If you’re ready to celebrate spring, it may be time to break out a little neon! These Neon Geometric Melt and Pour Bars incorporate bright shades of green, pink, purple and yellow to create a complex design. The geometric shapes are created by pouring the soap while the 10″ Silicone Loaf Mold is propped at an angle. It’s scented with the Yuzu Cybilla Fragrance Oil, which smells fresh, bright and citrusy. These bars would be perfect for Easter, without being “too Easter-y.”
This melt and pour project requires some patience, but the results are well worth it. Before pouring each layer, the bottom layer needs to be cool and firm enough to support the layer on top. This project also requires a solid understanding of melt and pour temperature. It’s crucial to pour the layers while the soap is hot enough that it’s fluid, but not too hot that it melts the layers below. Make sure you have a spray bottle full of 99% isopropyl alcohol nearby to ensure the layers stick together.
This soap is a little tricky, and more suited for advanced melt and pour soapmakers. If you’ve never made melt and pour soap before, the Basic Melt and Pour Layers video on Soap Queen TV is a great place to start. I would then recommend attempting a simpler layered project to get the hang of it. Both the Ginger Patchouli Melt and Pour Bars and the Pumpkin Pie Melt and Pour Soap projects are great places to start.