I’ll be giving two demos at the Alabama Soap Meeting June 8 & 9!
My Demo descriptions:
Peacock Swirl – The peacock swirl is an old paper marbling technique that was brought about near the end of the 18th century. This technique is easily adaptable when working with cold process soap. During this demo you’ll learn how to create a slow tracing recipe that will give you plenty of time to create this stunning swirled soap. We’ll also go over coloring, molds and how to make your own soap raking tools to easily execute the design. Then you’ll see exactly how to do the peacock swirl. Although the swirl looks complicated and very technical…you’ll be amazed at how simple it is to do with the right tools.
Silicone Mold Making – Making silicone soap molds is almost as addictive as making soap itself! During this demo you’ll learn how work with both mold putty and pourable silicone. I’ll show you how to choose mold negatives, prepare your negatives and setup the mold retaining walls. We’ll go over silicone suppliers, pricing per ounce and per mold and how to work with both types of silicone. I’ll have plenty of examples on hand to take a look at.
There is an amazing line-up of speakers and vendors! To sign up visit www.alabamasoapmeeting.com!