Create Your Own Watermelon Popsicle Soap
What you'll learn
A watermelon popsicle soap makes a fun summer gift or a cute decoration for your own home! Soap and candle business owner Amanda Chittenden will teach you how to make this adorable watermelon popsicle soap, using two different types of melt and pour soap base. In this beginner-friendly class, Amanda will discuss the soap bases, techniques, supplies, and even show you how to make your own watermelon seeds out of soap!
Materials and tools used in this class
Digital thermometerView on Amazon
Kitchen scaleView on Amazon
Spray bottle with 91% rubbing alcoholView on Walgreens
Soap moldView on Amazon
Popsicle sticksView on Amazon
Microwave pour pitchersView on Wholesale Supplies Plus
2lb block of clear or near-clear soap baseView on Wholesale Supplies Plus
White soap baseView on Wholesale Supplies Plus
Pink watermelon fragrance oilView on Nature's Garden
Soap dyeView on Amazon
Pink mica powder (if desired)View on Wholesale Supplies Plus
Green mica powderView on Wholesale Supplies Plus
This class has 9 sessions (1h 5m)
Preview of Create Your Own Watermelon Popsicle Soap class.
Meet soap and candle business owner Amanda Chittenden! Amanda will teach you how to create your own watermelon popsicle soap.
Find out what you materials and tools you need to recreate this watermelon popsicle soap.
Let’s start. First, Amanda teaches you how to create one of the most important elements of the watermelon soap: seeds!
Next, Amanda walks you through steps for melting, coloring, and adding fragrance to your soap.
Carefully pour your melted soap into your popsicle mold and drop the seeds you created in the mold.
In this segment, Amanda shows you how to make the rind and gently add your popsicle sticks to the soap.
Now that the soap is set and cooled down, watch how Amanda carefully unmolds the soap.
Add some final touches! Put your soap in a little bag, attach a bow to it, and take it to a festive summer gathering!
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Amanda is the owner and creator of A Mandatory Activity, a small batch, handcrafted soap and candle company in Maryland. A Mandatory Activity also has an active blog and YouTube channel to highlight creations.