Eggcellent Easter Melt & Pour

The Easter Bunny visited the Soap Queen blog early this year, and he brought these adorable melt & pour massage eggs with him! This is beginner-level melt & pour project is great for kids, and it features two eggscellent springtime fragrances — Eden’s Garden and Sweet Pea.

We also added Oat Extract to this project. Oat Extract is soothing for all types of skin and it’s especially popular in baby products. As with most extracts, add it your melt & pour soap base at 1 teaspoon per pound of soap base.

What You’ll Need:

Goat Milk Melt & Pour Base

Yellow Jelly Color (discontinued-substitute with Fizzy Lemonade Color Block)

Liquid Violet

Liquid Pink

Non-Bleeding Red (discontinued- substitute with Electric Bubblegum Color Block)

Oat Extract

Eden’s Garden Cybilla Fragrance Oil

Sweet Pea Fragrance Oil

Massage Egg Mold

Injector Tool


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ONE: Cut and melt 2 oz. of Goats Milk Melt & Pour Base and heat in the microwave on 6 second bursts. Leave it uncolored. Using the Injector Tool, drop a small amount of white into the first divot of the mold. Spray with isopropyl alcohol to disperse bubbles and allow to dry for 10 – 15 minutes.

Tip: The injector tool will become clogged with hardened soap if you don’t push it out immediately after you’re done. Keep a cup of warm water near by so you can rinse the tool with hot water and keep it from getting clogged in between uses.

TWO: Cut and melt another 6 oz. of Goat Milk Soap base and heat in the microwave on 6 second bursts. Divide it equally among three containers, so that each contains about 2 oz. of soap each. Add one color per container in the following amounts:

  • 5 – 7 drops Liquid Pink and 1 drop Non-Bleeding Red to one container
  • 4 – 6 drops Jelly Yellow to a second container
  • 4 – 6 drops Liquid Violet to a third container

Keep these containers on hand because you will use them throughout the project.

THREE: Stir to incorporate the colors into the melted base. Once the white soap in the mold had dried and the colored soap has cooled to around 130 degrees, spray the mold with isopropyl alcohol and then use the injector tool to fill in the small ring around the white soap. Spray with isopropyl alcohol to disperse bubbles and allow the soap the soap to dry for 15 – 20 minutes.

FOUR: By now your colored soap may have hardened, so give it a good stir and pop it into the microwave on 5 second bursts to remelt it if need be. When the melted soap has cooled to 130 degrees or below, spray the mold with isopropyl alcohol and pour a thin colored layer (about 1 centimeter) into the mold. You can choose whatever combination you’d like, but we poured purple over the pink dots, pink over the yellow dots and yellow over the purple dots.

FIVE: Cut and melt 9 oz. of Goat Milk base and heat in the microwave on 10 second bursts. Leave this portion uncolored. Stir in 2 mL Eden’s Garden Cybilla Fragrance Oil, 1 mL Sweet Pea Fragrance Oil and 3 mL Oat Extract.

SIX: When the soap has cooled to 130 degrees or below, spray the mold with isopropyl alcohol and then pour 2 – 3 oz. of white soap into each cavity. Spray with isopropyl alcohol to disperse bubbles.

SEVEN: Add an additional 1 oz. to each container of colored soap. You may need to add a few more drops of color because of the added White Goat Milk base, but it’s completely up to you. Add 1 mL Oat Extract, .5 mL Eden’s Garden Cybilla and .5 mL Sweet Pea Fragrance Oil to each container and stir.

When the melted soap has cooled to 130 degrees or below, spray the mold with isopropyl alcohol and fill the cavity with the colored soap. Spray again with isopropyl alcohol to disperse bubbles.

Allow your soaps to dry for 30 – 60 minutes and then unmold. Your soaps are ready to use!

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  1. Denise Richardson says

    Loved the tutorial! I purchased the mold and had so much fun making these, but I have an issue.
    When I popped the soap out of the molds, at least one divot on each bar didn’t pop out with the bar. It was stuck in the mold. Any suggestions on preventing this? Is there a way to repair the bars I’ve already made? Thanks!

    • Kelsey says

      Hi Denise!

      So glad you love the tutorial! Also, alcohol can help those details stay on your soap. Right before you pour the layer on top of the dots, spritz them with 99% isopropyl alcohol. Make sure they dots are completely covered with alcohol.

      Sunday Night Spotlight: 99% Isopropyl Alcohol:

      Then, when you unmold the soap, make sure it’s completely cooled and hardened. If it is, press directly on the dots when you’re pushing the soap out. That will help them pop out first, which helps them stick to the soap.

      To help your soap stick now, you can use melt and pour “glue.” Melt a small amount of soap in the microwave on 5 second bursts. When it’s liquid, brush it in between the soap and the dots and press the dots on firmly. Let that sit for several hours. The melted soap should help the dots stick to your base soap. :)

      -Kelsey with Bramble Berry

      • Denise Richardson says

        Thanks! I used the alcohol spray but maybe I didn’t use enough. I’ll try again. I love the feel of this soap in my hands when washing and the lemon scent is wonderful!

        • Kelsey says

          You’re welcome! I think covering the entire surface with alcohol should help those layers stick together. Also, so glad you like the soap! I love the bright colors and fresh springy scent. :)

          -Kelsey with Bramble Berry

  2. Jes says

    I spend so much time to make beautiful melt & pour soaps. But the beauty only lasts about 24 hours. My soaps sweat so much. Is there anything I can do? Additives to preserve them just a little longer? It’s so embarrassing giving soaps gifts that look wet. I am only adding fragrance and color. Next time I will buy the low sweat product, but I have so much of the other. I hate to waste all of it. I have at least 20lbs of clear and 20lbs of white.. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks..

  3. shaima says

    I need ur advise in re using the used soap left overs, I am talking about the soap we buy from markets. Its so difficult to microwave it. Any ideas u can propose to make use of it?


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