The Soap Barn Free Easter Recipe Book


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Pink Marshmallow Soap Bunnies
Little Lamb Soaps
Real Chocolate/Soap Eggs
More Chocolate/Soap Eggs
Happy Bubble- Doh Eggs
Nougat Easter Soap Eggs
Easter Egg with Soap Eggs
Easter Bunny Body Butter Candle
Easter Duck Soaps
Easter Egg Scented Candle
Easter Egg with Golden Bath Salt Nuggets
Bubble-Doh Eggs for Easter
Earthy Easter
Earthy Easter Bath Rocks
Happy Little Easter Duck Soaps
Bubble-Doh Easter Eggs
Lemon & Vanilla Easter Egg Bath Mousse


Pink Marshmallow Soap Bunnies

Requirements:
1 Bunny Mould (Soap Barn)
White farmhouse soap (Soap Barn)
Neon pink colouring (Soap Barn)
Marshmallow fragrance (Soap Barn)
Spraying alcohol (Soap Barn)
Bulldog clips(Soap Barn)
Soap Paints (Soap Barn)
Organza ribbon (Soap Barn)

Method:
Cut your bunnies out of the mould with a 1cm boarder around each edge. Remember to cut out their bottoms so you can fill them Clip your bunny moulds together with bulldog clips. Place them in a jug or jar - heads down and open bottoms up. Gently melt your soap in a pot on the stove or in the microwave. When it is melted you can add your colouring and fragrance – as much as you like! Leave it in the jug to cool till it forms a skin on top. Then you know it's a good pouring temperature. Move the skin back and pour soap into the mould. Fill the mould right to the top. Spray your soap immediately with spraying alcohol to pop the bubbles that come to the top. When your soaps have cooled and set (leave them for two hours to set in their own good time) you can un-mould them. Now you can decorate them with soap paint, ribbon and paper roses. These soaps make a very happy gift for anyone at Easter time.

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Little Lamb Soaps

Requirements:
1 Lamb Mould (Soap Barn)
White farmhouse soap (Soap Barn)
Nougat fragrance (Soap Barn)
Spraying alcohol (Soap Barn)
Bulldog clips(Soap Barn)
Soap Paints (Soap Barn)
Organza ribbon (Soap Barn)

Method:
Cut your lambs out of the mould with a 1cm boarder around each edge. Remember to cut out their bottoms so you can fill them Clip your lamb moulds together with bulldog clips. Place them in a jug or jar - heads down and open bottoms up. Gently melt your soap in a pot on the stove or in the microwave. When it is melted you can add your colouring and fragrance – as much as you like! Leave it in the jug to cool till it forms a skin on top. Then you know it's a good pouring temperature. Move the skin back and pour soap into the mould. Fill the mould right to the top. Spray your soap immediately with spraying alcohol to pop the bubbles that come to the top. When your soaps have cooled and set (leave them for two hours to set in their own good time) you can un-mould them. Now you can decorate them with soap paint, ribbon and paper roses. These soaps make a very happy gift for anyone at Easter time.

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Real Chocolate/Soap Eggs

Requirements:
1 Mould (Soap Barn)
White farmhouse soap (Soap Barn)
Brown soap colouring (Soap Barn)
Chocolate fragrance (Soap Barn)
Dark chocolate 70% cocoa (Chocolate Den)
Spraying alcohol (Soap Barn)
Bulldog clips(Soap Barn)
Soap Paints (Soap Barn)
Organza ribbon (Soap Barn)

Method:
Cut your eggs out of the mould with a 1cm boarder around each edge. Remember to cut out a small round hole (50c piece size) at the bottom so you can fill them. Clip your egg moulds together with bulldog clips. Place them in a jug or jar - with small opening facing up. Gently melt your soap in a pot on the stove or in the microwave. When it is melted you divide it into two separate jugs. One you can leave white and fragrance it with chocolate fragrance and the other you can add your brown colouring and fragrance. Into the brown soap you can add a teaspoon of dark chocolate chips to one cup of melted chocolate. Stir through well till all the chocolate is dissolved. Leave it in the jug to cool. When you know it's a good pouring temperature pour soap into the mould. Fill the mould right to the top. Spray your soap immediately with spraying alcohol to pop the bubbles that come to the top. When your soaps have cooled and set (leave them for two hours to set in their own good time) you can un-mould them. Now you can decorate them with soap paint, ribbon and paper roses. These soaps make a very happy gift for anyone at Easter time and of course have added cocoa butter and all other delicious ingredients to make them extra special!


