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Lemon Pie Soap



1. Melt 1 pound of white soap in a double boiler.
2. Fragrance with ½ teaspoon of Lemon Poundcake Fragrance Oil.
3. Color with 4 drops of Cosmic Color Canary Yellow.
4. Pour into a 8 inch metal pie pan.
5. Cover with plastic wrap.
6. Melt 1 pound of white soap in a double boiler.
7. Fragrance with ½ teaspoon of Lemon Poundcake fragrance oil.
8. Color with several drops of cosmic color canary yellow (you will want this layer much darker in color than the first layer).
9. Uncover the pie pan and spritz the soap with a light layer of rubbing alcohol.
10. Slowly pour the second batch of soap into the pie pan.
11. Help the layers blend slightly by briefly running a knife through the mixture.
12. Allow the soap to harden.
13. Melt ¼ pound of soap and color it a dark caramel color. Pour on top of the mold. This will become your pie’s crust.
14. Allow the soap to harden.


15. Place the hard soap and mold in the freezer for 15 minutes. This will allow the soap to shrink slightly and then come out of the mold more easily. Some soap bases will not tolerate being placed in the freezer. Wholesale Supplies Plus has a soap base that can be placed in the freezer without damaging the soap.
16. Take the soap out of the freezer and unmold. If the soap is difficult to unmold, turn upside down and run warm water over the mold.
17. Once out of the mold set aside.
18. Melt ½ pound of white soap in a double boiler.

19. Add ¼ teaspoon of cosmetic glitter to the melted base.
20. Leave the soap in the melting pan and mix with an electric mixer. Start with the lowest speed possible and work up slowly.
21. Once the soap base is thick and bubbly, place spoonfuls of the base on top of the unmolded pie.
22. Immediately freeze for 15 minutes.
23. Allow to return to room temperature.
24. Cut into pie pieces the next morning.













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