Not only do these mummies fit perfectly into little hands but with halloween just around the corner  you know what that means……..that’s right sticky, sugar coated fingers!  Never fear the kids will want to wash up often with these super cute “Marching Mummies”

Thanks to Christine @ How Do I Make Soap for sharing her Marching Mummies with CraftGossip. Here are a few tips from Christine to help you on your way.

“These soap mummies are made using a mini person silicone mold. This is a great versatile soap mold that can be used to make mini soaps or as embeds in other soap creations. The key to success in making these little mummies is coating them with the soap string. Soap must not be to hot or the soap will spread, let your soap cool to about 120 degrees and work quickly. Also try working in smaller batches of six when stringing the mummies. This will assure your soap doesn’t seize up on you too quickly.” 

Oh!  and if you are new to this you  are probably wondering where you can go to buy everything to get started right?  Check out How Do I Make Soap’s Online Etsy Store “Lather & Lotions Soap Making Supplies” they have everything you need there. Lather and Lotions also offer many levels of soap making classes as well as other bath and body workshops in their Fort Wayne centre, you can explore that further by clicking  here

Ok You Will Need

Mini person silicone mold

5 drops  Black soap colorant

24 oz white melt and pour soap base

1 oz fragrance oil of your choice  

Fork

Toothpicks

Small spritzer bottle with alcohol

To see what to do next click here  for step by step directions. On that note and in the words of Christine herself………… Happy Soaping!


 

 

 

By Nellie Lee Luhrmann




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