Handmade Soap

Ages 9-16+

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$24.95

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Description

Soap up with your very own soap next time you wash your hands. Use this soap making kit to learn how to craft your own colorful, handmade soaps. Once you have the basics down, you'll be able to experiment with shapes, angles, contrast, and colors.

Includes a step-by-step video tutorial link, illustrated instructions, all the materials, and additional art & design ideas and inspiration.

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  • Soap Making
  • Color Mixing
  • Soap

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4.5

6 reviews

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  1. My daughter enjoyed this project

    Review by Timothy on March 5, 2018

    It inspired my daughter to get creative with the soaps. The directions were simple to follow, the quality of the items is top notch and it allows my daughter and I to work together on fun projects.

  2. Fun

    Review by Terilynn on March 3, 2018

    I liked that it had good quality material and it was a better quality kit than what typically is bought in a store.

  3. This crate was a hit

    Review by Shultis on March 3, 2018

    I teach home school - Using this Doodle crate was perfect to use as a lab- The time between melting and solidification was just what was needed for the lecture part of what the pioneers did to make soap.

  4. Super easy

    Review by Matthew on March 3, 2018

    The step by step instructions were great. They made it very easy for my daughter to make the soap dish completely on her own and she was able to make the soap with just a little bit of help. (handling the warm container right out of the microwave & clean up)

  5. Soapmaking

    Review by Benson on February 24, 2018

    Was a little worried that the coloring in the soap would stain, but haven't seen that happen.

  6. Cute project

    Review by Reshamad on February 24, 2018

    Fairly easy to do and my little one had done a similar activity at school, so she could execute this pretty much on her own. From a challenge perspective it wasn’t that much of a challenge but regardless was a fun activity

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