful than Royalty Soaps - I love Katie Carson, but she's very upbeat, and some days that's not what I'm looking for. On GypseFae's … Continue reading GypsyFae Creations
I decided I wanted to give my father-in-law soap for his birthday. Is this a spoiler? He doesn't read my blog, so it's probably okay. Anywho, time to drag out the supplies! I had some new colors and scents arrive earlier this week that I had been waiting for, so it was time to play … Continue reading Mint and Sage Soap!
This month, when Royalty Soaps opened their shop, I was READY. I was refreshing the page, put the two soaps I wanted into my cart, tried to check out less than three minutes after open... and one of the soaps was already out of stock. The other soap was fine though, and I added some … Continue reading Royalty Soaps – I Couldn’t Resist
My supplies finally came, and I got to make some soap bars! I picked melt and pour soap making rather than cold process because I don't have a safe, well-ventilated, dog-free space to handle lye. The soap comes in big blocks having already turned oils and lye into soap. Like so: The white base will … Continue reading Trying Out Melt and Pour Soap
I've posted before about the amazing YouTube channel, Royalty Soaps, that you can find here. Katie has, most recently, had some beginner videos for cold process soap, including handling lye safely, safety gear, clean up, and she walks you through making three different soaps. She also links to the cheapest supplies she could find, including … Continue reading Cold Process, No, But Melt and Pour?