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If you like fun soap hacks as much as we do, get ready to have some fun, because we’ve got some DIY soap hacks that you won’t want to miss. New here? Don’t forget to subscribe to Crafty Hackers to be the first to see our newest DIY projects and hacks. And give this video a thumbs up if you liked it. Let’s get started!
For this, you’ll want to cut up some clear soap base into chunks and put it in a double boiler. You can just use a metal bowl and a pot, like we’ve done here. Melt the soap on low heat. Take a clear plastic cup and cut the top off about halfway down the cup. Use the cup to trace a circle on some bubble wrap. Cut out the circle. Measure the bubble wrap to the cup and cut out another piece. Measure the small end of the cup and cut out another circle from the bubble wrap. You should have three pieces of bubble wrap these sizes and shapes. Cut and stick some pieces of double sided tape onto the bubble wrap sections. Tape the small circle cut-out into the bottom of the cup. Add the large section of bubble wrap to the sides of the cup. Pour the melted soap into a bowl and add some soap dye. Pour the soap into the cup with the bubble wrap inside. Spray the top with rubbing alcohol, and let it set. Once the soap is hardened, take it out of your DIY honeycomb soap mold. You’ll have to cut it away with a box cutter. Carefully peel back the sides of the cup, and pull off the bubble wrap. Looks like a honeycomb, right? Use the box cutter to trim it and make it look nice. Cut it into slices and enjoy using it in your bathroom.
Using your double boiler, melt some clear soap base and pour it into a small glass container. Add a bit of soap dye to a stick and stir it into the soap. Elevate one side of your soap mold, and spray the inside with a bit of rubbing alcohol. Pour the first layer of soap in. Then, make a different color layer using the clear base and soap dye. After you’ve mixed up the next layer, spray the soap in the mold with rubbing alcohol. This will keep the soap from forming unsightly bubbles. Pour in the next layer, then prop up the other side of the mold. Make your next layer. Pour in good smelling essential oil and soap dye and stir. Scrape some lines into the hardened soap in the mold and spray it with alcohol. Pour the last layer of soap on top and spray the top with rubbing alcohol. After it sets, remove it from the mold. Homemade rainbow soap for the win!
Soap with a Thread
Add some soap dye to melted clear soap base. Spray rubbing alcohol into the soap mold. Pour the soap into the mold. Next grab some decorative string. Put it into the soap, using a toothpick. Spray with rubbing alcohol when you’re done. Cut some chunks of cream soap. Melt it on low heat in a double boiler until it becomes a liquid. Pour it into a bowl and stir in some essential oil to make it smell nice. Use a toothpick to scrape some lines into the hardened soap in the mold and spray with alcohol. Pour the cream soap on top and spray with a bit more rubbing alcohol. Once the soap is hardened, it should look like this. Pull the rope out of the soap to make a fun design inside. Cool trick, right?