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Soap push pops

push pop containers
food coloring
clear glycerin soap
Any little things you would like to add (soap sprinkles, glitter or other things)

Start by melting the soap. Cut off small pieces, place in a microwaveable bowl and heat for 15 second till it is melted. Then add in food coloring and pour into  the push pop containers. Let the soap become hard is making more then one color, or don't. We did not let some harden completely and the color effect was pretty cool. Once done let it harden totally before use. It will not stain skin and might change the color of bath water. 


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