Back when I made jelly soaps for the first time, I mentioned that if you don’t have a silicone mold to use you can just make the soaps in cups or a mason jar. Today I am showing you how to do just that! Of course, I couldn’t make plain, single-colored soap…. I had to make pretty rainbow jelly soap! This is a fun DIY for Spring or St. Patrick’s Day, but if you love color you will love it all year long!
Watch this short video to see how to make your own rainbow jelly soap. If you aren’t already subscribed to my YouTube channel, hop over and click the SUBSCRIBE button. I release two new videos every week!
You don’t need any fancy soap making supplies to make jelly soaps. I used cosmetic pigments to color my soap, but you could just as easily use food coloring.
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The finished soaps look like little gems or colorful rocks! Layering the soap in a mason jar looks pretty and keeps the soaps from drying out in between uses. Just scoop a few pieces out, add water, and rub them between your hands to use.
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Let's be buds.
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