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Sunday
05
NOV

Advanced Cold Process Soap Making: Swirling with Color

13:00
16:00
Bramble Berry Store
Event organized by Bramble Berry Store

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For those who are already familiar with basic cold process soap making techniques and are ready to kick it up a notch, we offer this Advanced Cold Process class to explore more soaping techniques including “in-the-pot” and linear swirling. You will learn to work with micas, oxides, natural colorants, and fragrances to create swirls, blind swirls, and layers. Create at least two small scale swirling masterpieces as well as part of a full group swirling experience. Discover how to turn soap trimmings and botched soap projects into pieces that are pleasing and fascinating! Perfect for soapmakers with questions they just can’t find answers to. This advanced class is about 3 hours long. After class many like to stock up on supplies and ingredients, so as a BONUS any purchase made after class at Otion is 10% off for all students!

This class is limited to 6 people per class to ensure students get the one-on-one help technique need. Connect with our other students too! Find them using #otionsoap or by using our social media outlets such as Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. For other handcrafting ideas check out our Pinterest page!

Cost: $42 – includes all materials.

What to bring: For this class you need to bring safety goggles, rubber gloves, and an apron.

Cancellations: If you cannot make it to your class please be kind enough to let us know 48 hours in advance so we may give your spot to another eager soaper! No refunds for no-shows and late cancellations.

Call 360-676-1030 and join our Cold Process class today!



Reviews:

Karly was very informative and supportive and stopped frequently enough to ask if anyone had questions. Fun class and I will recommend to others!
~Kristie

Good tips for colors, fragrances and discoloration/acceleration. I’m excited to experiment!
~Lyn