Halloween handouts or party favors will be a favorite among kids as well
(makes approx. 21-30 triangles)
3 lbs of white melt
& pour glycerin soap base
9" L x 3" W x 2" D Rubbermaid™ Drawer Liner to use
as a mold
Yellow and Orange water-based soap dye
Fragrance Oil ( we used Vanilla)
Glass measuring cup
Spray bottle with alcohol
Cellophane (Cello) bags
Black cording or ribbon
Plastic spider rings
** Layering Technique -
Put 1 cup of soap base
into glass measuring cup and melt in your microwave. (Do not
overheat or boil). Add several drops of yellow dye until the
desired shade is achieved.
Next, stir in 1/2 tsp of fragrance oil
and pour your first layer into the drawer liner. Let this
cool until a thin skin is formed on the top.
In the meantime, melt
another cup of soap base, and add the fragrance, but do not add
Now, lightly spray the top of
the yellow layer with alcohol before pouring the second layer
(white). This will allow the layers to adhere to each other.
Slowly, pour the white layer
over the yellow, making sure to keep it
moving while pouring, so the layers will not blend
Repeat the steps for the
last layer (orange). Let cool several hours and unmold.
Cut log into 1 ½"
slices and then cut each slice into three triangles.
Place the finished soaps
into cello bags the tie with cording and spider.
Any leftovers or scraps
can be used to embed in clear melt and pour soap or remelted.
Be sure to label these
treats 'SOAP' - DO NOT EAT
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