I Tried Following A Soap Cupcake Tutorial

I Tried Following A Soap Cupcake Tutorial

So I am a huge fan of fancy soaps, in every way, shape, and form – I love smelling soaps, feeling soaps, and using soaps – and last year I even tried following a soap art tutorial to attempt to make my own batch of snazzy, swirly soap. So when I stumbled upon a whole new category of soapy treats – *dessert* soaps – I figured, we had to try and make some soap cupcakes for ourselves. So I followed a sparkling champagne soap cupcake tutorial from Soap Queen TV/Bramble Berry with ~interesting~ results, to say the least!

EDIT: also, apparently the goggles we were wearing aren’t the safest option, so if you try something like this please get some real soap-making goggles!!

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The tutorial we followed is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwnm0gpJk2M
You can check out Anne Marie’s channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/soapqueentv
And the Soap Queen blog here: https://www.soapqueen.com/
And the Brambleberry store here: https://www.brambleberry.com/

And the inspo for this video, Nectar Bath Treats here:
https://www.instagram.com/nectarbathtreats/?hl=en

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55 Responses

  1. Safiya Nygaard says:

    HELLO FRIENDS!! i hope you enjoy our latest foray into the world of soap making!! as a disclaimer, the footage filmed in the soap store at the beginning of the video was pre-quarantine! i hope u all are staying safe <3 xoxo, saf EDIT: also, apparently the goggles we were wearing aren't the safest option, so if you try something like this please get some real soap-making goggles!!

  2. Noah says:

    I wanna see a “Mixing every bath and body works soap” together hehe

  3. MissParadoxGaming says:

    This seems like a great idea unless you give it to my nan with dementia who tries to eat the cupcake realises its soap, forgets, then tries to eat it again.

    We realised she was doing this when we noticed loads of little bites taken out of her soap, so had to remove it. 😂😂😂

    • Rachel Meadors says:

      Hey one of my friends ate a decorative rose soap at my house that had been my great grandmother’s and my mom kept. It happens I guess… I still have no idea why he ate it

    • Quonk Wahoo says:

      Rachel Meadors did they bite it or eat it all

  4. Iconic_potatoes says:

    “I think im ready for my jelly” did anyone else get that

  5. Layne Smith says:

    I’m convinced Safiya is slowly becoming a crazy soap lady

  6. Del says:

    cmon when’s the *”melting every soap into a frankensoap”*

  7. M H says:

    WHY DO ALL THE SOAP INGREDIENTS LOOK EDIBLE

  8. Annabelle13122002 says:

    This may sound weird, but if I love your Youtube channel, it’s because you speak slowly and clearly (and the content is alaways interesting and funny too 😂.) I’m French and I can practice and improve my english thanks to you, thanks !😂🙏🏻.

  9. Rafael Santos says:

    Quick correction: the important part about curing soap is that it allows all the remaining lye to react, so that you don’t give yourself chemicals burns whenever you go to wash your hands. At least that’s what my chemistry teacher taught me. The pH of the soap is too high, straight out of the mold

  10. Shelly M says:

    I will from now on be referring to soap as “sexy suds” .

  11. catbeara says:

    As my Home Economics used to say about any of our mistakes: “It’s a design feature!”

  12. Ashley Clements says:

    “It’s kind of an odd shape to wash your hands with”

    Skqrp stares from Jenna Marbles’ guest bathroom

  13. Tyr says:

    Saf: “I feel like I’m riding a wild stallion”
    Tyler: >.>

    Those really turned out cute!

  14. CALLUM BRIDGERS says:

    SAFIYA HAS FOUND HER FETISH

  15. Mr. Fab says:

    Fun fact: The cutter has ruffles to prevent the soap from sticking to the cutter a lot. Much like textured knives, they have ridges to prevent certain foods from sticking on them when cutting.

    • Allison Lynnet says:

      Intresting I thought is was suppose to make it look like chips 😂

    • Adrienne King says:

      @Allison Lynnet lol

    • Emma Of Earth says:

      Thank you, I didn’t know that before and it’s pretty interesting! 😊

    • calichef1962 says:

      I’m a retired chef, Mr. Fab. That’s just a ridged/ruffled knife, it’s not some special soap thing at all. Ever eat a waffle fry or a crinkle cut french fry? That’s the knife that makes that shape. It’s used for decorative garnishes like making carrot sticks look a bit more interesting. When cooks want a knife that passes straight through sticky foods like cheese or cold butter we either use a stainless steel wire, similar to a home cooks cheese cutter, but the pro wire knives don’t have plastic or aluminum rollers next to the wire. They just have a frame, a wire cutter with a tightening nut, and a handle. Some cooks have a knife with a cut-out blade so there is less drag. We never use a ridged knife in the hope of preventing drag because they don’t prevent drag at all. Cooks only use them to make decorative ridges, or more surface area, in the food.

    • Emma Of Earth says:

      @Manuel Cerna I’m sure it’s as exhausting as always being rude to people for no reason.

  16. Jade W says:

    I can’t get over how much this house looks like Jenna and Juliens 😂

  17. addy the baddy says:

    Saf: Last year, I actually tried following a youtube soap art tutorial.

    Me: that was a YEAR ago?

  18. Maddie Mooper says:

    Me: woohoo a new a vid by saf!

    Also me: ou! Only 3 hours ago! I’m not to late!

    Comments: 6.9k comments

    Me: whelp. I tried

  19. Carla Simpson says:

    “This isn’t our first rodeo, but it is our second.”

    -Tyler 2020

  20. Maria Div says:

    Honestly, Safiya is so so pretty and we don’t say that out loud enough

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