Romantic Rose Gold Melt & Pour Bars
Recipe type: Melt and Pour
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Serves: 2 pounds of soap
Add a bit of shimmer to your bath routine with these Romantic Rose Gold Melt & Pour Bars!
  • Tray Floral Wallpaper Mold
  • 33 oz. Clear Melt and Pour Base
  • .5 oz. Baby Rose Fragrance Oil
  • Luster Black Mica
  • Rose Gold Mica
  • King's Gold Mica
  • Snowflake Sparkle Mica
  • Super Pearly White Mica
  • Optional: Droppers, 99% Isopropyl Alcohol, Clean-Up Tool
  1. Chop 6 oz. of Clear Melt and Pour Soap in small, even pieces. Put 2 oz. of soap into three separate heat safe containers and melt in the microwave using 10 second bursts. Once melted, quickly add ½ tsp. Luster Black Mica to one container, 1 tsp. Rose Gold Mica to another, and 1 tsp. King’s Gold Mica to the last. Use a spoon to thoroughly mix in the powders.
  2. Spritz the Tray Floral Wallpaper Mold with alcohol. Spraying the mold helps the soap easily spread into the design. Using a dropper or an injector tool, begin filling in the design with all three colors. There is no right or wrong way to fill in the design, so just have fun with it! Periodically spray the tray and freshly poured soap with rubbing alcohol to disperse any bubbles in the soap, and to help the soap spread throughout the design. To help make sure there was an even amount of each color in each bar, I alternated colors while filling in the tray. I concentrated on filling in the larger design elements with pink and gold, and used the black soap to accent and define. If the soap goes into an area where you did not intend, don’t fret! Allow the soap to harden and use a Clean Up Tool to scrape the soap out of the space. If necessary, place the soap back into the microwave using 5 second bursts to ensure it stays fluid and workable. You may also want to have a few extra droppers nearly; the soap can harden and cool in the droppers.
  3. Once the pattern is full, allow it to fully cool and harden. Chop and melt 27 oz. of Clear Melt and Pour Base in a heat safe container using 30 second bursts. Once fully melted, add .5 oz. of Baby Rose Fragrance Oil and use a spoon or spatula to thoroughly mix in.
  4. Add 1 tsp. Super Pearly White and 1 tsp. Snowflake Sparkle Mica and use a spoon or spatula to thoroughly mix until there are no clumps. Add a pinch of Rose Gold Mica – just enough to add a light pink hue. Stir to mix in.
  5. Allow the melted soap to cool until it’s 125 ° F. If the soap is too hot, it may melt the design below.
  6. Once the soap has cooled, spritz the bottom layer with rubbing alcohol to help the melted soap adhere. Then, gently pour the pink soap into the mold.
  7. Spritz the top with rubbing alcohol to disperse any bubbles. Allow to fully cool and harden, then cut along the perforation to create bars. Wrap in plastic wrap or another airtight packaging option to help prevent sweating, aka: glycerin dew.
Recipe by Soap Queen at