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Candy Cane DIY Soap Recipe

By: Starr Durrant from starrcreative.wordpress.com
Candy Cane DIY Soap Recipe
Candy Cane DIY Soap Recipe
This image courtesy of starrcreative.wordpress.com

"I cut up some white bars of soap into chunks and put each bar in the mic on high for 1 minute until a big fluffly cloud. Next I added a few drops of red food coloring and big tablespoon of crushed candy cane & press into pan .5" thick. Fill pan and when cool, cut, wrap in plastic and add a ribbon. Make a candy-can tripod (leave plastic on) with support bars for soap holder."

Estimated Cost: Under $10

Time to complete: In an evening

Primary Technique: Candlemaking/Soapmaking

Easy

Materials List
  • soap
  • candy canes
  • red food coloring
  • saran wrap
  • shallow pan
  • glue gun
  • ribbon
Instructions
  1. Cut bar of white soap into 6 chunks
  2. Put in disposable bowl in microwave for 1 minute on high or until big and fluffy
  3. Remove and quickly add big TBSP of crushed candy cane and 5 drops of red food coloring and mix until marbled
  4. Press into shallow pan - about .5" high
  5. Repeat until pan is full
  6. Cut into bars like brownies
  7. Cover in plastic wrap and ribbon
  8. For holder glue 3 candy-canes together with base at the top.
  9. Make sure front two have curved part set to be able to insert the soap

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This would be a great stocking stuffer, especially for the women, but I have a few questions about it. First, I can't quite wrap my head around the idea of something sticky in a bar of soap! Then, wouldn't the crushed candy be rough? Or does it dissolve fast enough when the soap is used?

Such great questions! I looked at Starr's blog to see if others had similar questions, and this is what she said: "I was worried the crushed candy cane would be sticky but not at all it an excellent exfoliate. Thanks for checking it out!" I hope that helps! -Editor of FaveCrafts

That definitely helps, thank you! )

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