You've done an awesome job. Those are fantastic! Do they make noise when you open the door? It might be neat to add a jingle bell at the bottom. lol, i just like to know when someone comes in and out. How did you make them?
Edit: I forgot to say: do you have a small spray bottle? Like the ones WalMart sells in the travel-sized aisle? Get one and fill it with alcohol. Spritzing on the soap (when it's still liquid) will get rid of the bubbles.
To get stuff to sit nicely on the bottom and not float, pour in a thin layer of soap and spray with alcohol to get rid of bubbles. Set your foam pieces on and allow the soap to cool. Then pour in the rest and it'll stay put!
THANK YOU!!! I've been having a real tough time getting my trinkets to stay place =D
First time making soap, everyone on here makes it look so easy. So I went to Joannes, picked up a brick of glycerine, dye, tinkerbell stickers, and a mold. In all it cost about $20. Then I headed over to the Dollar Tree and found these neat skull molds for ice cubes, a spray bottle & rubbing alcohol. And came out with these. To make the zombie soaps, first I put a drop of red coloring in the mold, then poured the green colored soap into the mold. It made an awesome swirl effect and each soap was a little different.
A lesson I learned!! Do not pour searing hot soap on top of already cooled soap. it will not layer, it will melt a crator into the cooled soap ='( boo.