Use glycerin and your favorite character to make a soap that looks like a rubber duckie (or any other character).

Rubber Duckie Soap

What you need

1 bar of glycerin soap (usually yellowish and transparent)
A soap mould or other suitable container Like
a small round plastic container
A plastic rubber duck



Instructions

Begin by melting the block of soap down in a double boiler method.

Pour the soap into the mould and submerge the rubber duckie half in and half out.

This will make it look like its sitting in water and looks really cute.

You can add food coloring and fragrant oils just prior to pouring into the mold.

Try using other toys like spiders and bugs.

This recipes uses Basic Soap Making instructions.

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Use glycerin and your favorite character to make a soap that looks like a rubber duckie (or any other character).

Rubber Duckie Soap

What you need

1 bar of glycerin soap (usually yellowish and transparent)
A soap mould or other suitable container Like
a small round plastic container
A plastic rubber duck



Instructions

Begin by melting the block of soap down in a double boiler method.

Pour the soap into the mould and submerge the rubber duckie half in and half out.

This will make it look like its sitting in water and looks really cute.

You can add food coloring and fragrant oils just prior to pouring into the mold.

Try using other toys like spiders and bugs.

This recipes uses Basic Soap Making instructions.

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Use glycerin and your favorite character to make a soap that looks like a rubber duckie (or any other character).

Rubber Duckie Soap

What you need

1 bar of glycerin soap (usually yellowish and transparent)
A soap mould or other suitable container Like
a small round plastic container
A plastic rubber duck



Instructions

Begin by melting the block of soap down in a double boiler method.

Pour the soap into the mould and submerge the rubber duckie half in and half out.

This will make it look like its sitting in water and looks really cute.

You can add food coloring and fragrant oils just prior to pouring into the mold.

Try using other toys like spiders and bugs.

This recipes uses Basic Soap Making instructions.

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Use glycerin and your favorite character to make a soap that looks like a rubber duckie (or any other character).

Rubber Duckie Soap

What you need

1 bar of glycerin soap (usually yellowish and transparent)
A soap mould or other suitable container Like
a small round plastic container
A plastic rubber duck



Instructions

Begin by melting the block of soap down in a double boiler method.

Pour the soap into the mould and submerge the rubber duckie half in and half out.

This will make it look like its sitting in water and looks really cute.

You can add food coloring and fragrant oils just prior to pouring into the mold.

Try using other toys like spiders and bugs.

This recipes uses Basic Soap Making instructions.

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Rubber Duckie Soap

Use glycerin and your favorite character to make a soap that looks like a rubber duckie (or any other character).

Rubber Duckie Soap

What you need

1 bar of glycerin soap (usually yellowish and transparent)
A soap mould or other suitable container Like
a small round plastic container
A plastic rubber duck



Instructions

Begin by melting the block of soap down in a double boiler method.

Pour the soap into the mould and submerge the rubber duckie half in and half out.

This will make it look like its sitting in water and looks really cute.

You can add food coloring and fragrant oils just prior to pouring into the mold.

Try using other toys like spiders and bugs.

This recipes uses Basic Soap Making instructions.

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Comments

  1. If you’re melting the soap on the stove, you have to use a double boiler which are two pots, one resting inside of the other and you put water into the bottom pot. But you can easily melt soap in the microwave using a glass container. I use a large glass measuring bowl.

  2. I tried to melt the soap in a pan and it didn’t work

  3. raspberryjell-o says:

    ummm…couldn’t ask for a cuter soap!

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