Soap Queen TV: Making Vintage Inspired Soap

Inspired by some cool antique keys and escutcheons (key hole covers) I found, I made soap molds so I could have vintage themed soap. Learn how easy it is in this episode of Soap Queen TV!

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What You’ll Need:

Flexy Fast Molding Putty (available in single or multiple serving sizes)

8 oz Clear Melt & Pour

8 oz White Melt & Pour

Liquid Black Colorant

Liquid Brown Colorant

Vanilla Bean Fragrance

Heavy Metal Gold Mica

Cappuccino Mica

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11 Comments

  1. says

    I did this with the Green Man Tree Mold and I love this so much.Ann Marie you are a genius!
    I dont know if you have a spot for customer creation pictures but I would love to see what you think of how it turned out.Thanks for another great tutorial.

  2. Robin says

    Those look beautiful!
    Does the mica set into the soap? Or does it rub off on your hands when you use the soap – do you know?
    Thanks, Robin

    • says

      Good morning, Robin!

      Unfortunately, the mica does come off within 2-3 uses of the soap and is there for decoration purposes only. If you want it to set into the soap a bit more, you can try add in the mica while the soap is hardening up. I hope this helps! :)

      -Becky with Bramble Berry

  3. says

    This looks phenomenal!! I love antique/Victorian things and this fits right into that theme. I might just have to get me some of that flexy putty taffy stuff?

    Peace,
    Scherry