How To Make Lavender Soap bunnies

How To Make Lavender Soap Bunnies

Indulge your crafting side with our guide to creating these lavender soap bunnies. Infused with the soothing scent of lavender, these charming creations are adorable. They also offer a luxurious spa-like experience with every use. Lavender, known for its calming properties, adds a touch of relaxation to your daily routine. This makes these soap bunnies perfect for unwinding after a long day.

This step-by-step tutorial will walk you through making your lavender soap bunnies from scratch. Whether you're a seasoned soap maker or a novice crafter, our easy-to-follow instructions will help you achieve professional results. We'll cover every aspect of the creative journey.

With customizable colors and designs, you can tailor each bunny to suit your preferences. This makes them ideal for personalized gifts or charming additions to your bathroom decor. Let's embark on a sensory adventure filled with fragrant lavender fields and whimsical crafting delights.

How To Make Lavender Soap bunnies

Lavender Soap Bunnies

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Servings 16 Bunny Soaps


  • Melt the soap in the microwave (aff) for 30 seconds. If not fully melted, put on for 10 second intervals until completely melted.
  • Add the soap colorant and essential oil. Stir well.
    Bunny Lavender Soap
  • Pour into Soap mold. Spray lightly with rubbing alcohol to reduce bubbles.
    Bunny Lavender Soap
  • Let stand for about 2 (aff) hours, then remove from mold.
    Bunny Lavender Soap
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As you admire your finished creations and inhale the calming aroma of lavender, you'll find satisfaction in both the process and the result. Whether you gift these charming bunnies to loved ones or keep them as a cherished indulgence, they remind you of the beauty found in handmade creations. So, gather your supplies, embrace your inner artisan, and let the soothing scent of lavender guide you on a whimsical crafting adventure.

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This Post Has 19 Comments

  1. candy

    When using the melt and pour it is so easy. The fun part is finding all the different kinds of mold to use and enjoy. Bunnies are adorable.


    OMG aren’t these the cutest. What a great idea for Easter. My girls would love to make and use them!!! They’d make super cute gifts for their friends too.

  3. Jeanette

    This is so cute! I have never made my own soap but it looks easy and this would be a fun little craft to do with the kids.

  4. GiGi Eats

    What a CUTE little idea for Easter!!! If I were a guest, I might snag one of these babies from your bathroom 😉

  5. Amber Myers

    I love these soaps! And I know I’d love the scent. I’ve always been a fan of lavender.

  6. Melissa Chapman

    What a great way to spruce up an Easter basket. I have never made soap but you make it seem so easy. I will review this again if I make it.

  7. Alyssa

    oh my gosh–so adorable! I love cute things like this that are perfect for an Easter basket…but don’t have sugar! 🙂

  8. Chubskulit Rose

    Those are some cute soaps. I can almost smell the lavender scent you infused in it.

  9. Tasheena

    These soaps are super cute. This would be so much fun to make with my girls.

  10. Beth

    Those are really cute! My mom used to have soaps that were “too nice” to use. So she just kept in her dresser drawers as sachets for years.

  11. Heather

    This looks like a fun project! I actually have a similar mold already and the essential oils! I might need to try it.

  12. Pam

    These are absolutely adorable. And I have always loved the smell of lavender for soap!

  13. Catalina

    How cute are these bunny soaps! I am sure my kid will have a lot of fun making them!

  14. Lisa Favre

    I love, love, love the fact that these are lavender! They are absolutely beautiful. My nieces are pre-teens so Easter chocolates are not too much their thing anymore but they would love these.

  15. Ashley

    These are super cute! I could give them to the teacher’s gifts for Spring.

  16. Heather

    I want to make my own soaps for the simple fact of knowing what exactly goes into it. I’ve been wanting to make some soap using essential oils specifically. These little bunny soaps are adorable. They would make a great gift!

  17. Ruth I

    Love this idea! I think I will need more cute molders because this is a perfect gift too!

  18. Nikka Shae

    This is such a cute idea for Easter!

  19. Natalie Jerebic

    These turned out so good! I love lavender in body care. I really want to learn how to make my own soap!

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