Saturday, April 16, 2011

Jelly Soap Tutorial

In the past, I taught a class that included a bath jelly project which we put the end product in a mason jar. I found this recipe from RiverLea Soap (The Soap Fanatic) on making your own Jelly Soap. What is unique about this recipe is that in the author's instructions it tells you to pour the mixture into a mold. But I am just curious about how the soap will remain it's shape. I know that it has gelatin in the mixture that it may remain in a jell-o like state but once the soap gets warm will it go limp.

2 comments:

Riverlea Soap said...

HI there
Thanks so much for posting my Jelly soap tutorial. I noticed you were curious about why i poured it onto a mould. This is because it had to go into the fridge to set and i chose to put it in a flat mould so I would have an even layer that could then be cut into chunks. Hope this helped.

Soap Crafter said...

Thanks for sharing that tip. I love your tutorials and hope you post more so I can share...