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Homemade soap with embossed print

Homemade soap with embossed print

Soaps with relief

 

Our favorite technique is making soaps with the Melt and Pour technique, and we are glad that many of you also like this activity. We, on the other hand, like to experiment, and we really enjoy sharing ideas with you. In this meeting we will give you an idea how to quickly and easily make a beautiful soap not only colored and decorated according to your preferences, but also with embossed printing.

 

In the steps below we will follow how the magic happens.

Required materials:

White soap base

Liquid soap colorant

Silicone mold

Silicone stamps

Fragrance oil

Natural jute twine

Paper Piercer

Denatured alcohol

 

measure soap base

 

Separate the desired amount of soap base and cut into cubes, approximately 2x2 cm. You can melt in a water bath, or in the microwave at full power - it is good in this case to stir the base for about thirty seconds to help faster thaw and prevent boiling. The melted base ready for flavoring and decorating will look like a thick syrup. Of course, use household gloves to avoid burns - the base heats up very much.

 

 

place a silicone stamp in to the mold

 

Wash the silicone mold and spray with alcohol. Allow to evaporate. Place the silicone stamp with the relief facing up and make sure it fits snugly to the bottom of the silicone mold. Add a drop of liquid colorant to the melted base - no more than 5%. Keep in mind that the dyes are very highly concentrated. If you want to get more pastel shades of the future soap, melt a wooden stick in the colorant and stir in the still liquid base. Pour the prepared base carefully and slowly into the silicone mold, being careful not to move the seal.

 

spray with rubbing alcohol

 

Remove air bubbles, if any, by spraying with alcohol. Prepare differently colored soap bases and different stamps. Allow the soap to harden for three hours.

 

jently remove silicone stamp

 

Once the soaps have finally hardened, carefully remove from the silicone mold. Remove carefully remove the seal with tweezers, being careful not to damage the surface of the soap.

 

Once the soaps have finally hardened, carefully remove from the silicone mold. Remove carefully remove the seal with tweezers, being careful not to damage the surface of the soap.

 

If desired, you can drill a hole in the soap and hang on a hemp rope.

 

soaps with relief

 

And, done - you already have a relief soap with a design of your favorite print.

 

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