Here’s an update from yesterday’s blog of the National Bleach Alternative. After leaving the solution in my sink over night, I woke up to a sparkly clean sink (minus the porcelain chips from years of use). I have to say I was surprised it worked, but it did. That will teach me for being a skeptic. I’ll definitely be using this in the future.
Now onto today’s post: DIY Soap Molds.
Making homemade soap is one of my most favorite things to do. I’ve blogged about it before, but today I’m going to make my own soap mold from cardboard boxes.
To prepare the mold for the soap, I lined it with freezer paper, shiny side up. If you’ll notice, there are a few wrinkles (I can feel the professional soap makers out there cringing), but I make this soap for our home and for family and friends. The wrinkles don’t detract from the quality or lusciousness of the soap and besides, I can always slice them off if they really bug me.
Now I know I’m not supposed to eat soap, right?