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More Chocolate/Soap Eggs

Requirements:
1 Mould (Soap Barn)
White farmhouse soap (Soap Barn)
Brown soap colouring (Soap Barn)
Chocolate fragrance (Soap Barn)
Dark chocolate 70% cocoa (Chocolate Den)
Spraying alcohol (Soap Barn)
Bulldog clips(Soap Barn)
Soap Paints (Soap Barn)
Organza ribbon (Soap Barn)

Method:
Cut your bunny out of the mould with a 1cm boarder around each edge. Remember to cut out the bottom so you can fill them. Clip your bunny moulds together with bulldog clips. Place them in a jug or jar - with opening facing up. Gently melt your soap in a pot on the stove or in the microwave. When it is melted you divide it into two separate jugs. One you can leave white and fragrance it with chocolate fragrance and the other you can add your brown colouring and fragrance. Into the brown soap you can add a teaspoon of dark chocolate chips to one cup of melted chocolate. Stir through well till all the chocolate is dissolved. Leave it in the jug to cool. When you know it's a good pouring temperature pour soap into the mould. Fill the mould right to the top. Spray your soap immediately with spraying alcohol to pop the bubbles that come to the top. When your soaps have cooled and set (leave them for two hours to set in their own good time) you can un-mould them. Now you can decorate them with soap paint, ribbon and paper roses. These soaps make a very happy gift for anyone at Easter time and of course have added cocoa butter and all other delicious ingredients to make them extra special!
You can also make Soap Lollies on sticks with the left over mixture from your bunnies.


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Happy Bubble- Doh Eggs

Requirements:
Bubble-Doh (Soap Barn)
Baking soda (Soap Barn)
Fragrances (Soap Barn)
Powder colours (Soap Barn)
Glitter (Soap Barn)
Soap Paints (Soap Barn)
Egg mould and paper cups (Chocolate Den)

Method:
Divide your 1kg of Bubble-Doh into 6 equal portions. Put a quarter teaspoon of powder colouring and 40 drops of fragrance (your favourite) on each portion. Mix each portion well so you have evenly coloured and fragranced balls of Bubble-Doh. Prepare your work space. Make sure you have a glass of water and a soft brush ready for use. Have two halves of your egg mould cut out and ready for use. Keep your glitter handy and have a huge pile of baking soda on your work surface to make your moulding easy. Coat your egg moulds inside very well with baking soda. Press your coloured and fragrance Bubble-Doh into each half egg so they are solid and hard. Now (so as to make things easier) tap each egg half out onto your work space and coat your egg half moulds again in baking soda. Place the Bubble-Doh egg halves back into the moulds and brush one half only with a bit of water. Put the two half eggs in their moulds together and squeeze tight. They will join up beautifully. Because you dusted the moulds a second time with baking soda you will find that they release really easily leaving you with a perfect shaped egg. Place your egg on some paper towelling over a big thick wad of old newspaper. This will give the egg a soft base on which to rest and the thick wad of newspaper will absorb the excess water in the Bubble-Doh and allow it to set easily and quickly. Sprinkle some glitter and leave to set for 4 days. Then paint your egg face with soap paints.

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Nougat Easter Soap Eggs

Requirements:
1 Egg Mould (Soap Barn)
White farmhouse soap (Soap Barn)
Nougat fragrance (Soap Barn)
Spraying alcohol (Soap Barn)
Bulldog clips(Soap Barn)
Organza ribbon (Soap Barn)

Method:
Cut your eggs out of the mould with a 1cm boarder around each edge. Remember to cut out a small round hole at the bottoms so you can fill them. Clip your egg moulds together with bulldog clips. Place them in a jug or jar - round side down with small hole facing up. Gently melt your soap in a pot on the stove or in the microwave. When it is melted you can add your fragrance – as much as you like! Leave it in the jug to cool till it forms a skin on top. Then you know it's a good pouring temperature. Move the skin back and pour soap into the mould. Fill the mould right to the top. Spray your soap immediately with spraying alcohol to pop the bubbles that come to the top. When your soaps have cooled and set (leave them for two hours to set in their own good time) you can un-mould them. Now you can decorate them with ribbon and paper roses. These soaps make a very happy gift for anyone at Easter time

