Buttercream cupcake soap


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Want to learn how to make cupcake soap? How fun is that!! We will show you how to make buttercream cupcake soap that are awesome looking for your bathroom, and great for gifts!

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Buttercream cupcake soap

  1. 1. Page 1RECIPEButter CreamCupcake SoapThese pink delectable creationsare a real treat… and they areeasy to make! Recipe makes 2 large cupcakes What You Need: or 10 small cupcakes.IngredientsNatures Garden Natural Soya Milk Melt and Pour Soap BaseNatures Garden ButterCream Cupcake Fragrance OilNatures Garden Red Soap Dye (or you may use Natures Garden Soap Paints)Natures Garden Imagine BaseVegetable Glycerin (we do not sell this)Natures Garden Vanilla White Color StabilizerNatures Garden Cupcake Mold Market Mold (for large cupcakes)Natures Garden Small Cupcake Molds (for small cupcakes)Coated Candy Sprinkles or Jojoba Beads (we do not sell these)EquipmentCutting BoardMeasuring Utensils (stainless steel only)Kitchen Mixer with wire whisksMicrowave safe glass containerLarge KnifeMixing Spoon (wood or stainless steel)MicrowaveCake Decorating Bag with tipRubbing alcohol in a spray bottleWax Paper NEXT
  2. 2. Page 2Directions:Step 1: Each block of Natures Garden Natural Melt and Pour Soap is perforated into 40cubes. Cut along the perforation until you have a total of 10 cubes. Place your 10 cubesinto the microwave safe container. This is approximately 10 ounces of soap.Step 2: Melt the Soap. In a glass container, melt soap in the microwave 30 seconds ata time. Stir gently. Keep melting until all soap is in a liquid state.Step 3: Moving quickly, add several drops of Natures Garden Red Soap Dye first. Then,add ½ teaspoon of Natures Garden Vanilla White Color Stabilizer. Finally, add 1Tablespoon Natures Garden Butter Cream Cupcake fragrance oil. Stir Gently.Step 4: Pour your molds. Slowly pour the mixture into the cupcake base portions of themold. Stop pouring when the cavities are full.Step 5: Air Bubbles. If this occurs, take the alcohol and spray lightly, misting the top ofthe soap.Step 6: Cooling the soap. Either leave the cupcake mold where it is to cool, or you mayplace your molds in the refrigerator/ freezer.Step 7: Removing the soap. Place the mold upside down. Using your thumbs, applygentle pressure to the center of the cavity. When the soap releases, set it aside.Step 8: Preparing the frosting. Cut 5 cubes of Natural Melt and Pour Soap Base.Transfer them to the microwave safe container.Step 9: Melt the Soap. In 20 second increments, start melting the soap. When all 5cubes are liquefied, add 4 Tablespoons of vegetable glycerin, 2 Tablespoons of NaturesGarden Imagine Base, and 1/4 teaspoon of Vanilla White Color Stabilizer. Add 1teaspoon Buttercream fragrance.Step 10: Using a mixer, blend until the consistency is a very thick frosting.Step 11: Frost. Work fast. Frost cupcakes by hand, or place the frosting in a cakedecorating bag. Apply generously to cupcake base. Finally, add the candy sprinkles orjojoba beads.