These pretty pink trees will fit perfectly on your bathroom sink. They have a flat bottom so they stand upright and will decorate your bathroom beautifully for Christmas. This tutorial is for 4 tree soaps. Each soap is about 4 oz.
Here’s what you need to make these sparkly trees
1 pound of Shea Butter Soap Base (or you can use any white soap base)
Small amount of rubbing alcohol in a small spray bottle
Microwavable measuring cup
1. Cut 4 oz of your shea butter soap base into 1/2 inch cubes. Put into microwave for 20 seconds. Remove from microwave and stir away any unmelted chunks of soap.
2. Stir in 1 teaspoon of white micro glitter into melted soap base.
3. Your going to use 4 of your mold cavities. Pour one once of soap into each mold cavity and swirl your soap around the top half of your soap mold.Slowly swirl until soap begins to set and is setting on the bottom and sides of the soap mold.
4. Put your soap mold aside and cut the rest of your shea butter soap into 1/2 inch cubes. Melt in microwave for 40 seconds. If there are large chunks of soap left microwave in 10 second increments until most of the soap is melted.Stir away any unmelted soap chunks.
5. Add your fragrance oil, stir until fragrance oil is well incorporated.
5. Add your tropical red colorant a few drops at a time until you get to desired color.
6. Add the rest of the white micro glitter and stir into soap.
7. Working quickly, lightly score the soap with a fork ( the soap in the mold cavities,be careful and use a light hand, you don’t want to puncture the sides of the mold).
8. After you score the soap spritz the soap cavities with alcohol.
9. Pour in your pink melted soap base to the mold cavities on the of the white soap.
10. Let your soap set for 4 hours before removing.
Here’s the same soap in a green colorant and without any colorant. Have fun making these and embellish these little soaps with pearl salts, glitter and whatever else your creative mind can come up with! Use our downloadable tree tags too!