Multi-Color Batch Splitting – Handmade Soap Tutorial


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Ever wonder how the heck you’re going to use infused colors to make a multi-colored soap? Maybe you want to test some new colorants or fragrances without all of the extra dishes and stress of making multiple batches… or maybe you want to split a batch evenly for a specific design. If any of that rings true then this tutorial is for you!

We’ll cover the whys and hows, include the math behind it all, and provide visuals so you can apply this new skill to your own recipes.

This course uses natural colorants in the sample batches we’ll make, but even if you don’t use natural colorants, splitting batches can come in handy for testing other additives or making multiple smaller batches for different scents or molds.

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This course includes everything you need to start making some amazing multi colored cold process soaps with both infused oils and water-soluble colorants!

  • A full write up on the why and how to splitting batches
  • 1 hour of demonstration videos AND math worksheets (so you don’t have to even think about the math) for the two techniques I use to color split batches with natural colorants
    • Using oil infused colorants
    • Using water-soluble colorants
  • Additional resources, tips, and notes for advanced splits and larger batches!

PLUS! I couldn’t show you how to layer soap without making soap. That means you actually get THREE mini-design tutorials along with learning to split your batches!

  1. Even layers for a layered soap (with tips for making straight lines).
  2. The “swirly top” design for your tops.
  3. Taiwan swirl two color design with a simple divider for a basic swirl.

What are you waiting for? This is going to be so much fun!

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    Jennifer R. (Verified Soapy Friend)

    Well worth the money.

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    isabel m. (Verified Soapy Friend)

    I met Kandra through the “soap challenge club” in February. I have to confess that I had never liked natural dyes in soap, but I was encouraged to buy some tutorials and master classes in “Soapy friends” and I got a pleasant surprise: I loved natural dyes, the problem is that I had not known how to handle them until now; Thank you Kandra for discovering a new facet of this wonderful world that is soap.

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    Debbie Sisson (Verified Soapy Friend)

    Haven’t watched it yet, but I’m sure it will be great!

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