soap stamp

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    bonnyny

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    Here are the goat milk soaps I've been making - with the stamp from this great tutorial: http://duhbe.com/blog/2011/04/diy-custom-soap-stamp/


    The only thing I would add is to be sure you seal the sides and bottom well with the duct tape (and place in a box) otherwise the liquid resin will ooze out the bottom and spread all over the table....

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    Nice! I like your packaging on the round soap, very pretty.
     
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    I love your stamp! I bought the stuff a few weeks ago to make one and still haven't gotten around to it. Just put some beer shampoo into PVC - how long does it take the epoxy stuff to dry once you get your carving and duck taping done?

    I also really like the waxed tissue. I wonder if they have a retail store or if they're online only? I need to check.
     
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    Very nice! I love the stamp and it looks very nicely wrapped :)
     
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    Very pretty! Amazing stamp, such detail!
     
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    Thank you!
    Chicklet, the epoxy starts to thicken pretty quickly - maybe within 15 minutes or so, it'll be like corn syrup. By the next day it is hard enough to remove the duct tape. Have fun!
     

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