When you see treats like candy corn, apple cider, and pumpkin spice everything hitting the store shelves, you know fall isn’t too far away. Caramel apples are another classic. Who doesn’t love the combination of creamy, sweet caramel and tart, crunchy apples? We certainly do, which is why we decided to recreate the look in soap.
The original Caramel Apple Soap Tutorial was shared in 2011. The new version is made with delicious Hot Apple Pie Fragrance Oil. Flexy Fast Molding Putty is the key to getting the realistic shape. It’s easy to use – just combine the pink and white components and mold it over an apple. Once it’s set, you have a silicone mold you can pour your caramel soap in and then reuse for future projects. The bars are finished with more caramel soap and a sprinkle of Dead Sea salt. They’re the perfect way to celebrate fall.
The exact amount of soap you need depends on how many apple molds you create and how large they are. If you only want to make 1-2 apple molds, the trial size of Flexy Fast Molding Putty will do the trick. If you’d like to make more at one time, we recommend the full size. This provides enough putty for several apples with plenty leftover. Learn more about working with it in this Soap Queen TV video.