Результат поиска Google для. What To Do With Plastic Eggs After Easter? Make Natural Handmade Soaps! If you have a lot of those colorful plastic eggs sitting around after Easter, I have a project for you.
Today I'm guest posting over at "My Repurposed Life" with a tutorial on how to use those leftover eggs to make beautiful handmade soaps! With this simple and versatile DIY project you can design custom soaps by adding your choice of colors, scents, and natural elements (mine are made with dried Lavender and essential oil). The egg-shaped soaps make a lovely gift when packaged in an upcycled egg carton. Click HERE to visit the tutorial! Black Raspberry Soap Making. I love handcrafted soap and have been purchasing bars off Etsy for over a year now.
At $4 to $5 a bar though it is getting a little pricey. Neon Gummi Bear Soaps 3 oz rainbow colors by AubreyEApothecary. MP Soap: Pamper Me Pedicure - Orange - WholesaleSuppliesPlus. MP Soap: Pamper Me Pedicure - Orange Project Level: BeginnerEstimated Time: 1 HourYields: Approx. (24) 5 oz Bars of Soap Check out our "Starter Kit" of supplies.
It includes all of the items needed to make this product and has FREE Shipping! Kids Soap Making Projects: Soapsicles - DIY Inspired. By: Sandy Simmons of www.supersoapmakingsecrets.com If you’ve been making soap for a while and you have children, it’s very likely that your kids will be interested in what you always do.
While it is understandable that you would prefer your children not to make soap using the cold process or the hot process because of the involvement of lye, they can easily make soap using the melt and pour method. Children below the age of fifteen will probably need your help and supervision even if the melt and pour process is the process being used. There are many kids soap making projects that you can do with your children and slowly get them into the craft of soap making. Most of the time, kids soap making projects involve lots of colors, interesting shapes, fun ideas, and soap carvings or embossed designs. It's Not Too Late ~ Snow Globe Soap Tutorial. Okay, so I was trying to figure out what to do with my kids while they're home for the entire week before Christmas (and after, but that’s another story…) when I came across Alphamom’s post on snow-globe soap.
I was sold on the absolute cuteness factor as well as its' relative ease on the kids’ crafting scale, so I decided to go for it. Here’s what you’ll need: Bar of white hand soap (3 for $1 at The Dollar Store) Ice cube tray(s) (2 for $1 at the Dollar Store) Small plastic toys that’ll fit into ice cube trays ~ I picked up little Santas and snowmen for 60% off at Michael's.
MP Soap: Lunar Rocks - WholesaleSuppliesPlus. MP Soap: Lunar Rocks Project Level: Advanced.Estimated Time: 1 HourYields: (12) 4 oz Rocks This soap can be slicked or cut into large chunks to look like rocks!
INCI Ingredient Label: Propylene Glycol, Sorbitol, Glycerin, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Stearate, Sodium Myristate, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Triethanolamine, Water, Fragrance, Mica (and) Titanium Dioxide (and) Iron Oxides, Mica (and) Iron Oxides (and) Carmine, Diazolidinyl Urea, Methylparaben, EDTA, Benzophenone 4 NOTE: If you are making these products for sale, good manufacturing practices recommend you wear a hairnet, gloves and a mask. We also recommend a clean apron. Wholesale Supplies Plus is not responsible for the products you create from our supplies.
Melt & Pour Soap Making: How to Make Rock Candy Soap Tutorial. Loofah Soap Tutorial - Part 1. It’s that time of year when our skin needs some extra exfoliation.
Here is a soap that will make you soft and smooth in no time. It’s especially useful for those pesky tough areas like your heels. This is a two-part tutorial. Homemade soap recipes & tips - Snappy Living. Soap Rock Tutorial - How to make gemstone soap rocks. Yes, these are truly easy to make.
Even my very first attempts came out great, yours will, too. Here’s how! Follow standard procedures for working with melt & pour soap (MP). You will need: Transparent Glycerin Soap Base White Glycerin Soap Base – if desired Colorants – micas, oxides or liquid colorants Essential or fragrance oils of your choice Rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle Melting vessels (microwaveable plastic or Pyrex pitchers) Variety of “molds” – margarine, Cool Whip, Gladware/Ziplock bowls Toothpicks, silicone or rubber spatula, knives, peelers, scrapers etc.
Melt & Pour Glycerin Soap You can use any brand of melt & pour soap, whichever is your favorite. I don’t add anything to the base except for color, fragrance and occasionally exfoliants. Colorants I prefer to use micas in the gemstone soaps. Liquid colorants and dyes are used on a limited basis because of the migrating or bleeding. Essential and Fragrance Oils Any skin safe essential or fragrance oils can be used.