The Joy of Melt and Pour Soap Crafting — Ebook at Amazon and B&N

THE JOY OF MELT AND POUR SOAP CRAFTING includes 40 recipes, more than 50 color photos, many reputable resources, soap secrets, professional-quality color photos, creative labeling tips, mistakes to avoid and MUCH more!

“The Joy of Melt & Pour Soap Crafting” is written by someone who learned how to work with crafting glycerin melt & pour soap the hard way — with only a single page of instructions to follow! From 2004-2009 the author ran an online business, Everything Shea Aromatic Creations, selling 85+ varieties of soap. If you’ve always wanted to make your own soap, here’s an opportunity to learn just how easy it really is!

Here’s what you will learn:

  • WHY you should make your own soap
  • How to make handcrafted soap in less than 1 hour!
  • Secrets of melt & pour soap crafting
  • Step-by-step instructions
  • Fragrance & essential oils information
  • List of reputable soap suppliers
  • Creative labeling & packaging ideas and photos
  • Easy-to-make craft projects for kids of all ages
  • Bestselling soap recipes
  • Color photos of recipes
  • NO experience necessary!

THE JOY OF MELT AND POUR SOAP CRAFTING can be found online at Amazon, Smashwords and Barnes & Noble NOOKbooks.

Lisa’s Library of Writing


the joy of melt and pour soap crafting by lisa maliga

If you’re looking for something to teach you how to make your own soap I highly recommend, “The Joy of Melt & Pour Soap Crafting”. Just keep in mind, you’ll want to read the whole book before you start. Every tip is helpful.” Erica, Bass Giraffe blog. Read the entire review and see step-by-step photos of her making some awesome looking soap!

The Joy of Melt and Pour Soap Crafting – “What I like best about this book is how comprehensive it is overall. It starts small with many of the basics some instructional guides tend to skip over or breeze through, and expands on the information as you progress. It includes instructions on not only the best way to make your soaps, but what equipment to use for the greatest product results.” Rebecca, Soap Deli News Blog Read the entire review at her site!

“The end also has some websites listed where you can buy some oils, some soap bases, and it looks like a lot of good information to get someone started. These resources alone are worth the cost of the e-book as it will save a lot of time in getting started.” Riki, Crazy for a Deal

“The more recipes in this eBook I looked at the more excited I became. I absolutely love pictures and having them on each recipe is a wonderful addition. When I see the pictures it gives me an idea of how the soap will look and if I want to try it or something else. They also give me an idea of how the soap will look with the different molds. This is just an all around must have eBook for the crafter who wants to learn something new.” Book review by Terri of  Terri’s Little Haven

“Lisa has been crafting soap years. She goes through the materials that you need; how to shape, mold, scent, and color soap; as well as recipes for different types of soaps. She goes through the different kinds of scents, oils, colors, herbs and what not that goes into crafting different soaps.” Leila B of The Go To Mommy

“If you are looking into getting into soap making this is a must read. It’s great book with tons of information. She even tells you about mistakes you don’t want to make!” Kime’ Braden, Adventures of the Domesticated Mama

“What I like about this book is it’s just not a book full of projects. Lisa gives you some background on what melt and pour soapmaking is along with tips and tricks as well as facts and safety tips. This book is perfetto for newbs and presents some fun, indoor activity for the kiddos. Throw a soap party and invite your best buds over for a little pinot and soapmaking.” Book review by Patrice, soapmaker at The Soap Seduction. You can read the full review there and see some of the awesome soaps she has made!