Aren’t these adorable PEEP Soap Bunnies? Perfect additions to Easter Baskets, Neighbor Gifts, Teacher Gifts, or to set in your bathroom for Easter Brunch.
What do you think of when you think of Spring?
For me, it brings back memories of Easter Baskets and PEEPS. It reminds me of late night talks with friends in our college dorm room under the soft glow of yellow PEEPS lights. They remind me of my sweet friend who also shares a love of all things PEEPS related that I met during our seminary days.
Before we talk about how to make these adorable bunny hand soaps, I must know the answer to the age-old question,
Do you eat your PEEPS fresh from the package, or do you open the package and let them get stale?
Aren’t these adorable bunny soaps? Perfect additions to Easter Baskets, Neighbor Gifts, Teacher Gifts, or to set in your bathroom for Easter Brunch.
How to Make PEEP Soap Bunnies
Materials (affiliate links are used):
Melt and Pour Soap
Essential oils of choice (optional)
PEEPS treat tray (can use metal bunny cookie cutter and a square mold)
Rubbing alcohol (preferably in a spray bottle)
Clean your PEEPs mold and dry completely before making the soap.
Place the melt and pour soup in a microwave-safe container. (I used a glass measuring cup.)
Heat in 30-second bursts, stir and reheat as necessary until completely melted.
Stir in the soap coloring and optional essential oils, if using.
Pour the soap carefully into your mold to your preferred thickness.
Spritz a bit of rubbing alcohol on the surface of the soap to remove any bubbles.
Let set for 2 hours or overnight to firm up completely.
Pop out of the mold and package up for cute Easter gifts!
How will you use your PEEPS hand soaps?