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    1 posts, 1 voices, 659 views, started Sep 16, 2008

    Posted on Tuesday, September 16, 2008 by Cheryl Guy


    • Garnett


      Whipping up a few bars of your own soap is about as easy as making “homemade” chocolate chip cookies (fresh from the cold section of your local grocery store). And the best part? You can’t eat soap (well you can but I wouldn’t recommend it). Break out these homemade soaps when you want something pretty in your guest bathroom or to give someone as a gift.

      One block of pure glycerin melt and pour soap (available at most craft stores)
      your favorite essential oils
      dried herbs or soap additives like sea kelp
      soap colorizing powder or dye (optional)
      soap molds (also available at craft stores)

      Cut the soap block into several large chunks. Melt in a microwave for approximately 40 seconds on high and then in 10 seconds intervals until melted. Let cool slightly and add color, herbs and fragrance. Pour into molds and let cool completely for at least 30 minutes. Gently release from molds and wrap in brown craft paper and raffia for a pretty presentation.


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