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Handmade LEGO Minifigure Soap

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I love how LEGO can encourage creativity and independent thinking and I absolutely love how much joy they bring to kids. Now, Legos add even more to their resume use them as extra incentive to get kids to wash their hands: bury them in soap! Your kids are going to go crazy over these Homemade LEGO Soaps. They are so easy to make; your kids can even help you create them. They make excellent party favors and they’re perfect for adding a little color to your bathroom décor.

Homemade Lego Soap

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What you need:

  • Olive Oil Melt & Pour Soap base by ArtsMind (Michael’s carries this brand)
  • Silicone Soap Molds (Purchase here)
  • Lego Figurines


Homemade Lego Soap

Cut out a big half block of the Olive Oil Melt & Pour soap base from your container.  Cut the soap base into smaller squares to make the melting process smoother.

Put the soap into a microwave safe bowl and place it in the microwave for 1 minute.  Remove from the microwave and stir it quickly. The entire soap base should be melted, but if it’s not, put it back in the microwave for an additional 30 seconds
.Homemade Lego Soap
Once the soap is completely melted, pour just a little soap into your silicone molds. Make sure to cover the mold bottom. Place your Lego figurine into the soap base.  Now, quickly pour the rest of your soap base over the Legos and let it set for 2 hours.
Homemade Lego Soap
I was able to make 3 bars out of this batch…and they turned out fantastic!

Homemade Lego Soap

The rule in our house is you cannot free Lego man by digging at the soap with your fingers. He must remain in the soap until the water and actual use release him. You can’t believe the how often I see clean hands and “prune” fingertips!

Don’t miss these great Lego themed sources gathered by the team at Spaceships and Laser Beams.

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Check out more great Lego ideas your kids are sure to love.

Plus, check out How to Make Homemade Lego Soap


Stephanie Keeping

Stephanie is in love with a boy named Sam. He has taught her that it's okay to jump first and look later, to wear a dirty shirt to the park and to decide that today is a good day to take a nap in your rubber boots. She hangs out here blogging at Spaceships and Laser Beams and at our printable party shop on Etsy.