Rudolph The Reindeer Poop Soap

I started volunteering in my son’s class a few weeks ago. I had no idea how much I would enjoy and appreciate helping out. This year, I am making an effort to be more involved. I already helped chaperone a field trip a few months ago and we had so much fun. I loved watching my son have so much fun running around! I plan on chaperoning any and all field trips I can! My son’s teacher and paraeducators are so appreciative of my help, which makes me feel good! Being in his class allows me to see and observe how and what they are teaching him. I recently made Rudolph The Reindeer Poop Soap and they turned out so cute! 

Rudolph The Reindeer Poop Soap

This year, I was looking for easy and affordable gift ideas for the holidays. I am so excited to share a fun recipe! The Rudolph The Reindeer Poop Soap is fun and makes a unique gift to give to friends, family, co-workers, teachers, and more! 

You have to admit, the poop soap is adorable. Of course, you can create your own and make it a different poop soap theme for each season, holiday, and special occasion!

Rudolph The Reindeer Poop Soap upclose

Are you looking for more fun beauty recipes to try? Be sure to check out our other soaps and bath bombs, which make great gifts: Unicorn Soap, Dried Calendula Lavender Whipped Soap, Lemon Poppy Seed Soap, Dried Orange Peel Bath Bombs, and Bubblegum With Frosting Soap.

Ready to make Rudolph The Reindeer Poop Soap? 

Supplies Needed

Rudolph Poop Soap Supplies

1 pound clear melt and pour soap (You can find it here on Amazon)

1 teaspoon gingerbread scented oil (You can find it in this set from on Amazon)

1 cube or 1-2 teaspoons of brown mica soap colorant (You can find it in this set from on Amazon)

1 drop of red soap food color (I used the color from this set from Amazon) or you can use a red mica powder from this set from Amazon

Red cosmetic glitter (You can find it here on Amazon)

Poop soap mold (You can find the one I used here on Amazon

Small round soap mold (Find it on Amazon)

Spray bottle of rubbing alcohol

3 microwave safe measuring cups (You can get them here on Amazon)

Instructions

Rudolph Poop Soap Step 1

Step 1:  Add 2 cubes of the clear soap base to one microwave safe bowl. Melt in 30 second intervals, stirring after each until it is completely melted. Add gingerbread scented oil to bowl.  

Rudolph Poop Soap Step 2

Step 2: Add 1-2 drops of the red coloring to the bowl. Thoroughly mix color into soap mixture. If color is not red enough, add one drop and mix.

Rudolph Poop Soap Step 3

Step 3: Spray bottom of mold with rubbing alcohol. Carefully add the red soap mixture into mold until it reaches the top. Spray with alcohol to remove bubbles.  Allow to harden completely, or about 30-40 minutes.

Rudolph Poop Soap Step 4

Step 4:  Gently pop soap balls from mod and set aside. 

Rudolph Poop Soap Step 5

Step 5: Add remainder of the soap cubes to a microwave safe bowl. Melt in 30 second intervals, stirring after each until it is completely melted. Add scented oil and color to bowl.  Mix well. 

Rudolph Poop Soap Step 6

Step 6: Spray poop mold with rubbing alcohol and add one red soap ball to each cavity of the poop mold. You will see each soap ball has a flat end. You want to place the balls into the mold, rounded side down.

Rudolph Poop Soap Step 7

Step 7: Spray the red soap balls with rubbing alcohol. This helps the soap ball and brown soap to adhere to one another. Carefully add the brown soap mixture into mold until it reaches the top. Spray with alcohol to remove bubbles.  Allow to harden overnight. Store in an airtight container until ready to use. 

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Rudolph The Reindeer Poop Soap

Our Rudolph The Reindeer Poop Soap makes the cutest and unique gift for the holidays!
Keyword: Rudolph The Reindeer Poop Soap, soap, soap making

Ingredients

  • 1 pound clear melt and pour soap
  • 1 teaspoon gingerbread scented oil
  • 1 cube or 1-2 teaspoons of brown mica soap colorant
  • 1 drop of red soap food color or you can use a red mica powder
  • Red cosmetic glitter
  • Poop soap mold
  • Small round soap mold
  • Spray bottle of rubbing alcohol
  • 3 microwave safe measuring cups

Instructions

  • Step 1: Add 2 cubes of the clear soap base to one microwave safe bowl. Melt in 30 second intervals, stirring after each until it is completely melted. Add gingerbread scented oil to bowl.
  • Step 2: Add 1-2 drops of the red coloring to the bowl. Thoroughly mix color into soap mixture. If color is not red enough, add one drop and mix.
  • Step 3: Spray bottom of mold with rubbing alcohol. Carefully add the red soap mixture into mold until it reaches the top. Spray with alcohol to remove bubbles. Allow to harden completely, or about 30-40 minutes.
  • Step 4: Gently pop soap balls from mod and set aside.
  • Step 5: Add remainder of the soap cubes to a microwave safe bowl. Melt in 30 second intervals, stirring after each until it is completely melted. Add scented oil and color to bowl. Mix well.
  • Step 6: Spray poop mold with rubbing alcohol and add one red soap ball to each cavity of the poop mold. You will see each soap ball has a flat end. You want to place the balls into the mold, rounded side down.
  • Step 7: Spray the red soap balls with rubbing alcohol. This helps the soap ball and brown soap to adhere to one another. Carefully add the brown soap mixture into mold until it reaches the top. Spray with alcohol to remove bubbles. Allow to harden overnight. Store in an airtight container until ready to use.
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How cute are Rudolph The Reindeer Poop soap?! They are the perfect little gifts to give at the office, teachers, friends, and more! Don’t forget to share, bookmark, and pin this recipe! You can also print this recipe out!

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