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How to Make Individual Hand Soaps for Your Valentine

This post is a part of Creative Crafter's February craft challenge and the theme of Valentine's Day. I wanted to find a way to make individual "paper-like" soaps. What I came up with are these cute little heart soaps. They were really easy and quick to make. They are thicker than paper but still work with the same concept of individual hand soaps. They would work with any Valentine's Day Decor. 


  • Melt and pour soap
  • soapmaking fragrance 
  • soapmaking dye
  • microwave
  • microwavable container
  • plastic knife
  • wax paper
  • heart-shaped cutter


Using a small piece of melt and pour soap, place it in a microwavable container, heat at 30-sec intervals until melted. Add scent and dye as desired, then stir.
*You want to use small amounts of soap to be able to manage the liquid when you pour it out onto a flat surface.

Pour melted soap onto the wax paper. Smooth out thinly with the plastic knife. 

Allow to cool. 

Use the heart-shaped cutter to make the individual soaps.
I used two different sizes and found the small one to work best for individual use.

You can remelt the leftover pieces of soap, and add more color to it after melting to easily make a variety of different shades and colors.

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