Handcrafted Cold Process Soap Making: Learn a New Life Skill!
Ann Marie Craig
August 5 & 6 | 9 - 4
We will emphasize the process of soap making choosing base oils, working safely with lye, and creating a scent using essential oils. Each student will create several soap batches - the equivalent of approximately 30 bars of soap - in an increasingly independent way. The soaps require several days to harden and will be shipped to the student after the class to be cut at home. Full instructions and sample recipes are included in the materials provided.
Ann Marie Craig is an artisan soap maker who finds inspiration for her soaps in travel, art, literature, & music. Her home is the antique log house that has been in her family for more than 130 years and which also inspired the name of her business, Century Farmhouse, of West Bend, WI. Ann Marie has been making soap for more than 20 years and has been a frequent presenter at national events, infusing imagination and wit into soaps that often tell a story.
Tuition: $185 (lunch included each day)
Materials Fee: $35-40 payable to the instructor day of class for written materials/recipes booklet, all base oils, essential oils, botanicals, lye, molds and linings, shipping costs
Location: Jens Jensen Visitor Center
To take this class
Total Cost: $185.00
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