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Soap With Wicked Lee: A Zen Guide To Soap Making Paperback – 29 March 2020
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About the Author
Lee Parker was born in the Hunter Valley of Australia and grew up always knowing she was different. She moved to the Northern Rivers and flitted from craft to craft, always trying new things, never settling. And then one day she found cold process soap making. Her true passion. Her Zen as she likes to call it. She now lives in a little seaside village where she makes YouTube videos of all the fabulously colourful soap she creates, and listens to Kpop while writing her ridiculously long romance novel that never seems to end.
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A soapmaking Bible!! A perfect tutorial to keep close at hand, dog eared and cherished.Reviewed in the United States on 16 May 2020
Great book/tutorial! Lee is an accomplished soapmaker and artist. This book is the perfect companion book to her YouTube channel "Wicked Lee Goods". She walks you step by step through her common-sense method, the oils used and their values in cold process soapmaking plus she clearly explains her methods and reasoning to simply and successfully create beautiful soaps using common materials often found in the average home.
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