Loving all the Melt and Pour soap projects about the place these days. I am a huge fan of Soap Queen. I blogged about her Melt and Pour Christmas Ornaments yesterday so today I am going to share with you a DIY snowflake soap project using melt and pour soap too.

YOU WILL NEED 

• Snowflake 5 piece cookie cutter set
• 2-3 oz Bramble Berry white soap base
• 17 oz Bramble Berry clear soap base
• Super Pearly White Mica
• Shredded Iridescent Glitter 
• Liquid Blue – non bleeding
• Fragrance of your choice – Soap Queen used Bramble Berry’s Santa’s Spruce for this one.
• 2 cup capacity containers or glass microwave safe measuring cup
• 1 cup capacity pyrex containers or glass microwave safe measuring cup
(if you have two, 2 cup capacity pyrex containers that will work just fine!)
• 8 in. x 8 in. Glossy Silicone Square mold
• Scale that weighs to a tenth of an ounce
• Clean cutting surface
• 2 Plastic droppers – one for fragrance, one for soap
• 1/4 Teaspoon measuring spoon
• sprayer with rubbing alcohol
• food thermometer
• cup with just under boiling water
• plastic wrap

Pop over here to see a step by step tutorial complete with pictures. Soap Queen also sell a kit to make all of this yourself

Buy everything you need in the click of a button!
Kit does not include the snowflake cutters or scale.
PHOTO PROPERTY OF SOAP QUEEN

By Nellie Lee Luhrmann




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  1. CraftCrave | Blog | Free Handcraft Items or Tutorials (large): Sunday, 18 Dec 2011 on December 18, 2011 2:48 am

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