Channel your retro self! These tie dye soaps are easy and fun to make. No two are exactly the same.
Here are a few things you can try:
-If you think you didn’t have enough drops in the mold, you can add a drop or two while you are pouring.
-We listed an optional spray bottle of rubbing alcohol. If you have one, and can do two things at once, try spritzing once or twice as you pour, it can give you cool swirl effects.
-When you are done fillingz the mold (before the soap is dry), you can take the straight end of a spoon, place it into the soap, touching the bottom, and use it to swirl the color a little.
The soap needs to cool now. It will probably take about 30-40 minutes. It should be cool to the touch before you try to remove it from the mold. Once it has completely cooled, release the soap by applying constant, even pressure with thumbs to the backside of the mold. You may need to gently pull one side of mold away from the soap bar to break the air seal and apply, even pressure to back.
To keep it fresh until you’re ready to use or gift it, wrap the soap in plastic wrap, pulling it tight and snug, in the back of the soap bar. Use scissors to remove excess plastic wrap. You can decorate with strips of scrapbook paper and ribbon.