Friday, July 5, 2013

Easy diy Soap Shapes

We are always on the look out for easy, quick "BOY" interesting crafts to do at home. Making fun shaped, great smelling soap is one of those things. And when we can make Lego shaped soap, well it makes it a whole lot better!

We used two different molds to make some fun soaps with, the Lego mold we found on Amazon and the alphabet mold is for chocolate.  The "easy" of this project is that we used a melt and pour soap base, just melt and pour, and used some of our coloring's and scents specifically for soap making.

We love the versatility of the molds, especially the Lego mold. We already have plans to make Lego bath bombs, healthy chocolate Lego bricks, frozen juice cubes and so much more!

These would also make great little party favors and if you got more than one mold, you could make up the names of the children.

Learning and bath time, mixed with a little play can be so much fun!

Save a couple of your disposal containers, they come in handy as a way to store your bath soaps. Now you have another idea to put on your Summer to do with the kids list! Have fun!!!

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  1. Super cute - my boys would love these too!

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  2. Kristin, this is such a cute idea and I can only imagine it's a huge hit with kids!! Thanks so much for sharing how to make these!

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