DIY Craft – How To Make Red White And Blue Layered Soap

by Valerie, Mom Knows It All

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DIY Red White And Blue Layered Soap will add a splash of color to your bathroom. It’s perfect for anyone entertaining on the 4th of July.

  How To Make Red White And Blue Layered Soap

How To Make Red, White And Blue Layered Soap

The 4tbh of July is almost here. If you’re one of the many people doing a little entertaining you might be sprucing up various rooms in your home before the day arrives. One of those rooms is almost certainly the bathroom. One way to spruce up a bathroom is with some pretty soap. Today I’m sharing a tutorial on how to use melt and pour soap to make red, white and blue soap bars. This handmade layered soap will add a splash of color to your bathroom and bring a smile to the face of your guests. The tutorial is easy, it walks you through creating three layers. Should you run into a hiccup remember you’re using melt and pour soap so you can always melt it again and start over. Here’s how to make Red, White And Blue Layered soap.

Supplies Needed

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How To Make Red White And Blue Layered Soap

Instructions

Cut the soap into ½ inch – 1 inch cubes.

Set 2 cubes aside

Divide the remainder of the cubes into 3 equal piles.

Place the 2 cubes you set aside into a measuring cup. Microwave on high for about 20 seconds.

Add 2 drops of cherry soap colorant and stir well.

Pour the soap mixture into the mold and let set for 30 minutes.

Remove the soap from the mold and cut it into small strips, about ⅛ inch in size.

Roll each strip from one end to the other, creating the decorative top of the soap. Set aside.

How To Make Red White And Blue Layered Soap

How To Make Red White And Blue Layered Soap

How To Make Red White And Blue Layered Soap

Put one of the piles of soap cubes into the measuring cup and microwave on high for 30 seconds. Stir well. If not completely melted, put in for 10 second intervals until completely melted.

Add 5 drops of Blueberry Soap Colorant and stir well.

Pour the soap mixture into the mold, spray with rubbing alcohol to remove any bubbles, and let set for about 45 minutes.

Put the second pile of soap cubes into the measuring cup and microwave on high for 30 seconds. Stir well. If not completely melted, put in for 10 second intervals until completely melted.

Pour into mold (on top of the blue), spray with rubbing alcohol to remove any bubbles, and let set for about 45 minutes.

How To Make Red White And Blue Layered Soap

Put the remaining set of the piles of soap cubes into the measuring cup and microwave on high for 30 seconds. Stir well. If not completely melted, put in for 10 second intervals until completely melted.

Add 5 drops of Cherry Soap Colorant and stir well.

Pour into mold on top of the white soap.

Gather the rolls for the decorative top and spread over the top of the red layer of soap. Make sure that each one has set slightly into the layer that is liquified, so that they will stick and not fall out once the soap is dry.

How To Make Red White And Blue Layered Soap

Let set for about 45 minutes.

Remove the soap from the mold.

Cut into 1-2 inch bars.

How To Make Red White And Blue Layered Soap

How To Make Red White And Blue Layered Soap

How To Make Red White And Blue Layered Soap


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