This project was pioneered by one Ms Debbie Chialtas from SoapyLove. Check out her SoapyLove blog here and her ultra creative project, The Soap Lab here. Debbie was one of the teachers at the Soap Intensive Weekend and she was gracious enough to share this fun soap technique that she designed herself. Thanks Debbie!
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Supplies for UFO Soap:
• Clear soap base (4 ounces per UFO)
• Fragrance oil, any kind (1/8 teaspoon per bar)
• Non-bleeding colored mica or non-bleeding colorant plus pearl mica
• Soap glitter
• Milky Way Spaceships soap mold
• Rubbing alcohol in spray bottle
• Melon baller, round metal measuring spoon, or round teaspoon
• Martian toys
• 2 cup Pyrex measuring cup
• Small cup to mix mica in
• Spoon or craft sticks to stir with
• Knife and cutting board
Check back tomorrow for more instructions on making the UFO Soaps.
You’re right, I do read a lot. And, I love to read so it makes it easy to go through lots of books. Plus, I listen to books on tape when I commute to Seattle so that helps the books fly by =)
Paula, I loved the Alien Soap Demo too. Debbie is so generous to share this with everyone. We’re lucky!
Paula Kates says
My favorite part of the soap Intensive Weekend was Soapylove’s alien soap demonstration. Not only is it the cutest darn soap I have EVER seen but it give me SO many ideas. Mwhahahahahaha Love you Debbie!
I see youre reading new books already! I can’t believe how quickly you go through books. I wish I got to read even half of the books that you do. The descriptions look awesome.