Make a wonderful melt and pour apple pie soap! It made, using a 8x9 pan, about nine bars.
Step 1: Things You Need
White soap base
Clear soap base
Silicone brownie pan
You can get most of these items at Brambleberry.com
Step 2: Measure
Measure out some clear base ( not a lot) into a container. Set this aside. Now measure out some clear and some opaque base and melt it at 30 second intervals until it is completely melted. Add some apple fragrance. I admit that I added some pink and green, which I now regret. It started out a tiny amount of green
And then too much pink was added so I added more green. Don't make that mistake, unless you actually like how it turned out.
Step 3: Mold
Spray down the brownie pan with rubbing alcohol. Pour in your soap and spray the top with alcohol. Let it harden completely and I'll show you how to unmold. Don't make the soap too thick or it will take too long to harden. On the other hand, don't make it too thin, or it will break. Pull away from each side and turn the pan inside out to remove the soap. Cut it into chunks and set them aside. Now, we make the pie crust!
Step 4: Pie Crust
Now, put some clear, white, and opaque base into a cup and melt it at 30 second intervals. Scent it with vanilla fragrance, which can be found nearly anywhere cheaply. Color it with yellow, a little red, and a little blue food coloring. Spray your mold with alcohol, pour in your soap, and spray with rubbing alcohol. After you unmold, cut it into diagonal strips. Make another one, but leave it in the mold until it is almost hardened. Then, spray with rubbing alcohol and proceed to the next step.
Step 5: Broth and Putting It Together
Melt some clear and scent it with cinnamon fragrance. Color it with the TINIEST amount of red and only let the color swirl. Put the intact crust into the mold, put the apple squares in, add the cinnamon broth and put the crust strips on top. Melt some clear to seal it.