How To Make Layered Hearts Valentines Soap Bars (Melt & Pour)

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These Layered Hearts Valentines Soap Bars are such a cute DIY for Valentine’s Day. Easily make this homemade soap in just a few steps using melt and pour soap. The different colors in the layering effect and placement of the hearts make each bar one of a kind!

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Layered Hearts Valentines Soap Bars

The full list of materials, tools, and instructions is found in the printable tutorial card at the end of this post. I highly recommend reading the blog post all the way through before starting this project to ensure that you have everything required and understand the steps and timings involved.

Valentine’s Day is coming up and if you still haven’t figured out what to get your loved one, why not make them something special this year?

Making soap using melt and pour soap base is so easy! It really is as easy as melting cubes of the soap in the microwave, adding coloring and scent, and pouring into molds.

The tutorial card takes you step-by-step through the process, and once you make your first bar of soap you’ll want to make more!





You will need to allow up to 24 hours for the large block of soap to set before cutting into bars, but the process of making the soap doesn’t take too long.

Package the bars into cello bags, or place them in a pretty box to give to your valentine (or keep them for yourself!).

Layered Hearts Soap Tutorial
Valentines Soap Bar Craft Supplies

Materials & Tools Used in This Craft

The complete list of supplies, which may include basic crafting items that you already have can be found in the tutorial card at the end of this post. For your convenience, I’ve linked any notable materials and tools needed for this project to Amazon below.

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Layered Heart Valentine's Soap

How Do I Make Layered Hearts Valentines Soap Bars?

Just check out the how-to card below with full materials, tools, and instructions. Any demonstration photos do not print out to save your ink.

How to Make Layered Hearts Valentines Soap

Layered Hearts Valentines Soap Bars

Yield: 4
Active Time: 1 hour
Setting Time: 1 day 2 hours
Total Time: 1 day 3 hours
Difficulty: Intermediate

These Layered Hearts Valentines Soap Bars are such a cute DIY for Valentine’s Day.

Instructions

  1. Cut the soap base into 1-inch chunks.

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  2. Put 8 cubes of the soap base into a measuring cup and heat in the microwave for 30 seconds. Remove and stir very well for about 30 seconds. If the soap base is not quite melted yet, heat for an additional 30 seconds, then remove and stir until melted.
  3. Add the red mica powder and stir until the color is solid. Add a few drops of fragrance if using.

    Adding Red Mica Powder to Soap
  4. Pour into 2 of the heart soap molds, filling 20 of the heart cavities.

    Pouring Soap into Heart Mold
  5. Allow soap to sit undisturbed for about 1 hour.
  6. Once set, unmold all 20 heart soap bars.
  7. Divide the rest of the soap base into 3 measuring cups or dishes and heat according to step 2.
  8. Once completely melted, stir one of the remaining colors into each of the melted soap bases, and stir well until a solid color has formed. Leave to cool slightly, as you do not want to pour hot soap.

    Adding Mica to More Soap
  9. Pour a small amount of one color into the 4” square soap mold, just enough to coat the bottom a bit.

    Pouring Soap into Loaf Mold
  10. Arrange a few red hearts in the mold, either standing up and/or on their side to ensure that you see a complete heart shape when you cut the soap. Spray with rubbing alcohol to help the layers stick.

    Adding Heart Soaps to Loaf Mold
  11. Pour a small amount of another color in, allow to set slightly, then add a small amount of the third color, and allow to set slightly. Spray with rubbing alcohol to help the layers stick.

    Adding Another Layer of Soap
  12. If needed, reheat the soap bases for 10-20 seconds, and stir well. Leave to cool slightly again, as you do not want to pour hot soap.
  13. Proceed with a second layer of adding red hearts standing up and/or on their side. Then alternate pouring small amounts of each color into the mold. Spray rubbing alcohol between each layer to help the layers stick.
  14. Proceed with a third layer of adding red hearts standing up and/or on their side. Then alternate pouring small amounts of each color into the mold. Spray rubbing alcohol between each layer to help the layers stick.

    More Heart Soaps
  15. Proceed with a fourth layer of adding red hearts standing up and/or on their side. If the hearts are above the rim of the mold, that is ok, as it will be a cool design when you cut the soap into bars. Then alternate pouring small amounts of each color into the mold, until full. Spray rubbing alcohol between each layer to help the layers stick.
  16. Allow the soap to set for 12-24 hours, then remove from the mold.
  17. Use a soap cutter or large knife to cut the soap into 1-inch bars.

    Slicing Soap Bars
  18. Use in your own bathroom, or package up to give as a gift!

    How to Make Layered Hearts Valentines Soap

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