Soapylove eZine: Issue 2


by Debbie Chialtas

This eZine is a digital download. Once purchased, you will find the link to access your document on your MY ACCOUNT page.

Purchase this eZine and 8 others (the complete collection!) & save $40 off the individual price!

Included Inside:

  • How to Throw Your Own DIY Soap Making Party
  • Party Tips
  • Treat Bags & Theme Ideas
  • Rainbow Hearts Soap Tutorial
  • Dotty Soap Technique
  • Dotty Soap Variations
  • Strawberry Shortcake Loaf Soap Tutorial
  • Soapylove Workshop Dates
  • Supply Source Directory
  • Community Cork Board

This issue of Let’s Get Soapy is bringing you a great reason to get your friends together and spend some quality time outside – throw a soap making party! Debbie is making it really easy with a supply list, treat bag ideas, printable name tags and station signs, and a list of helpful pointers. Whether you’re getting the neighborhood kids or your best friends together for a crafting day, everyone will love this fun and useful party theme!

Just for you are 2 new summery soap projects and a brand new technique that is fun and leaves a lot of room for your own creativity. As usual, Let’s Get Soapy is packed full of tips, tricks, and a complete resource directory to get you going on your next soap adventure. So let’s get the party started!

Summary of what’s in this Digital eZine:

  • Cover Sheet/Page 1: Image of a party goer making melt & pour soap
  • Page 2: Table of Contents
  • Page 3: Introduction to the eZine
  • Page 4: How to Throw a Do-it-Yourself Soap Making Party
  • Page 5: Steps 2-5 for Throwing Your Party
  • Page 6: Party Tips
  • Page 7: Treat Bags & Theme Ideas!
  • Page 8: Rainbow Hearts Soap Tutorial
  • Page 9: Rainbow Hearts Tutorial instructions & tips
  • Page 10: Dotty Soap Technique
  • Page 11: Dotty Soap Technique instructions & tips
  • Page 12: Dotty Soap Technique Variations
  • Page 13: Strawberry Shortcake Loaf Soap Tutorial supply list
  • Page 14: Strawberry Shortcake instructions
  • Page 15: Strawberry Shortcake instructions continued & tipsPage 16: Soapylove Summer 2009 Schedule
  • Page 17: Supply Source Directory
  • Page 18: Supply Source Directory, Continued

Please read about the teacher & find more details in the “About Class Handouts” tab below before purchasing this eZine.

A Class Handout is the digital PDF version of the handout for the in-person classes we taught at The Nova Studio. After ordering this PDF-format digital handout, you will be directed to a page that contains links to your instant downloads. You’ll have easy access to all your active Class Handout links in one easy place from your My Account page (downloads expire after 10 days & 5 downloads – so be sure to save the docs to your computer before then).

They will save you a ton of time & energy by giving you accurate, tested recipes & formulas, clear instructions, recommended sources for where to buy supplies relevant to each topic, and any background and/or supporting information. It’s the next best thing to being in a class!

When you buy the handouts, you also have permission to make the products exactly as is (with or without changing them) and you may market/sell them to your customers using our recipes. The only thing you cannot do is sell, post or distribute the information, directions, or recipes in our handouts since they are protected by copyright laws as part of our exclusive intellectual property.

Purchasing these handouts does not include any additional consulting or email support. If you have questions or need consulting, we offer private lessons & phone consultations. If you teach classes and want help creating your own class handouts, please contact us to set up a private consult and we would be happy to assist you. Purchasing our handouts does not give you permission or license to use them as teaching materials.


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debbie headshot croppedDebbie Chialtas is a self taught melt & pour soap artist who has been feverishly making soaps since 2005. Her business, SoapyLove, is famous for its unique Soapy Pops which have appeared in Glamour, People, Cosmogirl and other magazines around the world. Debbie was a guest on the DIY Network’s Craft Lab and is the author of the book “Soapylove: Squeaky Clean Projects Using Melt and Pour Soap.” She is also a mother of 2 and lives with her husband in San Diego. Learn beginning to advanced melt & pour soap techniques with Soapylove eZines & Class Handouts from Debbie.


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