20 DIY Soap Tutorials {Handmade Gift Ideas}

DIY Homemade Soap Tutorials on EverythingEtsy

Handmade soap is one of my all-time favorite gifts!

It’s the perfect birthday gift for the person that has everything.  It can be altered to match personalities or any allergy problems.    DIY soap is super easy to make, and it usually makes quite a few bars at once.  You’ll know exactly what’s in your soap because you put it there.  Oh, and it’s so much cheaper to make them!

Are you sold on making your own soap yet???  Obviously, I could go on and on!

Here are some fabulous DIY soap tutorials to spark your creativity.  Once you get started you will dream up all kinds of combinations!
diy homemade soap - citrus coconut

DIY Homemade Citrus Coconut Soap – Petitelefant

DIY homemade soap - lavender lemon

Lavender Lemon Soap Tutorial – A Pumpkin and a Princess

Diy homemade soap - beer

DIY Citrus Honey Scotch Ale Soap {Beer Soap} – Offbeat & Inspired

diy homemade soap - creamy orange

DIY Creamy Orange Soap – Lather and Lotions

diy homemade soap - almond vanilla

DIY Homemade Almond Vanilla Soap – AO at Home

DIY Lemon Soap – The Idea Room

DIY homemade soap - vanilla

Homemade Vanilla Latte Soap – A Pumpkin and a Princess

diy homemade soap - tea

Earl Grey Tea Soap Tutorial {free printable tag} – Cucumbersome

diy homemade soap - chocolate

DIY Chocolate Hazelnut Soap – Offbeat & Inspired

diy homemade soap - goats milk

DIY Handmade Goats Milk Soap – Lather and Lotions

I sell doTERRA

Many soap recipes call for essential oils.  I can’t say enough about doTERRA essential oils!  The health benefits and the way just one drop smells amazing will make you a believer!

If your interested in purchasing oil or selling essential oils, please let me know.  Visit my doTERRA site for more information.

You might like these tutorials using doTERRA…

10-DIY-Soap-Tutorials-Great-DIY-Gifts-EverythingEtsy

Click Her for 10 More Great DIY Soap Tutorials

Have fun with these!  Which ones are your favorite?

Do you have a special recipe?  I’d love to hear about it!  I can never have too many pretty handmade soaps!

~Kim

Comments

  1. Diane says

    I purchased some shae butter and I was rather undecided how I wanted to do it. As you don’t add any lye to it like you do regular soap. I am going to use a loofa (sp) and cut it and put it in the cupcake mold but I am going to use the cup cake liners. You melt the soap first then add the loofa bar. I am excited to try it, but really had a hard time as I wanted to make shea butter body cream.

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