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Handmade Frosted Cranberry Scented Coconut Milk Soap Recipe

November 2, 2013

DIY Homemade Frosted Cranberry Coconut Milk Cold Process Soap Recipe

One of my favorite fragrances this season is Crafters Choice™ Frosted Cranberry Fragrance Oil from Wholesale Supplies Plus. So it was only fitting to have my first ever cold process soap recipe for Wholesale Supplies Plus featured in the November 2013 of eHandmade Magazine! My seasonally scented holiday soap recipe is formulated with dry winter skin in mind and is therefore made with rich, skin conditioning shea and cocoa butters as well as soothing coconut milk powder! Click here to start browsing through the new Winter Wonderland inspired issue for bath, body, beauty and soap recipes for the holidays. (You can find my Frosted Cranberry Scented Coconut Milk Soap Recipe on page 27.)

DIY Handmade Spiced Gum Drops Sugar Scrub Recipe - Fun Homemade Christmas Gift Idea via Wholesale Supplies PlusA few of the other bath and beauty recipes in this month’s issue of eHandmade Magazine include: Peppermint Cream Massage Oil Recipe, Snowballs Melt & Pour Soap Recipe, Santa’s Tree Farm Melt & Pour Soap Recipe, Spiced Gum Drops Sugar Scrub Recipe (pictured above,) Vanilla Mint Lip Balm Recipe, Spice Pumpkin Latte Scrub Recipe, Pumpkin Pie Cold Process Soap Recipe, and more! So whether you are crafting homemade soaps, sugar scrubs and silky lotions to sell or to gift to friends and family this year, you’re sure to be inspired!

You can also find recipe filled back issues of eHandmade Magazine at Wholesale Supplies Plus for even more great ideas year round!


  • Melissa @ Vandicrafts

    November 2, 2013 at 11:26 am

    The second picture looks like giant gumdrops (which I love!) You have such nice pictures for your products. 🙂

    1. Rebecca D. Dillon

      November 2, 2013 at 11:41 am

      The second photo is of a Spiced Gum Drops Sugar Scrub Recipe also featured in the new issue. You can either find the recipe within the magazine or click through the photo to buy a kit to make your own!

  • Priyanjana

    November 4, 2013 at 2:31 am

    hmmm… cranberryy!

  • jen

    November 4, 2013 at 2:09 pm

    Hi. The recipe looks great! Can you tell me how much it makes? I’d like to know what size mold to use. I usually just use a shoebox so it makes it more complicated.

    1. Rebecca D. Dillon

      November 4, 2013 at 8:05 pm

      If you add up the weight of the oils it will give you the size of the batch. ie. 36 oz. of soapmaking oils makes a 2.25 lb. batch.

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