And the award to for the MOST expensive base goes to....

Jill_NCFebruary 7, 2003

*Martha Stewart* -- came across her site while looking for a mold. She gets twenty-four dollars for 3 POUNDS of plain glycerin base - w/shipping it comes to $29.95. The site does have some cute alphabet soap molds to make letters though...

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and the award for the idiot who can't proof their subject title goes to....ME! (sorry)

    Bookmark   February 7, 2003 at 8:07PM
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Ya know, say you don't like martha stewart, but you just admitted to surfing her site.

Just teasing! =P

    Bookmark   February 7, 2003 at 9:04PM
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LOL Andrea! I have a project saved that was on her site and I was going thru my soap bookmarks. There was a blurb about base, so I wanted to check it out....omg, I sound like I'm rationalizing, don't I??? :-)

And it's not that I don't *like* her...btw, I hear she's weaving a living room rug out of hamster fur next week.


    Bookmark   February 7, 2003 at 10:51PM
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I'm totally butting in here (I am currently reading my 54th soapmaking book, but have yet to make a single batch)...but MS is a whopping RIP OFF! I once saw an ad for several items on a page in her of them was for those lightweight wood berry baskets that you can buy at the farm store for 75 cents. She was charging $12.00 for 3!!! That was the point when I realized more than anything, that woman is the devil dressed like a homemaker (albeit a well-dressed one)!


    Bookmark   February 20, 2003 at 5:16PM
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If you're looking for those cute little wooden berry baskets, check out ebay. I got 10 for $3 and I love them!
Susan, Princess Petals

    Bookmark   February 20, 2003 at 5:26PM
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Tracy, your post had me snorting water through my nose! Thanks for making me LMAO...and welcome to the board. This is a very suportive environment and we're happy to have another friendly face. =)

IMO, put the books down and start with MP first until you want to get more complicated. I originally wanted to do CP soap but like you, got a ton of conflicting information and psyched myself out of trying CP. Getting the chemicals and acids and fats calculation, etc, etc intimidated me and delayed my foray into soapmaking by 5 years.

Take that FWIW, YMMV and it's all IMO...HTH!
Andrea, who's in acronym hell right now =)

    Bookmark   February 20, 2003 at 8:14PM
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Thanks for the welcome Andrea. And I appreciate your advice...but *I'm goin' IN* (like it's war or something!). I am ready and when I get the kiddo to sleep tonight I'm going to make my first batch. Of course, if I go blind, or blow up the kitchen, well I'll definitly go for the melt and pour...

do they have brail measuring cups? Thats not very funny is it?

Wish me luck!

    Bookmark   February 24, 2003 at 6:48PM
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