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Sunday, August 8, 2010

Lollipop Soap

This past weekend, I had a baby shower for one of my really good friends. The theme was *Sweet Treats*. It was a dessert shower and despite the fact that I gained some good old l-b-s's (aka: pounds), the party favor did NOT make me gain any. Check these out!

Don't they look good enough to eat wash your hands with?? They were so easy to make.

Here is a picture of what you will need:
Clear glycerin soap from Hobby Lobby, scent oil, coloring, a cookie pan and lollipop sticks. You will also want a spritzer bottle with rubbing alcohol in it.

Start out by putting the soap into a microwave safe container, I microwaved it for 1 minute the first time at half power, then 30 seconds at half power until melted. You do not want it to boil.

This is what it looks like all melted. If you see little bubbles, spritz in some rubbing alcohol and the bubbles magically disappear!

Add in your coloring. A little goes a long way and you can always add more. Stir it up really good and spritz more alcohol if you see bubbles.

Then add your scent. As much or as little as you want. Stir it up good and spritz more alcohol if you see bubbles. Slowly pour into your mold. If bubbles appear, what do you do? Spritz alcohol!

Let them cool and then pull them away from the mold. They weren't hard to remove, but if the stick wiggles too much, they aren't cool enough, give 'em more time.

Like I said, I used these as party favors, but they would make excellent house-warming gifts, holiday gifts, Mother's Day gifts, etc. Don't forgot to include a little note with them that reminds people not to eat the soap. Mine said something like, "Please enjoy, but do not lick- For eating soap can make you sick!"

I will be posting to these parties this week.


  1. This is such a cute idea! And it looks soooooo easy too!!! What a great tip with the alcohol spritz...never knew that...

    I host a Friday link party if you are ever insterested in linking up, I'd love to have you!


  2. this is so amazingly cute! i just love them. popping in from something i just whipped up!

  3. These are really sweet and would make a great party favour for any child's party. Very nice.

  4. These are super cute! How clever!


  5. Those would make adorable gifts!

  6. These are seriously precious!! They look so real! I am happy to be your newest blog follower and would love to have you as a friend at FrouFrouDecor! I'm hosting at link party/giveaway every Friday and would love to have you link up your finds!! Hope to see you there!!
    ~Terrell @ FrouFrouDecor~

  7. These are terrific! I think I'll make some of these for stocking stuffers! Thanks! La

  8. That is a wonderful idea. I am stopping by from Friday Favorites. I was wondering where you got all of your supplies.. Have an amazing day. I am hosting a party also if you want to stop by..

  9. That would make it easier to wash my 16 year olds mouth out with soap!! ;)

  10. This is Lovely :-) I am hosting a jewelry giveaway on my blog. Would love for you to visit.

  11. Wow, thanks so much for sharing this. Looks easy to make and how cute!

    I am a new Friday Follower. Would love for ya to come visit at my blog.

    Critique of the Unique

  12. That's so cute and simple! What a great twist on a dessert theme. Fun! Visiting from Remodelaholic. :)

  13. How funny! I went to a friends babyshower this weekend that's theme was sweet treats as well.

    Very clever!

  14. These are adorable and fun! I love the baby shower you threw! I will feature this at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com.

  15. such a fun christ mas present Idea for my kids!!!!I love your blog!!!


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