Turn any bar of soap into a massage bar! How, you ask?
You’ll need this 9 ball mold from Bramble Berry and you’ll need a base mold. I used the bottom part only of the 4 Sphere Mold from Bramble Berry. But you can use whatever mold you want your base shape to be.
First you’ll need to make little massage balls using the 9 ball mold.
Then melt and pour your base shapes leaving a little over 1/4 inch at the top.
Let these form a nice thick skin so it will support the next layer.
Once ready, spray the base soaps with alcohol and pour on a thin layer of soap. (Don’t fill completely full because the balls will raise the level when you insert them.) Spray the little massage spheres with alcohol and insert them where you want them on the bars.
And now you have cute little massage bars! And the best part is…you can turn any bar into a massage bar using the 9 sphere mold.
My sister in law is pregnant! She is due in January so I guess I have babies on the mind.
This is a melt & pour tutorial…and I’m sitting here thinking of what other melt & pour tutorials my blog has to offer. Searching…searching…
NONE! I love melt & pour. I started my soapmaking journey with melt & pour. I have no melt & pour tutorials on my blog! That is just is so odd to me. So here it is…the first one!
Two Peas in a Pod
This is a super easy and quick tutorial…perfect for a last minute shower gift or hostess gift.
You will need 16 oz clear melt & pour soap base, 3 oz white melt & pour soap base, .5 oz fragrance oil, green mica and two wash clothes. You will also need my new favorite mold…the 4 Sphere Mold from Bramble Berry.
Chop up all of the melt & pour soap base and melt it in the microwave using 30 second bursts.
Add your green colorant and fragrance.
Pour into the sphere mold and let harden.
Take a wersh-rag (as my Granny Dot says) and fold in the sides as shown.
And place two peas on it.
Pinch up the sides like a taco and tie with ribbon or twine.
And there you have it! Adorable peas in a pod soap!
Happy Soaping and have a great weekend!