Make Your Own Easter Bunny Bar Soap!


    Lately I have been on a DIY kick and have been researching different ways to make some of our favorite products, or items we use every single day, right here at home.  I was very excited to learn how easy it is to make bars of soap from scratch and how much money it can save you at the supermarket.  The best part is that you can customize them to contain your favorite scents, designs and colors which can really help to bring our your creative and artistic side.


    Since Easter is right around the corner, I thought it would be a great idea to create some decorative Easter soaps to really get everyone in our home into the spirit of the season.  You too can make these adorable soaps and I think you will be surprised at how easy they are to make and how little they put a dent in your budget!


Easter Bunny Bar Soap


  • 2 clean empty soup cans
  • 1 clear glass Pyrex measuring cup
  • Clear glycerin soap block
  • Food coloring or soap coloring (pink and blue)
  • Soap scent (optional)
  • Small spray bottle of rubbing alcohol
  • Large cooking pot
  • Bunny silicone mold



1. Cut your soap into ice cube size blocks
2. Place your about 5 soap cubes into each soup can
3. Fill your large pot with 1/4 water and bring to a boil
4. Place your soup cans into your boiling water
5. Have your water boil around your cans for around 5 minutes or until your soap cubes are melted
6. Add in 1/4 teaspoon of your soap scent (I chose vanilla) to each can
7. Add 1 small drop of food coloring to each can and mix well (you don’t want to use a lot because the food coloring will stain if you use to much)
8. Carefully pick up your hot cans with an oven mit and pour the melted soap into your bunny molds
9. Once your soap is in your bunny molds, squirt your bunnies with a spray of rubbing alcohol to remove and prevent any air bubbles
10. Let your soap filled molds set for 10 minutes then transfer to the freezer for 10 minutes
11. While your soap is in the freezer cooling, place about 5 soap cubes in your Pyrex measuring cup, then place the measuring cup into the boiling water for about 5 minutes (or until soap is melted)
12. Stretch the sides of your molds and press up on the bottom of the bunny to remove the soaps
13. Place your soap bunnies into your rectangle mold, smooth side face down
14. Pour your melted clear soap over your bunnies, into your rectangle molds
15. Spray with alcohol again, set in the freezer for 15 minutes
16. Now stretch the sides of your rectangle mold and push up on the bottom to remove your soap


    I hope that you enjoy making these soaps and sharing them with your family as much as I did.  It’s a great way to make natural bars of soap that you will feel confident giving to your loved ones.  From my family to yours, have a Happy Easter!



Let’s Discuss:  What do you think about the idea of making bars of soap right at home instead of buying them at the store?

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  1. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says

    That is seriously the cutest thing ever! I HAVE to make these for the kids – they will love ’em!

  2. We recently bought a book about soap making, but haven’t tried any of them yet. The glycerin versions look so easy!

  3. These are adorable soaps!! What a fun way to show Easter spirit and to have on display for guests!

  4. This is so cute! I have made my own soap before but it has been a while.

  5. Neely (@Neelykins) says

    How cool of an idea! I love this!

  6. I totally need to make a few of these. They are so cute and they’re so simple!

  7. Oh my gosh these are just the cutest things ever, I totally need to make some I think.

  8. Those would make perfect gifts as well–customized to the scent and colors the person likes! They really don’t seem that difficult to make-a bit time consuming maybe-but well worth the effort!

  9. What a fun idea to make a themed soap. Not very hard to do either.

  10. This is cute! I should make these for my kids’ easter baskets. That would be so fun.

  11. What a cute DIY Easter idea! I really need to try making my own soap sometime.

  12. OH those are so adorable! I have never thought of making my own soap at home, but it really would be fun! I like that you can scent or not scent to your liking!

  13. Best part about Easter, crafts and creativity and bright colors. Entertains me to just look at them! These seem not just for kids but for adults like me too! Super!

  14. What a fun idea! I’m sure my kids would love to make our own DIY Bunny bar soap.

  15. I have never made my own soap (as far as I recall). This looks simple enough that it would make a great rainy day project with the kids, plus the soaps are just cute.

  16. So fun! My kids would think this is just way too cute. I haven’t ever made soap, but I think putting little bunnies inside would be so fun!

  17. I used to love making soap and giving them away as gifts. This idea is so cute. I’ve never made Easter soap before. I will have to bookmark this!

  18. I would love to do this for my kids. This is so fun and creative and I know they would appreciate it!

  19. This is so cute! I’ve always wanted to make my own soap 🙂 Definitely will be trying this DIY out. Thanks for sharing!

  20. What a clever idea! My daughter was just saying we should make some soap. She will love this.

  21. My kids are going to love making these. We are always looking for new projects to do.

  22. Janell Poulette says

    This is a great idea! I need to make it with my kids.

  23. meagan bs says

    I think it sounds like a lot of work! I bet it’s fun and it would make the house smell great!

  24. Maryann D. says

    These Easter Bunny Bar Soaps are a wonderful idea. I would enjoy making them as well as give them for Easter Gifts.

  25. Debbie Welchert says

    These are so cute and I would love to make these for my grandchildren. They would love them.

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