Snowflake Soap Tutorial

I hope you are having a wonderful December so far and are looking forward to Christmas.  I LOVE to shop for others for Christmas, but even more than that, I love to create gifts to give for Christmas.  Mostly because I just love to create, but also because I love to give something that is unique that no one else is going to have.  If you are looking for a unique stocking stuffer or gift for a little FROZEN fan in your life, this Snowflake Soap Tutorial is your ticket!

Snowflake Soap Tutorial

To get started with this simple and fun gift idea, you are going to need a few items on hand.

Snowflake Soap Tutorial

  • clear glycerin soap base
  • turquoise color additive
  • snowflakes (pick these up in the craft store)
  • shape molds
  • funnel
  • glass bowl
  • *optional* your favorite essential oil

Follow the directions with your soap base on melting.  I actually grabbed this soap kettle to melt my soap base in.  With the holidays you can get these for half off, just like I did at my local craft store.

Snowflake Soap Tutorial

After you have your base melted, transfer it over to a glass bowl and allow to start cooling before placing into the soap mold.  This is where you want to add in any essential oil you might and any coloring. Once these are mixed into the base, it’s time to pour.

Snowflake Soap Tutorial

I lined up all of my soap molds and placed the snowflakes throughout.  I then grabbed my funnel and a ladle to pour the base over the snowflakes into the mold.  (I use the funnel so I don’t get bubbles from pouring.)

Allow to cool, and then pop your soaps out of the molds.

Snowflake Soap Tutorial

I love the way these turned out! Now all you need is to add them to a little gift bag and tie with a ribbon.  Place in the stocking, or give unwrapped to your favorite FROZEN fan.

Snowflake Soap Tutorial

This Snowflake Soap Tutorial is super easy, and it’s such a fun gift to give.  Wishing you a very Merry Christmas from my family to yours!

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Jennifer, is a Southern girl living in Louisiana, and is addicted to crafting. When Jennifer sees something she likes, she has a crazy need to try and make it. With her blog, PinkWhen, Jennifer gets to share all of her addictions of DIY, crafting, upcycling, recipes, healthy living, and more. Jennifer and her husband have four kiddos whom they merged together to become quite the little “Brady Bunch”. Their children include two girls ages 12 and 2 years old, and two boys who are 8 and 5. “I am excited to be able to share some of these ideas with you on My Crafty Spot and look forward to many fun posts!”

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