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Fall Leaves Soap Bar

By: SoapQueen

Learn how to make a one-time fall leaf soap bar. This is a fun decoration to have out during the autumn season. Use orange spice fragrance for that fresh fall smell.



  • Clear Melt and Pour
  • Orange Spice Fragrance Oil
  • Water Soluble Paper
  • Fall Leaves PDF



  1. Download the PDF file of leaves. Print them on any type of color printer onto Water Soluble Paper. Then cut the images out with scissors. Leave a little piece of the white to use as a handle when we’re dipping the leaves. Hint: Remember that leaves are not perfect and often misshaped so don’t spend too much time cutting around every nook and cranny.

  2. Tear off a strip of wax paper or butcher paper and tape it to a hard surface, shiny side up. This is going to be our drying rack.

  3. Melt 2-3 ounces of clear soap base and mix in your fragrance oil of choice (I chose Orange Spice for Fall- refreshing, spicy and delicious). Other Fall Favorites: Red Apple, Pumpkin Spice, Turkish Mocha, Chai Tea, Ginger Pear, Sandalwood Vanilla.
  4. Hold a paper leaf by the “handle” and dip the entire leaf into the melted soap base. Then place the soaked leaf on your wax paper to let dry.
  5. Once the leaves are cool, peel them off by the handle. Use your scissors to snip off the handle and trim up the edges with a craft knife or your fingers. Some leaves might have a little extra soap on the edges while others will look perfect!
  6. Put the leaves in a little bowl by the bathroom sink. Each guest will have their own individual soap to use!

Hand Washing Advice from the Soap Queen: Experts say that you should keep a good lather for about 30 seconds or as long as it takes you to sing Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star. These leafy soaps will last for the perfect (and recommended) amount of hand washing time.

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@barb347444 3467274, Calea is correct. We tested the download on our end and the PDF file opens fine for us. You do need to have Adobe installed on your computer if you do not already (it is free). I hope this helps! --Editor of FaveCrafts

To barb who is having problems: I didn't have a problem viewing the pdf. Make sure you have an up to date version of Acrobat installed because the problem is on your side, with your computer. How do I know? Because if there was a problem with the pdf there would be a lot of people complaining about it and you're the only one who's complained.

Why does the PDF for the leaves not come up. Acrobat shows an empty page. I would love to make these but no luck.


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