12 Easy Melt and Pour Soap Recipes

12 Easy Melt and Pour Soap Recipes – contains original recipes, 37 color photos, and several places to buy soap base, molds, fragrances and other necessary supplies. Learn how easy it is to craft your own melt and pour soap in less than one hour! See a step-by-step tutorial with pictures for Seaweed Soap. Find your supplies at more than 15 online locations. These are all original recipes created by the author in her own kitchen. Written and photographed by the author of The Joy of Melt and Pour Soap Making, this eBook serves as an excellent companion volume.


“The book is meant to be a companion follow up to her previous work The Joy of Melt and Pour Soapcrafting, but all the necessary instructions to make 12 different kinds of soap are included in this one as well. I like that this book is short, sweet, and to the point. It is very easy to read through with a short introduction including important things to keep in mind, easy to follow instructions, and quite a few photos. (I like a lot of photos in crafting books!) There is also a list of reputable online stores you can order soap making supplies from at the end of the book.” Janelle, Mother Necessity Blog

“Lisa has been designing, crafting and writing about soap crafting and making natural bath and body products for several years.” Pamela Maynard at Mom Does Reviews

“Since I’m new to M&P this was a good book to start. gave very detailed instructions and tips. Also since I downloaded for my kindle it’s handy when online to quickly order ingredients.” KindleKrazy “chandler’s mom”

“Easy to do. Had fun making soap for Christmas. The only problem is you can get carried away. It can wind up costing you more than you wanted to pay.” R. Lee

Purchase links: Amazon Kindle, B&N Nook and Smashwords

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