St. Patrick's Day DIY

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Are you looking for easy St. Patrick’s day crafts for children? Or perhaps a shamrock activity? This homemade glitter soap recipe smells like Irish cream and is simple and fun to make. What a great gift idea for teachers and friends, or simply something to make and enjoy at home!

how to make easy homemade shamrock glitter soap with kids

DIY Soaps for St. Patrick’s Day

Isn’t it so fun to decorate for St. Patrick’s Day? These cute little shamrock soaps are the perfect way to brighten up your guest bathroom for the month of March.

shamrock soap

What You Need For Your Shamrock Homemade Soap Activity With Kids

How To Make Shamrock Soap

Start by adding 24, 1” cubes of soap to one measuring cup. Then add the Irish Creme scented oil.

Melt the mixture in a microwave in 30 second bursts, until completely melted.

Split mixture evenly into the three measuring cups.

Add dark green mica to the first measuring cup and mix thoroughly.

soap recipe

Next, add the glitter and mix it into the soap mixture.

Spray the mold with rubbing alcohol. Pour the dark green soap mixture evenly into each mold shape. Spray the soap with rubbing alcohol to avoid bubbles forming.

shamrock soap

Add medium green mica to the second measuring cup. You may need to reheat to melt the soap. Mix thoroughly.

Add glitter and mix it into the soap mixture. Spray previous soap layers with rubbing alcohol, so the layers will adhere to each other.

Pour medium green soap mixture evenly into each mold cavity. Spray the soap with rubbing alcohol to avoid bubbles forming.

Add light green mica to the third measuring cup. Mix the color into the melted soap base.

shamrock soap

Add the glitter and mix it into the soap mixture. Spray the previous soap layer with rubbing alcohol, so the layers will adhere to each other.

Pour the light green soap mixture evenly into each mold cavity. Spray the soap with rubbing alcohol to avoid bubbles forming.

Let your soaps set overnight to harden then store them in an airtight container. A mason jar would be cute wouldn’t it? 

St. Patrick's Day DIY

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