Make Cute Bathroom Soaps

4 Materials
1 Hour
It is super easy to make cute bathroom soaps to match your bathroom decor! These soaps are also great for kids that might not enjoy bath time, as these are the perfect DIY gifts to help change that. After all, who doesn't love an adorable rubber duck?
So first gather up your supplies and head to a clear countertop to work on.
Unwrap a bar of your pure glycerin soap and place in a microwave safe glass bowl or measuring cup. Microwave your glycerin soap for 20 seconds at a time stirring after each 20 seconds. It took my bar of soap about 60 seconds to melt completely. Be careful when removing your glass container from the microwave because it will be hot.

Feel free to add a scent to your soap after melting. We like to add a couple of drops of  Lavender Essential Oil. Give one more quick stir and now your are ready to pour your melted glycerin soap into your containers.
Pour melted soap into silicone cups. One bar of melted soap will fill up about 3 small silicone muffin molds.

Once you have poured your melted soap into your mold, carefully place your small rubber bath toy into the soap. Push down a little to make sure your cute bath toy is down in the soap. Your bath toy may even touch the bottom of your mold, that way the toy will stay in the soap after multiple uses.
Let your soap dry for about an hour (for quicker drying time, place in freezer for around 30 minutes). Once your soap is set, gently pull it out of your mold and it’s ready to use!

Have you ever tried making your own bathroom soaps to match your decor before? They just add something extra fun!
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