Melt & Pour Soap in Clear
Almond Cherry Fragrance
Aqua, Purple and Pink Glitter
Heart Soap Mold
1. Cut the amount of soap needed for the mold you plan to use. These soaps each were 1.5 weight oz. be sure to weigh this to ensure accuracy and prevent waste.
2. In a microwave, melt the base in 30 second intervals, gently stirring between to be sure you’re not overheating the base. Melt until the base becomes liquid but is not boiling. Over-heating can cause scorching and destruction of the preservation system in the base.
3. One melted, add any dye, mica or glitter you desire, stir well.
4. Once the color has been added, add fragrance. The maximum amount of fragrance is 3% or ½ ounce per pound of soap by weight.
5. Slowly pour the melted, scented and colored soap into the molds.
6. Spritz the molded soap with rubbing alcohol to “pop” any bubbles that exist to ensure a smooth bottom.
Antibacterial Hand Sanitizer Gel
2 oz. Clear PET Bottles and Caps
Bird of Paradise Fragrance
Add 1/2 of appropriately safe fragrance oil to 1 gallon of base. Add glitter until desired color is achieved. Stir thoroughly but gently. Pour into bottles with a funnel, or use our gallon jug pump. (There is also a chart on the website with the products if making smaller amounts. Keep in mind these bases can thin if you use too much scent. I recommend always using ½ oz. per gallon maximum for the best results.)
These projects are unique in that everything with supervision can be made by children as young as 5! Have fun with this and Happy Valentines Day!