I recently discovered how to make soap and it’s really fun and simple! Be sure to check out my Kids Soap Tutorial HERE. You can see my sweet daughter actually make soap all by herself! And today I created some really fun and festive handmade oatmeal cinnamon soap! This makes a perfect holiday gift, for men or women. It smells amazing and only takes a few minutes of hands-on time. A big huge thank you to Consumer Crafts for making this post possible today. All ideas and opinions are mine.
The other day I hinted that I was buying a few supplies online for an upcoming project and I was so excited when my supplies arrived the other day! I got to work immediately creating this Oatmeal Cinnamon Soap and love how it turned out.
Here is how to make soap easy and quickly:
- 2 lb Oatmeal Soap Base
- 1 oz Cinnamon Scent
- Soap Molds
- Cooking Spray (optional but highly recommended)
- Cinnamon Sticks (optional)
- Jute (optional)
- Baker’s Twine (optional)
How to make soap step by step:
First, cut your Oatmeal Soap base into smaller pieces and place it in a microwave-safe dish. Microwave the soap on a lower power for 30 seconds at a time, stirring in between. Once the soap base is melted, add your cinnamon scent and stir well.
Coat your soap molds with a thin layer of cooking spray and pour the melted oatmeal cinnamon soap into the molds. Allow the soap to set completely. I placed my soap outside in my cool garage to help these set quickly.
The oatmeal cinnamon soap will pop out of the molds very easily if the soap is completely set and if you used cooking spray.
I tied these up with a bit of jute, twine, and a few cinnamon sticks! And they are perfect to give as holiday gifts this year or just because!
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