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Cloud Swirls Melt & Pour Soap

Finished Soap

Finished Soap

I love soap. Cold process, hot process and Melt & Pour. They are all amazing and there are certain techniques that work best for certain styles. One of my favorite things to do with Melt & Pour Soap is to make clouds of color throughout the soap. Come join me for a beautiful simple soap that is a great gift.

These soaps remind me of the blindingly clear days with deep blue skies and huge puffy white clouds! Come join me as we enjoy the radiant skies in our bath tubs.

Transparent Melt & Pour Soap
White Melt & Pour Soap
Ultramarine Blue Color
Eucalyptus Spearmint Fragrance Oil
Microwave Safe Container


Recipe in Grams
2268 g Transparent Melt & Pour Soap
170 g White Melt & Pour Soap
1/8 tsp Ultramarine Blue Color
22.5 g Eucalyptus Spearmint Fragrance Oil
Recipe in Ounces
80 oz Transparent Melt & Pour Soap
6 oz White Melt & Pour Soap
1/8 tsp Ultramarine Blue Color
0.8 oz Eucalyptus Spearmint Fragrance Oil
Recipe in Percentages
92.1% Transparent Melt & Pour Soap
6.9% White Melt & Pour Soap
Q.S. Ultramarine Blue Color
0.9% Eucalyptus Spearmint Fragrance Oil

Melt & Pour Soap

Melt & Pour Soap

Weigh out the white and clear soap into two separate microwave safe containers. Heat the clear one first. It has a larger amount of material and will take longer to heat as well as longer to cool down.

Heat until liquid. While you are stirring the fragrance into the clear soap, heat the white soap until liquid. Stir the Ultamarine Blue Color into the white soap. Mix well. You don’t want any lumps of color.

Clear Soap in Mold

Clear Soap in Mold

Pour all of the clear soap into a Extra Large Square Mold. Using circular and swirling motions, drizzle the blue soap into the clear soap. The heat will start to move the color around and create clouds and ribbons of colored soap. Do not stir the soap. It will make the swirls muddy. Allow it to sit until cool. Cut the bars and package. Wasn’t that fast and easy?


Adding Blue Colored Soap

Adding Blue Colored Soap

Closeup of the swirls. Isn't it beautiful?

Closeup of the swirls. Isn’t it beautiful?

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