A Nest for All Seasons A Nest for All Seasons: Hidden Treasure Kid's Soap ::: Stocking Stuffer Alert!

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27 October 2014

Hidden Treasure Kid's Soap ::: Stocking Stuffer Alert!

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The same day we made Gingerbread Orange soap, my sister-in-law had a super fun idea for adding 
little toys in glycerin saps for kiddo stocking stuffers.  They were by far the favorite soaps of the day!

We started with little plastic toys like the hearts, stars and balls above...
and ended up with the soaps pictured below!!

Even more fun??  These.
Do you see something poking out of the top of that soap drying down there??

From the bottom...

It's a SHARK!!!

A few tips:  
1.  Use plastic toys only!
2.  Place toys into a greased mold before pouring the melted soap into the pan.
3. Use colored glycerin for see through soaps.  Food coloring works well!
4.  Try layering colors for extra fun!  Just let layers solidify before pouring a new color.

Did you miss my other soap ideas?
You might want to try this Gingerbread Orange soap:

 Gingerbread Orange Soap

THIS ONE has green tea and allspice for rough gardener's hands!

 Green Tea and Allspice Soap

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frank lopez Thursday, October 30, 2014  
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