Make your own Snowflake Soap! Perfect for the holidays or winter season, these decorative snowflake soaps are highly customizable. Making homemade soap easier than you think! You control the ingredients, so you know exactly what is in the soap you are making and using.
Looking for a festive holiday soap you can make yourself? These snowflake soaps are great! You can make the snowflakes any color, and choose any scent. The bonus for these is they work great for Christmas, as well as January, February and March – especially up north!
I love making soap. it is wonderful to customize the scents, the colors, and really make great seasonal soaps to use at home or give as gifts. And these would make excellent holiday presents. Soap-making these days is much easier than you think. If you have not tried to make your own soap, give it a go – this snowflake soap recipe is a great one to try.
If you are looking for a more Christmas-specific or basic soap recipe try these Peppermint Soaps! They are wonderful and so easy to make.
Snowflake Soap Ingredients:
Snowflake Soap Mise en Place:
Snowflake Soap Directions:
• Cut off two (2) ice cube sized pieces from your soap block and place into your glass measuring cup.
• Add 3-4 drops of blue soap colorant, and microwave for 30 seconds; stir.
• Pour your melted blue soap into just the snowflake part of your mold. Tip: it helps if you pour from the middle and let the soap run into the outer edges of the mold on its own.
• Place your mold into the freezer for about 5 minutes.
• Clean your measuring cup (or use a second, clean measuring cup).
• Add five (5) ice cubes sized pieces of soap and place into your glass measuring cup.
• Microwave for 30-45 seconds; stir. (If you need more microwave time to melt, do 15 second increments and stir in between each microwaving.)
• Mix in a 1 teaspoon of your favorite soap scent.
• Pour your white soap over your solid blue snowflakes, filling to the top of the mold.
• Lightly spray the soap with rubbing alcohol to prevent bubbling.
• Place your mold back in the freezer for about 30 minutes or until soap is hardened.
• Carefully press up on the bottom of your mold to remove your soaps.
• If presenting as gifts, you can tie with a ribbon, wrap with cellophane and a ribbon, etc.
• These are perfect for display, gift giving, or to set in a linen closet. Since they are snowflakes, they are great “fancy soap decor” well into March.
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