Soap Jellies

This is probably one of the most simple projects I’ve done lately and I LOVE it! These jellies are perfect for parties, gifts, and daily use… plus, they’re cute!

You’ll need:

2/3 C water

1oz packet of gelatin (I used Knox brand)

1/2 C liquid soap

Silicone molds (I used chocolate molds)

Start by boiling your water. Once it’s nice and hot, put it in a heat resistant bowl and sprinkle your gelatin packet in. Make sure you sprinkle it because if you pour it, you’ll get clumps that won’t mix in. Stir the mixture until the gelatin is absorbed. Next, pour in your liquid soap and stir your mixture up. I used a simple hand soap because it’s what I had laying around but you can use dish soap, bodywash, or any other liquid soap you have on hand.

Once your mixture is homogeneous, you’re going to pour it into your molds. I recommend the silicone chocolate molds because it’s easy to get the finished product out. However, since they’re so flexible when they are full it is hard to carry them to the fridge without spilling. I put some cardboard under my molds to help keep them flat on the way to my fridge. Let your jellies sit in the fridge for a couple of hours until they are the consistency of jello.

Once your jellies are firm, pop them gently out of the mold and they’re ready to use. You can see that I used too detailed of a mold when I made some of mine, so keep that in mind. The simpler the better! You could even use a brownie pan and cut small squares for easy use. Any way you use your jellies, I hope you have as much fun as I did! As always, subscribe so you don’t miss out on the next fun project 😊

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