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Denim Stamping

posted by: sharoncrafts on 04.15.2006 at 08:54 pm in Crafts and Decorations Forum

I saw this on Carol Duvall a long time ago and have never seen it posted here.

The guest stook a rubber stamp, brushed bleach on the stamp and then stamped the denim. She did a jumper and some jeans. It turned out really nice, especially for children's clothes.

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clipped on: 06.26.2006 at 05:36 am    last updated on: 06.26.2006 at 05:36 am

RE: Where to get pretty soap labels? (Follow-Up #4)

posted by: CynthiaE on 11.11.2005 at 02:52 am in Soap & Candle Making Forum

It's easy and fun (and quite cost effective) to design your own labels.

Go to http://www.avery.com and download the free version of Avery Design Pro. It's very user friendly. You may use it to design labels, business cards, hang tags or "cigar band"-style wrappers for your soaps.

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clipped on: 06.26.2006 at 05:23 am    last updated on: 06.26.2006 at 05:23 am

RE: help i want a recipe for the best non sticking soap (Follow-Up #2)

posted by: terri_pacnw on 01.07.2006 at 01:25 pm in Soap & Candle Making Forum

I don't make soap..but hang out with soapers...
and if you want simple, easy and smell good soap..
Start with Melt and Pour using the SFIC bases.
Do a google with Melt and Pour SFIC bases....
You will get alot of sites that sell it and tell you how to use it.
Now cooking your own soap as in Cold Process...takes alot more care...But it's another process you should investigate to see if you wanna go that route.

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RE: Problems with Body Butter (Follow-Up #10)

posted by: dpinker1 on 01.14.2006 at 09:34 am in Soap & Candle Making Forum

For a great lotion bar I add 4 ounces of cocoa butter, 4 ounces beeswax, 4-5 ounces of oil such as oilive, sunflower or sweet almond, 3 teaspoons of essential oil or fragrance oil and 1 cap. of vit 3. I let mine set for about a week after removing it from the mold and it's awesome, so great for the skin. Keep away from warm temperatures so it won't melt.

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RE: Pricing (Follow-Up #1)

posted by: hostingdiva on 06.01.2006 at 05:41 pm in Soap & Candle Making Forum

What size are you selling? How much work are you putting into it? I usually charge price of ingredients + price of labor + 20%

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