Anne-Marie Makes Evergreen Mountain Soap

Anne-Marie Makes Evergreen Mountain Soap

Learn how to create a beautiful mountain scene in cold process soap! This project involves layering various colors of soap to create a valley, mountain, and blue sky. It’s scented with Evergreen Forest Fragrance Oil for a fresh scent.

Evergreen Forest Fragrance Oil:

This cold process soap project is easier than it looks. The batter is created with the Gentle Quick Mix, which is a palm-free combination of oils and butter. It gives you plenty of time to work with the soap batter and create your layers.

Gentle Quick Mix:

To help the soap harden, we did use a 10% water discount. We also highly recommend sodium lactate in this recipe – it’s a salt solution that is added to the lye water to help cold process soap harden faster. We also recommend promoting gel phase by insulating this soap and placing it on a heating pad.

Evergreen Mountain Cold Process Soap Recipe:
10″ Silicone Loaf Mold
38 oz. Gentle Quick Mix
5.4 oz. Sodium Hydroxide Lye
10.9 oz. Distilled Water (10% water discount)
2.5 tsp. Sodium Lactate
2 oz. Evergreen Forest Fragrance Oil
1 tsp. Green Chrome Oxide Pigment
1 tsp. Black Oxide
1 tsp. Titanium Dioxide
1 tsp. Zippy Blue Pigment
Super Pearly White Mica
Powder Duster

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This project is part of our Pacific Northwest Collection, which is inspired by Bramble Berry’s home, Washington state. Explore the entire collection here:

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