DIY Bar Soap From Soap Scraps


 

How to make a bar soap from soap scraps or old soap.
Super easy DIY handmade soap!
You don't need a microwave,a food processor,or any
  any special equipment to make this soap.
These soap can be used for soap carving.
You can make any color of soap you want.

 
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 Instruction Video



Part 1            Make the soap scraps into powder
Part 2   2:43  How to make a bar soap from powdered soap
Part 3   6:30  How to make colored soap
Part 4   8:45  Using a silicone mold
Part 5 10:20  Carving the DIY soap
 
PART 1
  Make the soap scraps into powder
 

 What You Will Need
           
 Soap
 Bowl
 Strainer
 Large spoon
 Paring knife
 Cutting mat    
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STEPS
 Please Click below for details on "How to make
 powdered soap".
How to make powdered soap

1. First,Chop the soap with a paring knife.
  Place the strainer on the bowl,put the soap into the strainer.
 

2. Grind the soap pieces with a large spoon.
 If soap pieces are left behind,chop them again and grind
 the soap pieces.
 Repeat these steps.
 

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PART 2
  How to make a bar soap from
   powdered soap
 

 What You Will Need
           
 Powdered Soap (7-8 tablespoons)
 Water (2 tablespoons )
 Bowl
 Spoon or spatula
 Measuring spoon(tablespoon - about 15 ml)
 Plastic food wrap
 Piece of cardboard
 Small plastic container or silicon mold
   The dimension of this container is
    8 cm x 5.5 cm x 2.5 cm
    ( 3-14" x 2-1/4" x 1" )
                  
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STEPS

 Watch the instruction Video from 2:43

1. Put 7 to 8 tablespoons of powdered soap in the bowl.
   
                                               
2.Then put 2 tablespoons of water in the bowl.
 
                                           
3.Mix them well.
 
 
4.Line the container with plastic wrap.
 


5.Put the soap dough into the container.
 
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6.Push the soap dough with a piece of cardboard to fill up
  the container.
 

 
                             
  7. Then leave the container for more than 3 hours at room
    temperature.
 


8.After 3 hours, pop the soap out of the container.
 


9.Let the soap dry for more than 2 days before you carve it.
 

 (Optional)
 You can make small soap with the leftover soap dough.
 

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PART 3 :  How to make colored soap
 

 What You Will Need
           
 Powdered Soap (7-8 tablespoons)
 Food coloring in water (2 tablespoons )
    Use your favorite color
 Bowl
 Spoon or spatula
 Measuring spoon(tablespoon - about 15 ml)
 Plastic food wrap
 Piece of cardboard
 Small plastic container or silicon mold
       
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STEPS
 Watch the instruction Video from 6:30

1.Put 7 to 8 tablespoos of powdered soap in the bowl.
  Mix the food coloring with water, then put 2 tablespoons
  of colored water in the bowl.
 
                                                                                                     
2.Mix them well.
   

3. Then put the soap dough in the container in the sameway.
   


4.Leave the container for more than 3 hours.
  After 3 hours, let the soap dry for more than 2 days
  before you carve it.
 
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Part 4 Using a silicone mold
 Watch the instruction Video from 8:45

You can use a silicone mold instead of a plastic container.
 I used a silicone cake mold.
 

Put the soap dough into the silicone mold, then cover
 with plastic wrap.
 

 
  Push the soap dough with a piece of cardboard to fill up
  the mold.
     

Leave the mold more than 3 hours.
After about 3 hours pop the soap out of the mold.
Let the soap dry for more than 2 days before you carve it.
     

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Part 5 Carving the DIY soap
Watch the instruction Video from 10:20

I carved a flying bird and flowers in my soap.    
   

I made a star shaped cut-out soap using the leftover soap.
   

And I carved a flower in a flower shaped cut out soap .
   

   

The six petal rose carved in the red soap.
   
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Enjoy your DIY soaps !
   

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