- NOTE: If you are making these products for sale, good manufacturing practices recommend you wear a hairnet, gloves and a mask. We also recommend a clean apron.
- Place silicone loaf mold on a cookie sheet. This helps stabilize the mold if it needs to be moved.
- In plastic beaker, pour out 1.2 oz. of fragrance oil. Add .60 oz. of Vanilla Color Stabilizer. The fragrance has 3% vanilla content so the stabilizer will help keep the soap from turning brown. Mix well and set aside.
- Cut 1 - 2lb tray of white soap into 4 sections. Each section should weigh approx. 8 ounces.
- Cut up one 8 oz. block of soap and place in glass measuring cup. Heat in microwave until soap temperature reaches around 150°F. This is so the powdered dyes will completely dissolve when mixed in.
- Add the first powder dye until desired shade is reached. Mix well until completely dissolved. Start with about 1/8 teaspoon. Color may speckle if too much is added.
- Mixing fragrance/stabilizer, add one tablespoon to melted colored soap. Mix well.
- Pour into soap mold. Spritz with alcohol to dissolve surface bubbles. Let soap harden.
- Melt 3 oz. of white soap. Spritz top of first layer with rubbing alcohol to help layers adhere.
- When soap has cooled to around 125°F, pour over spritzed layer of soap. If soap is too hot, the layer below will bleed into the white soap. Let soap harden.
- Cut up another 8 oz. block of soap and melt in microwave. Again, heat soap to around 150°F.
- Add second powder color until desired shade is reached. Mix well to be sure the powder has completely dissolved.
- Add one tablespoon of fragrance oil mixture to soap, mixing well before adding.
- Check soap temperature before pouring to be sure it is at or below 125°F. Otherwise, it may melt the layer below.
- Spritzing soap with alcohol, pour colored soap and spritz again to release bubbles. Let soap harden.
- Melt 3 oz. of white soap. Spritzing top of orange/coral soap with alcohol (to help layers adhere), pour white soap over this layer. Let soap harden.
- Repeat Steps 4-15 to pour third and fourth layer of soap. After fourth colored layer has been poured, do not add another layer of white soap.
- Cut up and melt 10 oz. of soap in glass bowl.
- Using a hand mixer, beat soap on medium until soap just starts to thicken.
- Spritz top of soap with alcohol and immediately pour thickened soap on top of loaf. Use a spoon to make peaks and to make it look like frosting.
- Top with sprinkles and let soap harden.
- Cut loaf into slices using the wavy soap cutter and wrap tightly with saran wrap.
- Label product accordingly.