FrugalBaby: DIY Specialty-Shaped Kid Soaps

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Monday, May 13, 2019 | 0 comments
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Image: Guest soap, by Monika Schröder on Pixabay
Save your old soap scraps, melt them down, and pour into Play Dough molds or candy molds or specialty ice cube trays - even just pour onto a cookie sheet.

If using a cookie sheet: when the soap has hardened somewhat on the cookie sheet, cut out shapes with a cookie cutter to add some fun to your child's bath time.

If using molds: just pop them out once the soap is completely hard.

An older child can have fun cutting out the shapes themselves.

For longer use, let your new soaps harden for a week or two before using.

Thanks to Karen for this Frugal Baby Tip!

Image: Longzang 4 Cavity 3D Angels Silicone Mold for DIY Cake Chocolate Panna Cotta Pudding Jelly Baking Soap moldsShopping Suggestions:
3D Angels Soap Molds

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Wilton Candy and Lollipop Mold/Seashell

LEGO Minifigure Ice Cube Tray

Looney Tunes Play-doh Mold Toys

SuperHero Cookie Cutters

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