Almost as appealing as the beautiful soaps themselves is how easily they can be made.
Glycerin is usually sold in large blocks at crafts stores; to melt it, cut it into small cubes that will fit in a microwavable bowl or measuring cup. You can also make multiple mini soaps by using ice-cube trays as your molds.
Clear glycerin soap
Clean milk or juice carton
1. Heat glycerin in a microwave on high, stirring at 15-second intervals, until it's completely melted.
2. Mix liquid food coloring into bowl with a coffee stirrer. (Food coloring is very strong, so use it sparingly.)
3. Coat the inside of the milk carton with petroleum jelly. Pour in melted glycerin. Let cool completely (about 2 hours).
4. Tear away carton, and, using a bench scraper, slice block into individualRead More »from These Homemade Soaps Are (Almost!) Too Pretty to Use