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Soapmaking : 50 fun & fabulous soaps to melt & pour

Author: Joe Rhatigan
Publisher: New York : Lark Books, ©2003.
Series: Kids' crafts.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Melt-and-pour soapmaking is the perfect easy and safe craft for kids, and this is the ideal guide to teach them how to do it. All the basics are covered to ensure "sud-sational" success, and 56 fun projects and nearly 300 colorful photos add to the appeal. The fun begins with choosing a soap base and selecting molds, from 3-D seashells and eggs to sandbox toys. Add fragrance, color, or other pizzazzy extras, such as  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Children's nonfiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joe Rhatigan
ISBN: 1579904165 9781579904166
OCLC Number: 51518642
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 112 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm.
Contents: Soaps, suds, and such --
Start here: Soap base --
Molds --
Other stuff --
Your steps to sud-sational success --
The projects --
Great gifts: Dog's best friend --
Dirty little brother soap --
Multicolored layer soap --
Superstar --
Sudsy snapshot --
Have a ball --
What a gem! --
Travel soap --
Funky swirls --
For the holidays: New Year's confetti --
Be my valentine --
Hearts in the right place --
Easter eggs --
April Fool's soap --
Halloween treats --
Snowmen --
Winter wonderland --
Wild and wacky: Gross eyeballs --
Hand soap --
Alphabet soap --
All smiles --
Soap in a loaf --
Gooogly eyes massage bars --
Celebrating the seasons: It's springtime! --
Butterfly flutterby --
Bug off --
Lovely little ladybugs --
Autumn colors --
Frosty the soapman --
Animals: Soaposaurus --
Fossils --
Leapin' lizards --
Froggy friend --
Tidal pool --
Good enough to eat: Hold the pickles --
Pizza party! --
Happy birthday cupcakes --
Candy roll --
Eat your heart out --
Ice treats --
Tub fun: Crayons --
Moldable soap --
Building blocks --
Hanging by a thread --
Rub 'n' scrub --
Soap on a rope --
Vroooom! --
Fun with friends: Sculpted masterpieces --
Best friends --
Message soap --
Slumber party pie --
Good for you: Earth clay soap --
Citrus loofah --
Layered herb loaf --
Lemongrass soap --
Beauty bar --
Start your own soap business --
Troubleshooting --
Metric conversion chart.
Series Title: Kids' crafts.
Responsibility: Joe Rhatigan.
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Fun with suds are what these melt-and-pour soapmaking projects are all about! Don't settle for a boring white bar when you can create scented, wacky, healthy and gift soaps for you, your family and  Read more...

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