Bramble Berry got a nice press recommendation today. Thank you Modish for listing Bramble Berry as a top supplier for soapmaking supplies.Spring is coming! So, it’s time to pull out the pastel colors, white melt and pour soap and make happy designs. In this project, you’ll learn how to use cookie cutters to create soap inserts, marble those inserts and use cut-outs to make two-toned soap soap inserts.
So, gather your supplies and let’s get started!
Cookie Cutters (we used the Daisy Flower Fondant Cut-Outs. You can buy them here along with a great alphabet cut-out set for $3.99)
White Melt & Pour Soap Base (I used Bramble Berry’s Economy Base)
Clear Melt & Pour Soap Base (ditto on the Economy Base)
Non-Bleeding Colors (I used the Non-Bleeding Blue, Yellow & Pink)
Spring Scent – pick your own but might I humbly suggest Rosehip Jasmine, Lilac or Lettuce?
Basic Shape Mold (Milky Way Square, Round and Rectangle)
Heat Safe Container
Spray bottle with rubbing alcohol
Tomorrow, we’ll start the cut-out process for these happy spring soaps.
Trisha in Portland says
This makes me want to try M&P, just for all the cute, fun little projects you can do…
Sweet! These are exactly the kinds of soaps I want to make with my kids = )
So cute! I can’t wait for the rest of this tutorial. I have some other cookie cutters so I will be making this right along side you every day.
So very pretty! How I long for spring.