Here’s a little time-saving idea I came up with today. If everyone is already doing this and thinking, “Well, duh,” please be kind. Many of us use freezer or other suitable paper to line molds, but everybody universally hates taking the time to form it. I use the “crease-cut-and-wing method” (because I honestly cannot figure out the process for folding pleats in spite of watching that video a dozen times). So, as I’m preparing to make a batch of soap today to relieve some of the massive work stress I’m under right now, I was doing my regular mold-lining method and hating it as usual. Then it dawned on me that since paper is flat and stackable and my liners and always the same dimensions, I cold size, mark and stack several up and do all the creases and cuts at the same time to have my next several batches already done. I folded the extras into nice little booklets along the mold corner lines, labeled them for the appropriate mold size and stacked them book-wise in my soaping cabinet. I’ll thank myself on the next few batches. What are your favorite time savers?