2019 YT Soap Collab: Wonderland

2019 YT Soap Collab: Wonderland

This is the soap I created for the 2019 Wonderland YouTube Soap Collaboration. Thank you so much for watching, liking, & subscribing! 🙂


Renee Cormalis of Soap’s for Love on YouTube:

Infusing Oils:

Milk in Oil Soap Making Method by Lovin’ Soap:
My milk in oil video:

Zahida’s Channel:
Jenny of I’d Lather Be Soaping Christmas Tree Soap:
Claudia Carpenter’s Winter Wonderland Soap:

Remember to always wear safety glasses and gloves when making soap. If you’ve never made cold process soap before, check out these helpful videos:
Soap Queen TV – LYE SAFETY & series:
Amanda Aaron of Lovin’ Soap BEGINNER SERIES:

In case you’re interested, I have an affiliate store where I’ve listed all of the soap making supplies and materials that I purchase on Amazon:

If you use those links to buy anything, it won’t cost you anything extra, but I will receive a very small percentage of the sale. Every little bit helps, though, so thank you so much for supporting my channel! 🙂

00:08 – YT Soap Collab Information
00:34 – preparing the additives
02:01 – making bottom layer
02:54 – making top layer with tree
04:56 – pouring soap
06:20 – pulling tool up to create tree
06:49 – umolding, trimming, & cutting
08:06 – final photos

**** RECIPE ****
Bottom layer – 300g oils
Top layer – 900g oils

Recipe given in percentages so you can use it for any size mold
If you don’t know how to convert it, this will help:

Olive Oil – 38%
Coconut Oil – 25%
Shea Butter – 15%
Sunflower Oil – 6%
Cocoa Butter – 5%
Avocado Oil – 5%
Castor Oil – 6%

Superfat – 5%

Sodium Hydroxide – use a soap calculator like the one at Majestic Mountain Sage ( to calculate the amount of sodium hydroxide required for your specific recipe.
Water = 2 x Sodium Hydroxide (33% lye solution)

Essential Oil Blend:
For help determining how much essential oil to use:
by Modern Soapmaking

Kaolin Clay ( from Mad Micas – non-affiliate link):
2 teaspoons hydrated with distilled water
– added to 300g base layer soap

Woad Powder ( from Pure Sud Co – non-affiliate link):
1/2 teaspoon mixed with 1.5 teaspoons sunflower oil
– added to 1.5 cups of soap

Indigo Powder ( from Botanical Colors – non-affiliate link):
1/4 teaspoon indigo root powder dissolved in sunflower oil
– added 1/2 tsp to 4 cups of soap

French Green Clay ( from Mountain Rose Herbs – non-affiliate link):
2 teaspoons hydrated with distilled water
– added 1/2 tsp to 1.5 cups of soap

Paprika Infused Sunflower Oil
2 teaspoons dried paprika infused in 8 ounces of sunflower oil
– added 1/2 tsp to 1.5 cups of soap

Black Walnut Hull Powder ( – affiliate link on Amazon):
1/4 teaspoon hydrated with distilled water
– added 1/2 tsp to small amount of soap

Acrylic mold – gifted to me by Custom Craft Tools for a review
Mold is 9” long x 3.5” wide x 4” tall. I used a 1” thick piece of wood to make the mold narrower. Cut soaps – 2.5” wide x 3.5” tall.

Oil purchased at Soaper’s Choice
Essential Oils purchased at Camden Grey

*** NOTE: Amazon Links are AFFILIATE Links ***
Amazon Store –

Gloves, Eye Protection –
Thermometer –
Waring Blender –
Stainless measuring spoons –
Plastic spatula –
Mini Mason Jars –
Funnel meas cups –
Small silicone spoon (8.5”) –
Long blue spatula –
Silicone spatula set –
Glass beakers w/ handles –
Stainless pitcher –
Stainless Pot –
White batter bowl –
Scale –
AC Adapter for scale –
Gear tie for feather swirl – 24” –
Vegetable peeler for trimming soap –
Soap cutter – Buds Woodshop on Etsy

List of all recording & voice over equipment:
Editing software: Final Cut Pro X


**** MUSIC INFO ****
Music by Epidemic Sound (

#soapmaking #featherswirl

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