What could be more appropriate than a yellow rubber ducky soap for bath time? Not much in my opinion. Rubber Ducky Soap These cute little yellow duck soaps are made with melt and pour soap base. This makes the project quick and easy. It will literally only take you 5-6 minutes to prepare the soap and pour into molds. Then it is just a matter of letting them coll fully before removing the ducks from their silicone molds. The Soap Mold This mold comes with 3 individual silicone inserts ... Read More about Rubber Ducky Soaps – Easy DIY Soap… Perfect for Spring!
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This DIY Frankincense Myrrh Soap makes a fantastic Christmas gift. After all, it contains two out of the three gifts of the Magi. The recipe is easy and makes a good sized batch of soaps. I chose to keep the two frankincense and myrrh in separate soap layers colored to match the tree gum resins they are derived from. I think it makes for a nice look for the finished soap bars. A honey soap base is used and the soap is also accented with a slight orange scent. Making DIY Frankincense Myrrh ... Read More about Frankincense Myrrh Soap with Orange and Honey
This DIY coffee soap recipe has a fresh brewed coffee scent and exfoliating properties. It is very easy to make since it utilizes a melt and pour soap base. The homemade soap is a simple craft project that produces giftable results and is perfect for soap making beginners. DIY Coffee Soap An easy melt & pour coffee soap recipe that is great for the skin and has a distinct handmade look to it. Not having to mess with lye solution makes this one of the easiest homemade soap recipes you ... Read More about DIY Coffee Soap Recipe: Easy Melt and Pour Coffee Soap
This easy melt and pour striped spice soap recipe is colored with kitchen spices that create rustic fall colors. I think the natural variation in the coloration in each stripe of the soap really adds to the overall look of the soap and goes great with the Harvest Spice fragrance oil I chose for it. It makes the simple melt and pour soap look more handmade than commercial colorants (soap pigments can be pricey for those who only want to do an occasional soapmaking craft). Hand cutting the ... Read More about Spice Box Soap: Melt and Pour Soap with Natural Colors from the Kitchen
I have summer on the mind, and this Green Tea Lemongrass Beach Sand Bath Salts recipe is the result of that mindset. Despite the Green Tea & Lemongrass bath salts having a very subtle tinge of green, the appearance and texture reminded me so much of sand I made little soap shells to accompany the bath salts in the container. The scent of the bath salts while dry is mostly of fresh lemongrass, but as they go into warm bathwater a subtle complement of green tea enhances the ... Read More about Green Tea and Lemongrass Beach Sand Bath Salts