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Try This Colorful Roses Soap Recipe

Celebrate the beauty of the Spring season with this vibrant, rose-adorned loaf soap.

Celebrate the beauty of the Spring season with this vibrant, rose-adorned loaf soap.

Life of the Party Products Needed:

Items From Around Your House:

  • Large microwave-safe measuring cups
  • Plastic spoon
  • Knife
  • Kitchen scale (optional)

Directions:

Part One -

  1. Cut soap base along scored lines to make cubes. Divide into four piles and melt according to directions on soap base label.
  2. Once melted, add liquid color to each cup. In one of the cups, add pink and red color one drop at a time until you achieve the desired dark pink shade. In the second cup, add yellow color one drop a t a time until you achieve the desired color. In the third cup, add orange color one drop at a time until you achieve the desired color. In the fourth cup, add green and blue color one drop at a time until you achieve the desired color. Mix well.
  3. Pour pink, yellow, and orange melted soap into rose mold. Do not overfill.
  4. Pour green melted soap into leaf mold. Do not overfill. 
  5. Spray any air bubbles with a spritz of alcohol.
  6. Allow soap to set until it is hardened and cool to the touch. Continue working on Part Two.

Part Two -

  1. Cut soap soap base along scored lines to make cubes. Divide into three piles and melt according to directions on soap base label.
  2. Once melted, add fragrance of your choice to each cup. For this recipe, we used Cherry Blossom. We recommend using 1 to 4 drops per ounce of soap. Mix well.
  3. In one of the cups, add pink color one drop at a time until you achieve the desired color. In the second cup, add yellow color one drop a t a time until you achieve the desired color. In the third cup, add orange color one drop at a time until you achieve the desired color. Mix well.
  4. Pour melted soap into the loaf mold one color at a time in a swirling motion and use a plastic spoon to gently swirl until you get the desired effect. Don't swirl too much or soap will blend together. Alternatively, you can use our Soap Swirling Set for this step if you prefer.
  5. Spray any air bubbles with a spritz of alcohol.
  6. Allow soap to set for 10 minutes. During that time, gently release soap roses and leaves from their molds.
  7. Before the loaf soap is fully set, add roses and leaves from Part One to the top of the loaf in a layered, organic style.
  8. Allow the loaf to fully set. 
  9. Release the loaf from the mold following the instructions on the mold. Cut loaf into bars and enjoy!

Have fun! We'd love to see your finished creations. Tag us on Instagram at @life.of.the.party.soap

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