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Found a great silicone mold at Walmart especially for Christmas!

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skayc1

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It has 6 cavities, 3 designs for presents! It's too late this year to have the soaps ready for Christmas this year, by next year I'll have figured out the best way to fill the ribbon areas with a different color!
 

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I would think painting the ribbons with mica and oil would be the best. Then you can decorate the 'wrapping' as well.
 

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What an adorable mold! I saw someone's video (Soap Queen maybe?) where they used a similar type of mold, poured in a small amount dark colored batter, swirled it around the inside until it was thick enough to stick then let it harden. Then they used a small detail tool to scrape out some of the batter and poured the rest. Now I think of it, it was probably M&P but it might work with CP. I'll see if I can find it.....

Here it is and yep, it's M&P. I bet you can do something similar though!

[ame]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9duEvRSNrdM[/ame]
 

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I have that mold, it was a gift from a member, and I'm eager to play with it too. I think it could make some very adorable soap :)
 
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