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Master Dollar Stretcher aka AngeleeBob
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I was reading throw old posta and it looked like a lot of people where interested in making their own soaps. I just started the melt and pour and I did some body spray and bath salts. I am addicted. I plan on putting these in my booth with the clothing I am sewing.
 

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They must be great, is it costly to get started making them?
 

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Unfortunatly yes, but mostly because I am making them to sell I had to have the packaging for the salts and sprays. I spent $40.00 for everything including the spray bottles and glass jars for the salts. You could do the soap only and spend under $10.00 to get started. Even less if you can find things around the house to use as molds.
 

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Watch garage sales and even the market for molds, I have found a lot of Wilton and Pampered Chef molds and jello is always giving some kind of mold away....... Good luck !!!!!!!!:D
 

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I was just thinking about the halloween jello mold I got free. I got an egg one free just the other day.
 
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