I've made soap. Once. It was incredibly ugly. A neighbor snatched up every last scrappy-looking odd-shaped block of it and loved it.
I'm not nearly as naïve anymore and have since learned why it looked so weird and that it was not only normal, but common when using goats milk.
Live and learn.
Well, all I need is a new immersion blender and I'm going back into the soap business here!
Stweardship Not Convenience shared a great step by step tutorial on making hot process soap using a crockpot and armed with every other blog I've seen making their own soaps, I'm ready, willing and inspired again :o)
Enjoy and gain courage!!
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Squeaky Clean Fun: A Soap Making Photo Tutorial | Keeper of the Home
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