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    Apple Tart Soap

    4oz. Clear, Unscented Glycerine Soap
    1 Tablespoon Liquid Soap
    1 teaspoon Liquid Glycerine
    1/2 teaspoon Apple Fragrance Oil
    2 Drops Red Food Color
    1/2 teaspoon Ground Cinnamon

    Melt soap in small pan over low heat or in a glass cup in the
    microwave.

    Add Liquid Soap and glycerine and stir gently but well. Add

    fragrance, color and cinnamon. Stir and let stand a couple minutes, just enough to start to thicken so when you stir again the cinnamon will be more evenly distributed.

    Pour into molds. Allow to set completely (in or out of freezer).

    Wrap in plastic wrap or use cellophane candy bags.

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    Where do you get the apple fragrance oil?

    Lynne

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    Hi, I also meant to ask you, what do you use for molds?

    Thanks,
    Lynne

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    When I make soap I use essential oils or fragrance oils. You can purchase them online, just type in the name of the fragrance you want.

    Here is a company that has a big selection: Fragrance Oils | Soap Fragrance Oils | Bramble Berry Soap Making Supplies or Fragrance Oils | Potpourri Oil | Fragrances | Scented Oil | Soap Making | Candle Making

    For molds we actually bought some soap molds at a yardsale, dirt cheap, but you can also buy them at places like walmart (in the craft section), Michaels, etc.


    You can also use Muffin tins, and a variety of other items. Worse comes to worse, you just have to melt and repour.
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