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Easter Egg with Soap Eggs

Requirements for Egg Container:
1kg plaster of paris (Soap Barn)
1 Large cracked mould (Soap Barn)
Soap Glaze (Soap Barn)
River Sand (Soap Barn)
Lustre Sparkle (Soap Barn)
Rope (Soap Barn)
Hessian

Method:
Mix the plaster of paris with warm water till you have a porridge consistency. Coat the inside of both half eggs with the plaster of paris mixture. Try and get the mixture as smooth and as even as possible. Leave the two sides a couple of days to set. When they are well set they will come out of the moulds very easily. Leave them to set in the sun for a day or two till they are white in colour and light in weight. Now mix some lustre sparkle and river sand into your soap glaze and paint the outside of the egg halves. Leave to dry. Cut a small piece of hessian and line the inside of your egg. Now it is ready to be filled with small Easter egg soaps.

Requirements for small egg soaps:
1kg plaster of paris (Soap Barn)
1 Large cracked mould (Soap Barn)
Soap Glaze (Soap Barn)
River Sand (Soap Barn)
Lustre Sparkle (Soap Barn)
Rope (Soap Barn)
Hessian

Method:
Mix the plaster of paris with warm water till you have a porridge consistency. Coat the inside of both half eggs with the plaster of paris mixture. Try and get the mixture as smooth and as even as possible. Leave the two sides a couple of days to set. When they are well set they will come out of the moulds very easily. Leave them to set in the sun for a day or two till they are white in colour and light in weight. Now mix some lustre sparkle and river sand into your soap glaze and paint the outside of the egg halves. Leave to dry. Cut a small piece of hessian and line the inside of your egg. Now it is ready to be filled with small Easter egg soaps.

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Easter Bunny Body Butter Candle

Requirements for Bunny Container:
1kg plaster of paris (Soap Barn)
Hollow bunny box mould (Soap Barn)
White cold/wood glue (Ponal Wood Glue)
Russet Lustre (Soap Barn)

Method:
Mix the plaster of paris with warm water till you have a porridge consistency. Fill the hollow box mould and lid with the mixture and tap both parts on the counter to remove air bubbles. Leave both halves overnight to set. When they are well set they will come out of the moulds very easily. Leave them to dry in the sun for a day or two till they are white in colour and light in weight. Now mix some russet lustre into your wood glue and paint the outside of the box and lid. Leave an hour to dry. Once dry you can fill with melted soy wax for a stunning body butter candle for Easter

Requirements for body butter candle:
250g Soy Wax (Soap Barn)
Sandalwood fragrance (Soap Barn)
Candle Wick (Soap Barn)

Method:
Melt the soy wax in the microwave for three and a half minutes. When melted add your fragrance. Position your wick in the middle of the bunny container and make sure it stays upright by placing kebab sticks on either side. Leave to set.

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Easter Duck Soaps

Requirements:
1 Jacket and hat duck mould or 1 top hat duck mould (as above) (Soap Barn)
Sandalwood / Cocoa butter / Oatmeal glycerine soap (Soap Barn)
Spraying alcohol (Soap Barn)
Bulldog clips(Soap Barn)
Plastic eyes, white craft glue, orange soap paint, soap glaze, gold and russet lustre, pearl stickers (Soap Barn)

Method:
Cut your ducks out of the mould with a half cm rim around the edge. Remember to cut out their bottoms so you can fill them Clip your duck moulds together with bulldog clips. Clip them in a way that they stand up nicely on their own. Heads down and open bottoms up. I stand my upside down in a jug to keep them upright. Gently melt your soap in a pot on the stove or in the microwave on defrost. Leave it in the jug to cool till it forms a skin on top. Then you know it's a good pouring temperature. Move the skin back and pour the soap into the upside down duck moulds. Fill the moulds right to the top. Spray your soap immediately with spraying alcohol to pop the bubbles that come to the top. When your soaps have cooled and set (leave them for two hours to set in their own good time) you can unmould them. Now you can decorate your duck soaps. Stick moving eyes on with a little white craft glue. Paint their beaks with orange soap paint (you can thin out your paint with a drop of water to make painting easier). Mix gold and russet lustre powder into the soap glaze to make gold and russet soap paint. Add a couple of drops of water to thin it down – that way it will coat your soap easier. Decorate with pearl stickers for buttons.

