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<p align="center">This friendly little fish is so easy to make.
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<td>What you will need . . .
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<p align="center">Soap base, spoon, bowl, ruler, teaspoon measure, scent, colorant, mold, knife, microwave or double boiler.
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<td>Step #1
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<p align="center">Cut approximately 3/4 "off your soap block. (Or approximately 3ounces) andplace thesoap inthe bowl.
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<td>Step #2
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<td>Microwave until melted. Alternatively, melt in a double boiler.
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<td>Step #3
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<td>Add colorant. In thisphoto, weuse about 1/8th teaspoon of Gel Tones<font size="1">(tm), special colors made for soapcrafting.
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<td>Add scent. Inthis photo, we add 1/8th teaspoon skin-safe fragrance oil.
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<td>Step #5
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<td>Stir Well.
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<td>Pour into mold. A soap mold is always a good choice, however many flexible plastic containers found in your home may be used as a mold.
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<td>After the soap has hardened (about 30 minutes), turn themold upside down andpress on thebottom. The soap should pop right out. If you have any problems, run the mold under warm water from your kitchen tap.
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Yes, it really is that easy.


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