These beautiful daisy soaps are quick and easy to create, and make perfect gifts. Use them to decorate the bathroom,
gift, sell and make perfect gifts for teachers at the end of the school year. Put a kebab stick into them add a couple of leaves
and you have a beautiful, scented bouquet!
- 150g (per 2 soaps) Melt & Pour Soap Base of choice. I used Stephenson SLS & SLES Free Melt & Pour Soap Base
- Jaffa Orange Mica
- Pink Raspberry Mica
- Swiss Chocolate Mica
- Calendula Infused Oil
- Jasmine Absolute 3% in Jojoba or Cactus Blossom Fragrance
- 2 x Budget-Wise Silicone Single Cavity Daisy Moulds
- 2 x 250ml microwave safe jugs (plastic or pyrex)
- 1 x small heat proof vessel for the soap base for the centres of the flowers
- Stirring sticks or spoons
- 1 x Pipette with the tip cut off plus 2 more for fragrance and Calendula Oil
- Isopropyl Alcohol and Blue Spritz Bottle
You can make this a Palm Oil Free Project by selecting our exclusive Palm Free Soap Bases.
Add ¼ teaspoon Swiss Chocolate Mica to a small heat safe vessel along with a small piece of soap.
This is how much soap base to melt for the centres of four daisies - it takes only a few seconds to melt - don't let it boil.
Stir the Swiss Chocolate Mica until dispersed well.
If there are any dry spots a quick spritz of alcohol with disperse them.
Take the pipette with the tip cut off and use it to fill the two centre sections of the moulds.
Place 150g of diced soap base into the small jug and place into the microwave
Heat in bursts of 30 seconds or less until the soap has melted and is liquid
Add approximately ¼ teaspoon Pink Raspberry Mica in the clear base and stir
If there are any spots of mica, give them a quick spritz of Isopropyl Alcohol to dissipate
Now add up to 1 - 2g/ml Fragrance and
2g/ml (approximately ½ teaspoon) Infused Calendula Oil to the jug and stir well
Spritz the Chocolate coloured soap with Isopropyl Alcohol (to ensure they unmould well).
Now it's time to pour!
As the centres are so thin, avoid pouring the hot soap onto the set Chocolate colour soap or it will melt.
I fill these generously sized moulds about two thirds full.
Repeat this with the Jaffa Mica batch (if making more than one colour)
All them to set completely before unmoulding.
Wrap after unmoulding as usual.