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Easter Egg Scented Candle

Requirements for Sand Egg Container:
1kg plaster of paris (Soap Barn)
1 Large cracked mould (Soap Barn)
Soap Glaze (Soap Barn)
River Sand (Soap Barn)
Rope (Soap Barn)

Method:
Mix the plaster of paris with warm water till you have a porridge consistency. Coat the inside of both half eggs with the plaster of paris mixture. Try and get the mixture as smooth and as even as possible. Leave the two sides a couple of days to set. When they are well set they will come out of the moulds very easily. Leave them to set in the sun for a day or two till they are white in colour and light in weight. Now paint the outside with soap glaze and cover with river sand. Leave to dry. Now they are ready to be filled with sandalwood candle paste.

Requirements for sandalwood paste candle:
250ml Candle Paste (Soap Barn)
Russet lustre (Soap Barn)
Sandalwood fragrance (Soap Barn)
Candle Wick (Soap Barn)
Pebbles (Soap Barn)
Rope (Soap Barn)

Method:
Melt the candle paste in a pot on the stove. It will not melt in the microwave. When melted add 50ml sandalwood fragrance and russet lustre. Position your wick in the middle of the egg container and make sure it stays upright by placing kebab sticks on either side. Just as the paste is about to set you can place small pebbles around the edge of the egg for decoration. Tie the rope around the egg as a finishing touch.

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Easter Egg with Golden Bath Salt Nuggets

Requirements for Russet Egg Container:
1kg plaster of paris (Soap Barn)
1 Large crystal egg mould (Soap Barn)
Soap Glaze (Soap Barn)
River Sand (Soap Barn)
Rope (Soap Barn)

Method:
Mix the plaster of paris with warm water till you have a porridge consistency. Coat the inside of both half eggs with the plaster of paris mixture. Try and get the mixture as smooth and as even as possible. Leave the two sides a couple of days to set. When they are well set they will come out of the moulds very easily. Leave them to set in the sun for a day or two till they are white in colour and light in weight. Now mix some russet lustre and river sand into your soap glaze and paint the outside of the egg halves. Leave to dry. Cut a small piece of hessian and line the inside of your egg. Now it is ready to be filled with golden salt nuggets.

Requirements for golden salt nuggets:
1kg bath rocks (Soap Barn)
Sandalwood fragrance (Soap Barn)
Gold powder colouring (Soap Barn)

Method:
Place your bath rocks (large salt crystals) into a bag. Add sandalwood fragrance and gold powder colouring. Shake the bag well till the bath rocks are thoroughly coloured and fragranced. Now fill your egg container with golden bath salt nuggets

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Bubble-Doh Eggs for Easter

Requirements:
1kg Bubble-Doh (Soap Barn)
Sandalwood fragrance (Soap Barn)
Mother of pearl glitter (Soap Barn)
Easter egg mould (Soap Barn)
Bubble bath stickers (Soap Barn)
Egg Box (Soap Barn)

Method:
Remove some of your Bubble-Doh from the sealed bag. (Always keep your Bubble-Doh in a tightly sealed bag to keep it from drying out.) I work with smallish quantities at a time (about 200g) so the Bubble-Doh always stays fresh. You can use plastic gloves because working long with very this very soapy mixture will dry your hands. Mix your fragrance into your Bubble-Doh as much or as little as you like. I think your Bubble-Doh should always smell heavenly and the more fragrance the better! Knead the Bubble-Doh well till the fragrance is mixed through. Lightly dust your mould with bicarbonate of soda to help the Bubble-Doh release easily. Fill half your egg mould with Bubble-Doh and then gently knock the egg shape out of the mould into your hand. Place the half egg on a thick wad of old newspaper covered in paper towelling. Now, make the second half of the egg in the same way. When the second half is ready you can brush the first half very lightly with some water to help stick the second half on top. Smooth the edges of the seam with your fingers so that the join line disappears. I like to put the entire egg back into the mould now just to reshape it. It will release easily. Then you can brush the top of the egg (again, very lightly) with water to sprinkle the glitter. Leave the eggs to set for 24 hours. (See recipe 17 in Soap Barn Book 2 – www.soapbarn.co.za for step-by-step picture instructions) Crumble a Bubble-Doh egg under your hot running water for a wonderful bubble bath.

