Sunday, December 17, 2017
Rolled Reindeer Washcloths for Soap Gifting
While in one of my Facebook groups that is completely unrelated to soap, I found a link for how to make these adorable washcloth deer. Here's the link: https://youtu.be/KzY0-Esa6vs
I found my washcloths at Walmart for 47 cents and used the tiny hair elastics from Dollar Tree that I had on had from that gnome project. Unlike the video, I didn't glue anything because I wanted it to be usable so I found adhesive googly eyes so they could just peel off and I tucked in the nose instead of gluing it.
I put it with my soaps #36, #37, #44, and #45 from my soap page on my blog. These were made over the summer or fall and are all fully cured. I changed the names on a couple to relate to the gift recipient (for example, #36 is scented with ginger ale fragrance oil, but that also smells like Ale 8, one of my recipient's favorite soft drinks. That was labeled as Ale 8 soap!) These are the general formulas and all of my soap information can be found on my Soaping page on my blog. These are NOT intended to be complete instructions with safety measures; these are intended for persons already advised on basic soap making and already fully understanding lye safety. I am not telling you how to make soap, I am simply giving you my formulas for what I used to make these soaps.
Soap #36: Red Bottom Marble
Soap #44: Mechanic's or Gardener's Soap
Soap #45: Snowflake Soap
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