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How to make Christmas Tree Soap Lego

How to make Christmas Tree Soap Lego

Christmas Tree Soap LegoLooking for a great activity to do with your kids this holiday season? This all-natural product provides a fun and safe activity for kids, and a beautiful gift for friends and family.

These Christmas Tree Soap Legos are a great gift for kids and provide a fun and safe option to bring the holidays into the tub. When you include your children in the process, it makes the gift a little more personal for those you love.

You can combine different colours and scents to personalise them for your own little ones and the fun shapes make them the perfect combination of silliness and soap.

Here’s what you’ll need:
• Clear Soap Base: I used the clear soap base because it is easier to add colour to later.
• Almond Oil: This non-fragrant oil is superbly rich in Vitamin E & D, minerals such as calcium, potassium and magnesium, making it perfect for babies and children; however, it should be avoided or replaced with a different oil if your children have nut allergies.
• Alcohol Spritz Isopropyl Alcohol: This agent is used to remove bubbles from the top of the soap.
• Fragrance Oil: In this sample, I used strawberry, gingerbread, bubblegum and chocolate fragrance oils. You can use your own combination of fragrance oils for your little ones.
• Mould: This black mold is a basic square mould I use to form the soap, which is later shaped using cookie cutters.
• Mica Coloring: Mica is an all-natural mineral used to create beautiful pigments. I used blue, red, green, and orange.

  • Begin by cutting the 100g of soap base into small squares approximately 1 cm in size.
  • In a small container, melt one square of soap base until it is completely liquefied. Then, using a 1 ml dropper, combine equal parts of almond oil, and your favorite fragrance oil.
  • Add your favorite colour, and stir well to combine.
  • Repeat this process with the other colours you intend to use for your Christmas Tree Legos.
  • Once you have created all your liquid, pour them into the mould one by one.
  • When the mould has completely dried, use a cookie cutter to create the tree shape.
  • Then, use kitchen knife to cut out a small groove in the trees.
  • Make the cut in the top of one tree, and the bottom of another.
  • Combine the tree legos together to create a beautiful and colorful soap ready for bath time.

About The Author

Lana King

Lana King founded the create your cosmetis company and is grateful that through this business she is making a positive impact throughout the world. It was her love of natural cosmetics and passion for inspiring people that lead her to write a book “ 10 Reasons to Swap Your Lipstick – The Smart Woman’s Guide to Better Lipstick Options.” Lana started her career in the cosmetic industry as Biotechnologist, but soon realised that her real passion for educating people about safe and fresh cosmetics. In her spare time, Lana loves to create her own raw food recipes and practice yoga.

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