Cake soaps are some of the best examples of creative Melt and Pour soap making. The finished results can be quite stunning and can easily be tailored to different occasions, seasons, or simply made to mimic the real thing in virtually any style. For the purpose of this recipe we have created a classic 'Christmas cake' soap, but there will be many other variations you can think of. It really is not that difficult to master these techniques. The main point to always remember is that to avoid colours bleeding into each other, care should be taken to use the correct combination of dyes and pigments.
Kitchen scales: Small-medium saucepan: Kitchen knife: Gas or Electric hob: 20cm silicone circular 'cake' mould: Hand sprayer: Measuring spoons: Cutters for decorations.
1) Clear Soap base 850g (700g melted for base, 100g as chunks for base layer, 50g for 'soap glue')
2) White Soap Base 700g (200g in base, 250g in 'marzipan' layer, 250g in 'icing' layer)
3) Cosmetic Glitter (5g each green & red)
4) Cocoa powder 3 tsp
5) Colours: Caramel Powder 5% by weight in water (makes brown liquid dye) 7.5ml and yellow water-dispersible pigment 2.5ml)
6) Titanium White powder 5g
7) Soap Fragrance (Christmas Spice) 15ml
8) Witch hazel (you may use denatured alcohol if you have a license to obtain it) in hand sprayer
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