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Confetti Chunk Christmas Soap

Confetti Chunk Christmas Soap

Looking for creative, handmade Christmas gifts? Make Confetti Chunk Christmas Soap! This pretty yet practical stocking stuffer is also a great teacher or hostess gift idea. Best of all, you can display your handmade soap all season long.

 

 

Materials:

  • White melt & pour soap
  • Clear melt & pour glycerin soap
  • Red soap coloring additive
  • Green soap coloring additive
  • Soap fragrance of your choice
  • Chunk/bar soap mold
  • Measuring cups (microwave safe)
  • Stirring spoons
  • Microwave
  • Clear plastic wrap
  • Rubbing alcohol in a spritzer bottle
  • Refrigerator (optional)

Instructions:

  1. Cut white soap into ice cubed sized chunks.
     
  2. Add approximately 3 oz of white soap into a measuring cup. Microwave seconds and then additional 10 second increments until all white soap is melted. Stir with spoon.
     
  3. Add red color additive and stir.
     
  4. Pour red soap into one cavity of the soap mold. Spritz with rubbing alcohol to remove air bubbles.
     
  5. Repeat Steps 2 - 4 with the green color additive.
     
  6. Allow to dry / solidify for 30 minutes to 3 hours. Drying time is accelerated in the refrigerator.
     
  7. After soap has solidified, remove red and green bar from the soap mold.
     
  8. Cut red and green soaps into small chunk pieces. Cut plain white soap into similar chunk pieces.
     
  9. Cut clear glycerin soap into ice cubed sized pieces.
     
  10. Place approximately 8 oz of clear glycerin soap into a measuring cup and microwave for 30 seconds and then additional 10 second increments until soap is completely melted.
     
  11. Add soap fragrance of your choice and stir with a spoon.
     
  12. Pour a thin layer of clear soap into the bottom of each mold cavity.
     
  13. Spritz with rubbing alcohol.
     
  14. Add red, green, and white soap chunks as you desire. Lightly spritz with rubbing alcohol.
     
  15. Pour another layer of clear soap, repeat until you reach the top of each cavity.
     
  16. Allow soap to solidify 30 minutes to 3 hours.
     
  17. When soap is completely solidified, remove from the molds.
     
  18. Wrap in clear plastic wrap.
     
  19. Optional: Tie ribbon around the soap to add that festive touch.

 

How to Make Confetti Chunk Christmas Soap:

 

 

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This is going to be one of my top Christmas gifts this year and also some for me. Super great idea for that someone who you can not think what to give.Everyone uses soaps and think how special it will be when you make it for that someone. You can use a scent that you know they will like or just use the shea butter or coca butter melt and pour soap bases or any other they offer. The only problem I will have is deciding which soap to make. Great gift idea. Anyone make homemade soap for gifts?

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