Microwave Snowflake Soap




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These snowflake soaps are wonderful for the holidays, and especially if you need a last minute gift. They are inexpensive to make and very easy to prepare with just a couple steps. Fragrant and beautiful, they look store bought!

Step 1: Supplies

Gathering supplies is simple! With only 5 ingredients, you can make these soaps in no time.


*1 2lb block of soap (I just shea butter)
*1 snowflake silicone mold (i got mine from Amazon)
*Peppermint fragrance
*Silver glitter
*Blue soap dye

Kitchen Utensils:
*Microwaveable mixing bowl
*Sharp knife
*Cutting board

Step 2: Cut Soap

Before microwaving, you'll want to cut the soap in about 1 inch pieces or small cubes. About 3/4 of the entire block made 6 full snowflakes. Add to the bowl.

Step 3: Microwave

Microwave the soap on high for 30 seconds until soap is smooth and not chunky (keep microwaving in 10 second intervals until right consistency).

Step 4: Add Ingredients

Add the glitter (desired amount), a few drops of blue dye, peppermint oil until mixed thoroughly. I added some extra glitter at the end to make mine more sparkly!

Step 5: Fill Molds

After everything is fully mixed together, fill molds. Note: if you wait too long to pour it, the soap can get chunky, its better to work with it when it's warm. If it does clump up a little, just simiply microwave it for a few more seconds. Let sit at least 40 minutes at room temperature or until fully cooled down.

Step 6: Pop Out of Molds

Pop the snowflakes out of the molds and put in gift bags! Enjoy your awesome soaps!



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    10 Discussions


    3 years ago

    This is awesome! Thanks so much! Where do you get the 2lb block of shea butter?


    3 years ago on Introduction

    These look beautiful! Can you use food coloring for the blue? Or is it another kind of dye? Thanks in advance for answering.


    5 years ago

    Follow me please

    Mama LeAnn

    5 years ago

    I also love the plate the soaps are on in the last pic! *<{:{>

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