Sleepover Soap Truffles


The holidays are over and 2017 is here! We have been hard at work to bring you fun tutorials for all ages. These Sleepover Soap Truffles are perfect for any age to create and even better, you and your friends can do it together! Read on to learn how to make these soap truffles.

What You’ll Need:

13.5 oz Clear Melt & Pour
1/4 Fired Up Fuchsia Color Block
3 mL Moonlight Pomegranate FO
2 mini scoops Fine Iridescent Glitter
9 Ball Silicone Mold – Large
Rubbing Alcohol in a spray bottle

6.5 oz Clear Melt & Pour
Shaving of Titanium Dioxide Color Block
1.5 mL Cotton Candy FO
Extra Small Pink Sea Salt
Jasmine Jojoba Beads
Fine Iridescent Glitter
9 Clear Soap Boxes

**If you are not local, you can get all of this and more at Bramble Berry! They will ship directly to you!**


In a pyrex container, heat 13.5 oz clear melt & pour soap until completely melted. Once melted, add 1/4 fired up fuchsia color block and stir around until the color has mixed in thoroughly. Once the color is added, add in 3 mL moonlight pomegranate fo and 2 mini scoops of fine iridescent glitter. Mix in completely.

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Pour the soap into the large 9 ball silicone mold and spritz the top with rubbing alcohol. Once that is done, place in the freezer for 30 minutes.


After 30 minutes, pop the soap out of the mold and place onto a cutting board. Freeze for another 15 minutes.

While that is happening, melt 6.5 oz clear melt & pour soap in the same pyrex you used before. Add a small shaving of the titanium dioxide color block and 1.5 mL cotton candy fo. Stir until the color is completely mixed in.

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Take the soaps out of the freezer and gently pour the melted soap onto the frozen balls and adorn each with glitter, jojoba beads, and pink salt as you wish. You can even pour a second layer for more variety.

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Let the soap balls fully harden before using a clean-up tool to scrape off the extra soap.

Put together 9 clear soap boxes and place the soap truffles inside.



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