Melt & Pour Soap

Rainbow Unicorn Melt and Pour

Did you know a group of unicorns is called a blessing? To bring a little magic to your shower or bath, create your own blessing of rainbow-hued unicorns using lots […]

Guest Post: New Colorant Set and Bicycle Melt & Pour Tutorial

If your projects need a little spring color, take a look at the new Spring Fever Colorant set from our friend Debbie Chialtas. It’s part of her Soapy Love line, […]

Doughnut Melt & Pour

We’ve made sweet soapy cupcakes and piled-high macarons, and now these adorable doughnuts are joining the foodie soap family. Use the Doughnut Mold to make 6 doughnut halves, and then […]

Melt & Pour Soap Ribbons

One of the great things about melt and pour soap is its versatility. It allows you to create intricate details, complicated patterns and in this case, cute little bows! The […]

Victorian Heart Melt & Pour Soap

This project uses the Heavy Duty Victorian Heart Mold, and features nourishing Chamomile Extract and the aromatic Chamomile Bergamot Fragrance Oil. This project is great for beginners or anyone looking […]

Carnation Cube Cuties Melt and Pour Tutorial

We’re getting back to the basics today with this cute cube melt & pour. This project is great for beginners and it’s also an excellent way to build some basic […]

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 […]

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