Next, place your soap upright and press your charm into the soap mold. Take your nail set (I used the fatter end) and hammer and while holding the charm in place, hammer around the charm until an imprint has been made in the soap.
Once the soap is completely dry, place it in a sack with a bow. If you want to add a fun touch and have some tree trimmings laying around, use a miter saw to cut a thin coaster for the soap. Be sure to let the wood coaster dry completely 24-36 hours before using. Cute, right!? And just a little FYI, my Sweet B’s loved making soap with me! It’s fun to let them contribute in when gift giving!
Hope to see you over at It’s Overflowing where you can check out some other great tutorials like my Curbside Table turns Dazzling Kitchen Cart and my delicious Cinnamon Chip Pumpkin Cupcakes! My place is all set for Thanksgiving and there’s always room for one more, so come visit soon!!!