Discussion in 'The Introduction Forum' started by Mandy, Nov 18, 2006.
kinda trolling on all the soap boards, etc.
I fell across this on accident to be honest! I bought a bar of soap in Waitrose and it was organically made by The Little Soap Company, it was this absolutely gorgeous English Lavender bar, fell in love with it. Everyone kept coming around and mentioning how much they loved my soap . I started watching YouTube videos and have been into it all since. I found this forum through a Google search, because I wanted somewhere I can learn and advance in my soapmaking alongside other people!
Seems a nice community after flicking through!
Cant wait x
Haha literally just googled “soap making forum” in an effort to find more soapy people to talk to!
Luv, luv, luv your avatar/logo!!! Too cool! Are you a design pro?
ETA: Never mind... I just found your intro.
I wish I was a design pro! I took some graphic design courses in college but I’m more of a crafter/artist than a graphic designer.
I just googled “soap making forum” in an effort to find more about where I can buy supplies here in sweden hehe then I ending up register and enjoying reading all tips and suggestion.. I learn alot
Google search engine but I stumbled on it accidentally....may have been a link from another website, one of the soapy suppliers.
I was searching for a way to turn baby oil into gel. Found a useful discussion but I can't access the link from there. Anyone ever tried that?
You have to subscribe to her through Patreon, in order to access the information.
For the last decade or so, my routine has been to make three batches of soap (because I have three loaf moulds) and wait until they’re nearly used up before I make more. So, we had almost used up the stuff I made in the spring of 2017. I wanted to look something up and went a-googling for TheDish forum! Was a member a long time ago but never very active. It seems TheDish is no more, and I found you lovely folks instead.
Recommended to find a soapmaking forum by Lotioncrafter
Googled something about stamping soaps and found this forum
Googling about what INS and sort of means, and found a interesting thread.
Hi.. I was looking for the CPLS and found Susie's thread, thank God.
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