This soap castle recipe is a great activity for kids and provide a fun and safe option to bring the holidays into the tub. When you include your children in the process, it makes the gift a little more personal for those you love. You can combine different colours and scents to personalise them for your own little ones and the fun shapes make them the perfect combination of silliness and soap.


Material

  • 100g clear soap base
  • 1/2 tsp almond oil
  • 1/3 tsp magic red mica
  • 1/2 tsp blue mica
  • 2 ml chocolate fragrance oil
  • 1 castle silicone mould

Method

  1. Add almond oil to clear soap base and melt in microwave until liquid.
  2. Split the soap base into two batches.
  3. Add blue mica and chocolate fragrance oil to the batch one, add magic red mica to the batch two, mix well.
  4. Pour the red coloured soap to the silicone mould. Let it set for 5 min.
  5. Pour the rest of blue coloured soap base into the mould. Spray the soap with alcohol spritz to eliminate any bubbles and allow the soap to fully harden.
  6. Remove the soap from the mould and wrap in cling wrap.


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Lana King founded www.createyourcosmetics.com.au company and is grateful that through this business she is making a positive impact throughout the world. It was her love of natural cosmetics and passion for inspiring people that lead her to write a book “ 10 Reasons to Swap Your Lipstick – The Smart Woman’s Guide to Better Lipstick Options.” Lana started her career in the cosmetic industry as Biotechnologist, but soon realised that her real passion for educating people about safe and fresh cosmetics. In her spare time, Lana loves to create her own raw food recipes and practice yoga. She is also making plans to fulfil her dream of building a yoga retreat with a huge collection of books.

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  • Clever idea would make a thoughtful present. Thank you for showing how to make your soap castle.

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  • How exciting my children would love to try and make this soap castle what a brilliant idea for the school holidays!

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  • This looks fantastic! Can’t wait to make these with my kids!

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  • I’m going to look online for Moulds!

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  • I have been given a few of these over the years and always wondered how they were made. Now I know. They can be very pretty can’t they

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  • Love the photo. You did an excellent job. Thank you for sharing your idea.

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  • THANKYOU a friend of mine is big on soaps, I think I’ll look for a special mould, for her. Thanks for sharing.

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  • I’ve always wondered how you make soap – thanks for sharing!

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  • This is cool

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  • wow, this looks amazing. thanks for sharing.

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  • Thanks very much for sharing, seems really easy and fun!

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  • Thank you so much for sharing! This looks wonderful! I can’t wait to try it! :D

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  • There are so many different moulds you could use.

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  • This looks fantastic. I’m very impressed.

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  • How clever is that. It looks fantastic. Thank you

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