Every year my kids beg to make gifts for their family and friends...and it's so sweet! I have a hard time coming up with a project that's both easy for me and for them though. It's just such a busy time of year!
These little soaps though might be the easiest of them all! What I probably love most about them is that you can have the kids make their own designs, or you can use a clip art or a vintage design.
My kids were so excited when I told them about the product, and they quickly drew tons of pictures for the soaps!
Ready for the how to?
What you'll need:
- silicone soap mold
- dissoluble paper
- clear glycerin soap (I bought this one and it was enough to make about a dozen soaps with the mold purchased above)
- rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle
- soap colorants (optional...I actually tried with the colors and liked the ones without better because you could see the images better.)
- images. I found some of the vintage designs here.
Take your images (I scanned in my kid's artwork) and print them on the dissoluble paper. Cut out the images so that they are the same size as your mold.
I hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday season!