|Now you have your adorable curls and cutouts. As cute as they are now, unfortunately they don’t last very long as individual soaps. One thing you can do is place them inside a larger translucent bar. Now your masterpieces will last longer! How fun!
You will need:
Curls and Cutouts
Place your mold on a flat surface. Fill your mold with your curls and cutouts. Arrange them until you are satisfied. Remember, you are looking at your soap from the bottem. Spray your curls and cutouts with alcohol so bubbles do not form on them inside your soap.
Slowly pour your cooled melt and pour soap into the mold. You will want to do it gently otherwise your carefully arranged pattern will move and you may not like the result. Once you have filled the mold, allow the soap to cool. Now you have an incredibly classy soap. You can use it for everything from bridal showers to birthday parties!
Note: You will want to be cautious because if your melt and pour soap is too hot it will melt your curls and cutouts and make them swirl. It is an interesting effect but one you may not want.
Don’t miss Melt and Pour Mishaps, Pouring Techniques and Scientific Analysis next week!