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Champagne Bubbles Soap- Funnel Pour Column- Part 2 {cutting}

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Published on Dec 13, 2012

This video is Part 2 of a two-video collaborative effort by TheCraftyGemini and Soaping101 YouTube channels.
In Part 1- Catherine will teach you how to create funnel pour column champagne bubbles soap. The recipe she uses can be found here: http://on.fb.me/RqJcRY

In Part 2- Vanessa will show you how to unmold the soap from the really cool Pringles potato chips can mold and cut it into individual soap bars.

Part 1: How to Make Funnel Pour Column Soap {champagne bubbles soap}: http://youtu.be/YBwZUAxSPEY

Part 2: this video: http://youtu.be/6SmBrP116L8

If you are a beginning soap maker check out my friend Catherine's soaping tutorial channel here and SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/user/soaping101

If you are new to my channel you can SUBSCRIBE here: http://full.sc/LmYEYg

In this video I break down how this 2-video series works and I show you how I unmold the champagne bubbles soap from the Pringles can mold and cut them into individual bars. I also show you a few different color combinations for the soap that look great!

• Tips for making this soap: Be sure you don't use any oils or fragrances that accelerate trace because you want a really runny batter to make the most of the funnel pour technique. In the video I show you what the bars that had thicker soap batter turned out like.

For a basic cold process soapmaking tutorial check out one I did here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Mtzyx...

Thanks for watching!

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Voicemail for tutorial suggestions: 73-CRAFTY-73 / (732)723-8973

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