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Earthy Easter

Requirements for Bath Mousse:
Bath Mousse (Soap Barn)
Vanilla fragrance (Soap Barn)
450ml Maxi Jars (Soap Barn)
Hessian
Plaster of paris Easter decorations
Bath Mousse stickers (Soap Barn)

Method:
Take the lid off your bath mousse base and melt your mousse in the microwave for 30 seconds. It will be warm and soft with only the edges liquid. Empty the contents into a bowl and add your fragrance. Beat the bath mousse with a small electric hand beater till it is rich and smooth and creamy. Fill your jar with this wonderful, creamy and luxurious soap. This is a wonderful Easter gift for all wonderful women in your life.

Requirements for Body Scrub:
100ml Shea Butter (Soap Barn)
100ml Sweet Almond Oil (Soap Barn)
Fine Salt (Soap Barn)
Sandalwood fragrance (Soap Barn)
450ml Maxi Jar (Soap Barn)
Medium Scoops (Soap Barn)
Hessian
Plaster of paris Easter decorations
Body Scrub stickers (Soap Barn)

Method:
Gently melt the shea butter in the microwave for 1 minute. Pour the melted shea butter into a glass bowl and add 100ml sweet almond oil and sandalwood fragrance. Then add your fine salt, stirring and mixing the scrub thoroughly until you get a thick paste. The paste must not be runny. Divide the scrub into your jars and attach a wooden scoop.
Applying the scrub:
In the shower put a scoop full of scrub into the palm of your hand. With a washing motion rub the scrub all over your body. Massage the treatment into the skin till it tingles. Then wash off the scrub with warm water and pat dry with a soft towel. The rich oils nourish and feed your skin while the salt cleanses, exfoliates and relaxes the muscles. After this scrub your body feels renewed and revitalised and stays that way throughout the day.

Requirements for Bath Snow:
500g bath snow (Soap Barn)
Oatmeal fragrance (Soap Barn)
450ml Maxi Jar (Soap Barn)
Medium Scoops (Soap Barn)
Hessian
Plaster of paris Easter decorations
Bubble Bath stickers (Soap Barn)

Method:
Mix bath snow and fragrance together in a packet till they are evenly mixed through. Bath snow is an amazing bubble bath and is great for a cleansing relaxing bath after a long hard day. Put a handful of bath snow under the hot water tap as you run your bath. Relax in a wonderful bubble bath that has all the added qualities of bath salts too!

Requirements for plaster of paris decoration:
1kg plaster of paris (Soap Barn)
Small Easter mould (Soap Barn)
Soap Glaze (Soap Barn)
Russet lustre (Soap Barn)

Method:
Mix the plaster of paris with warm water till you have a porridge consistency. Fill your mould with the plaster of paris mixture and tap it so the mixture runs smooth and the air bubbles are released. Leave about an hour to set. When they are well set they will come out of the moulds very easily. Leave them to set in the sun for a day or two till they are white in colour and light in weight. Now mix some russet lustre into your soap glaze and paint the outside of the moulds. Leave to dry. Stick on the hessian covered jars with craft glue

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Earthy Easter Bath Rocks

Requirements:
1kg bath rocks (Soap Barn)
Sandalwood fragrance (Soap Barn)
Russet lustre (Soap Barn)

Method:
Place your bath rocks (large salt crystals) into a bag. Add sandalwood fragrance and russet lustre. Shake the bag well till the bath rocks are thoroughly coloured and fragranced. Now fill your decorated jar with russet bath salt nuggets.

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Happy Little Easter Duck Soaps

Ingredients:
I round mould and 1 duck mould (Soap Barn)
Ocean Mist soap and Cocoa Butter soap (Soap Barn)
Spraying alcohol (Soap Barn)
Bulldog clips(Soap Barn)
Half Cube PVC Box (Soap Barn)
Plastic eyes, white craft glue, orange soap paint, frog stickers and little hats (Soap Barn and Chocolate Den)

Method:
Gently melt your ocean mist blue soap in a pot on the stove or in the microwave on defrost. Leave it in the jug to cool till it forms a skin on top. Then you know it's a good pouring temperature. Move the skin back and pour the ocean mist blue soap into the round (pond) mould. Fill the mould right to the top. Spray your soap immediately with spraying alcohol to pop the bubbles that come to the top.



