Rudolph the Reindeer Poop Soap – A Fun Stocking Stuffer Idea!

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Rudolph the Reindeer Poop Soap is a fun and silly stocking stuffer idea that the kids are going to love! It’s a simple craft project that uses melt and pour soap, and has a super cute red nose on top! Fortunately, the soap doesn’t smell of actual reindeer poop but has a pleasing gingerbread scent!

I’ve got more fun Reindeer Crafts and Recipes for you to enjoy – right click and open these ideas in a new tab so that you can read them after this one!

3 bars of reindeer poop soap that are shaped like swirly poop emojis and topped with a red soap"nose". Text overlay says"Stocking Stuffer! Reindeer Poop Soap!". Same soap images used throughout with different text overlay unless otherwise described.

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Reindeer Poop Soap

The full list of materials, tools, and instructions are 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.

I’m not sure what the obsession is with poop-themed things for the holidays, but it seems to be a thing! A few years back I shared some other silly stocking stuffer ideas with the same theme:

I even have reindeer poop desserts – Reindeer Poop Cookies and Chocolate Reindeer Poop Pudding!

So this year it’s the turn of reindeer poop soap – if you’re wondering which of Santa’s reindeer it is – it’s Rudolph’s poop, because of the red nose soap on top!!

Make bars of this reindeer soap for your bathroom this Christmas – it’s certainly a unique piece of holiday decor that will definitely catch someone’s eye! Or make them as stocking stuffers or secret Santa gifts!

If you’ve never made soap before, don’t worry – it’s not to difficult as this recipe uses “melt and pour” soup that can be melted in the microwave – you just need to add coloring and scent to it.

Reindeer Poop Soap Bars!

Materials & Tools Used in This Craft

For your convenience, I’ve linked any specialized materials and tools needed for this craft to Amazon below. Full weights and measures need are in the tutorial card at the end of this post.

Rudolph the Reindeer Poop Soap Supplies
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More Soap Crafts

Once you’ve made this festive soap you might want to turn your hand to making more of your own homemade cosmetics! Try these crafts out:

I’ve shared lots of great craft ideas on The Purple Pumpkin Blog over the years, in fact, there are 100+ crafts to make and do at home that you can try!

Homemade DIY Reindeer Poop Soap Recipe!

How Do I Make Reindeer Poop Soap?

Just check out the how-to card below with full materials, tools, instructions and demonstration photos. You can print the card out too (don’t worry, the pics don’t print to save your ink!).

Reindeer Poop Soap Recipe

Reindeer Poop Soap

Yield: 6

Reindeer Poop Soap is a fun and silly stocking stuffer idea that the kids are going to love!

Materials

  • 1 lb / 450g clear glycerine melt and pour soap base
  • Red cosmetic glitter
  • Red soap colorant liquid
  • Gingerbread scented oil
  • Brown mica soap colorant

Tools

  • Sharp knife
  • Spoon or whisk
  • Poop soap mold
  • Small round soap mold
  • 3 microwave-safe measuring cups/bowls/jug
  • Spray bottle of rubbing alcohol

Instructions

  1. Weigh the soap and cut into cubes with a sharp knife - there will be lines on the block of soap that you can use as a guide.
  2. Add 2 cubes of the clear soap base to one microwave-safe container. Melt in 30-second intervals, stirring after each until it is completely melted.
  3. Cubes of soap in bowl
  4. Add 2 drops of gingerbread scented oil, a pinch of glitter, and 1-2 drops of red coloring to the melted soap. Thoroughly stir the soap mixture to combine. If the color is not red enough, add a tiny amount more and stir to the desired shade.
  5. Spray inside 6 of the round soap mold cavities with rubbing alcohol, then carefully pour the red soap mixture into them until it reaches the top. Spray with alcohol to remove bubbles. Allow to harden completely, or about an hour.
  6. Pouring red soap into round molds
  7. When hardened, gently pop the soap balls from the mold and set aside.
  8. Add the remaining soap cubes to a microwave safe container. Melt in 30-second intervals, stirring after each until it is completely melted.
  9. Add 1-2 teaspoons of brown mica soap colorant and 1 teaspoon of gingerbread scent to the melted soap and stir well to combine. Add more colorant and scent if required.
  10. Spray poop mold with rubbing alcohol and add one red soap ball to each cavity of the poop mold. You will see each soap ball has a flat end. You want to place the balls into the mold, rounded side down.
  11. Spray the red soap balls with rubbing alcohol. This helps the soap ball and brown soap to adhere to one another. Carefully add the brown soap mixture into the mold until it reaches the top. Spray with alcohol to remove bubbles.
  12. Soap ready for reindeer poop molds
  13. Leave the soaps to harden overnight before carefully removing from the mold.
  14. Place in gift box or bag to give as a gift or store in an airtight container until ready to use.
  15. Reindeer Poop Soap on a Sleigh

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