A few months ago, I created these cute Honeycomb Melt and Pour Soaps. I loved them so much, that I decided to make them into a Soap Queen TV tutorial! I changed the colors slightly, but stuck with Pure Honey Fragrance Oil. It smells absolutely amazing and is such a huge crowd pleaser. These honey bee soaps are made in the 6 Cavity Honeycomb Silicone Mold, which makes unmolding easy. It’s also easy to clean and works well for a variety of projects including cold process soap and lotion bars. There are also free downloadable labels for this project to package and give as gifts!
This honey bee project is suitable for both beginner and advanced crafters. It does require some detail work, which can take a little patience. To help with filling in the bee details, I recommend using an Injector Tool and having a Clean Up Tool nearby to fix any mistakes. As with any melt and pour project, 99% isopropyl alcohol in a spray bottle and an infrared thermometer are key!