Cut your ducks out of the mould. Remember to cut out their bottoms so you can fill them



Clip your duck moulds together with bulldog clips. Clip them in a way that they stand up nicely on their own. Heads down and open bottoms up.



Gently melt your cocoa butter soap in a pot on the stove or in the microwave on defrost. If you would like your ducks to be bright yellow add a couple of drops of liquid soap yellow colouring to your melted soap. Leave it in the jug to cool till it forms a skin on top. Then you know it's a good pouring temperature. Move the skin back and pour the cocoa butter soap into the upside down duck moulds. Fill the moulds right to the top. Spray your soap immediately with spraying alcohol to pop the bubbles that come to the top.



When your soaps have cooled and set (leave them for two hours to set in their own good time) you can unmould them. Pour a little melted soap onto the blue pond soap and set the yellow duck on top. It will stick.



Now you can decorate your ducks-on-ponds soaps. Stick moving eyes on with a little white craft glue. Paint their beaks with orange soap paint (you can thin out your paint with a drop of water to make painting easier).



Finish off your Happy Little Easter Duck Soaps with frog and waterlily stickers on the ponds and little Easter bonnets and caps on their heads. What fabulous Easter gifts you have made!




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Bubble-Doh Easter Eggs

Ingredients:
Bubble-Doh (Soap Barn)
Baking soda, fragrances, powder colours and glitter (Soap Barn)
Egg mould, egg box and fluffy chicks (Soap Barn)

Method:
Divide your 1kg of Bubble-Doh into 6 equal portions



Put a quarter teaspoon of powder colouring and 40 drops of fragrance (your favourite) on each portion



Mix each portion well so you have evenly coloured and fragranced balls of Bubble-Doh



Prepare your work space. Make sure you have a glass of water and a soft brush ready for use. Have two halves of your egg mould cut out and ready for use. Keep your glitter handy and have a huge pile of baking soda on your work surface to make your moulding easy.



Coat your egg moulds inside very well with baking soda



Press your coloured and fragrance Bubble-Doh into each half egg so they are solid and hard



Now (so as to make things easier) tap each egg half out onto your work space and coat your egg half moulds again in baking soda.



Place the Bubble-Doh egg halves back into the moulds and brush one half only with a bit of water



Put the two half eggs in their moulds together and squeeze tight. They will join up beautifully.



Because you dusted the moulds a second time with baking soda you will find that they release really easily leaving you with a perfect shaped egg



Place your egg on some paper towelling over a big thick wad of old newspaper. This will give the egg a soft base on which to rest and the thick wad of newspaper will absorb the excess water in the Bubble-Doh and allow it to set easily and quickly



Brush your egg lightly with a soft brush and water. Then sprinkly your glitter.



Leave your eggs to dry for five days



When the eggs are set they will be dry enough to pick up and pack in an egg box. They don't set very hard till much later but because they need to crumble easily into your bath it is better to have them solid but not rock hard. Finally you can pack your eggs in an egg tray and decorate with ribbon and fluffy chicks. What a gorgeous Easter gift!



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Lemon and Vanilla Easter Egg Bath Mousse

Ingredients:
Bath Mousse (Soap Barn)
Yellow powder colouring (Soap Barn)
Lemon fragrance and Vanilla fragrance (Soap Barn)
Maxi Jars (Soap Barn)
Bath Mousse stickers, ribbon and fluffy chicks (Soap Barn)

Method:
Take the lid off your bath mousse base and melt your mousse in the microwave for 45 seconds. It will be warm and soft with only the edges liquid. Empty the contents into a bowl



Beat the bath mousse with a small electric hand beater till it is rich and smooth and creamy



Divide your mixture into two bowls. Put 1/5 of the mixture in one bowl and 4/5 in the other bowl. Add vanilla fragrance to the larger mixture and lemon fragrance to the smaller mixture. Also add one or two drops of yellow liquid soap colouring to the smaller (lemon) mixture.



Beat both mixtures with an electric hand beater till they are evenly mixed through, fluffy, creamy and smooth



Fill the white (vanilla) bath mousse into the maxi jar all around the sides leaving a well in the centre. Then fill in the centre of the jar with the yellow lemon bath mousse. You now have a perfect 'egg' mousse for Easter. This is a wonderful Easter gift for all wonderful women in your life.




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