How To Make Melt and Pour Soap

I am absolutely blessed to be able to share in A Homemade Christmas with Melissa Norris.  She is a dear friend and we both have passionate hearts to share our knowledge, faith and educate on all that we do.

I am sharing my knowledge and story on her site today and I encourage you to join me there for the fun.  Below you will find the supply list that I shared in my newsletter last week so you were ready in advance, but in case you missed it – I am sharing it again.

Supplies for Melt and Pour Soap

Here is the Supplies List you will need:

Pyrex Heat Safe 2-quart measuring cup  or a 4 lb pouring pot.

Molds (optional):
The above ingredients list will make 8 – 4 oz bars  or  16 – 1 oz bars.
You will need a large pot – one big enough to put the Pyrex measuring cup or the pouring pot inside.  If you do not have one, I would suggest going to a local thrift store or Goodwill to see what you can find very cheaply and honestly you may be able to find the other items there as well such as your scale, thermometer, spatula, whisk, measuring cup or pouring pot.  Please let me know if you have any questions on the supplies.

Homemade Christmas - Homemade Melt and Pour Soaps


For those of you that may be interested in purchasing other handcrafted items from our store, I would like to offer you a special discount of 10% on your order.  You can enter 2014Special10 in the coupon code at the time of checkout.

Before you dive into the lesson, would you share with me in the comments below something else you would like to learn along these lines?

I will be teaching how to make cold processed soaps upcoming on our website and you can subscribe to my newsletter where the dates for such events will be announced.

To continue in the fun you can join me over at and learn how I make my soaps…

See you there….

God bless!

Tammy Trayer ♥ †




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