GOLDFISH Plastic x 20

Total:
$8.90
So fun for toys, fetes, soaps, cute little fish! 
To make 'FISH IN A BAG' SOAPS - Use for crafts or just great plastic toys. The kids will love it - A great gift idea
Click on the images for some great ideas - the coloured soaps are made using the pigment colourants and the soap art pieces are made from our workshops - you are buying the fish, but we do have another listing for the entire kit! 
Have a look at the above pictures of the fish in a bag and fish in a dish soaps - too cute - Great gifts or start a business!

Make your own Soap Art Soap:

  • You are getting a selection of 20 fish shown in the above image, take a look at the photo with the ruler to get an idea of size - approx' 50mm (5cm) - Please note colours and style may vary a little
  • great for special gifts! 
  • These are the FISH ONLY. 
  • HIGH QUALITY - won't melt or mishape when you add your soap base
  • Great fun idea for kids parties, school projects or rainy day activities AND you end up with a lovely craft you can use
  • We also stock the clear soap base, fragrance and essential oils, isopropyl alcohol, shimmers, rock salt, Bags, Ribbons, twist tie ribbons and natural pigment dyes

To make your fish in a dish soap:

    • Melt your clear Renascent soap base (microwave or stove top)
    • Add a few drops of your chosen Renascent fragrance
    • Add a (VERY TINY) drip of pigment dye if you want your water slightly coloured
    • Pour soap into a soap mould to three quarters full
    • Allow to set
    • Spritz with isopropyl alcohol and place fish on top quickly covering with remaining clear soap
    • If you prefer your fish to be embedded you can add him in the above process of first pour and fill up
    • Unmould

Make your own Soap Art Diorama Soap:

  • Melt your clear Renascent soap base (microwave or stove top)
  • Add a few drops of your chosen Renascent fragrance
  • Add a (VERY TINY) drip of pigment dye if you want your water slightly coloured
  • Pour a very tiny amount of soap into the base of the mould
  • Chop up some chunks of clear soap and place in a bag with some pearl or copper shimmer powder, toss around to create beautiful 'sea rocks'
  • Place a couple of sea rocks into the base of the mould
  • Perhaps add a few chunks of rock salt (coloured or natural)
  • If desired, add a little shimmer powder
  • Place sea creature into mould around rocks, you can have them fully embedded or leaping out of the water (look at the above images)
  • Spritz with isopropyl alcohol and pour remaining melted soap over
  • Allow to set
    • Unmould

    To make Fish in a bag soap:

    • Melt your clear Renascent soap base (microwave or stove top)
    • Add a few drops of your chosen Renascent fragrance
    • Add a (VERY TINY) drip of pigment dye if you want your water slightly coloured
    • Add a fish to your cellophane bag

    • Holding the bag at the top (this is often easier being a 2 person job) carefully pour the melted soap in.

    • Tie the bag at the top and hang (I have a plastic indoor clothes hanger with pegs on it that is perfect for this job), you can also place the top weighted under something so it hangs straight down (this bit is important to allow your bag to look like it is filled with water and just ‘hanging’ there once set.

    • If you fish has gone belly up (looking a bit like a dead fish) this is the perfect time to carefully give a few bends and pokes to get it the right way around. Sometimes it helps to wedge it’s ‘nose’ into the corner which may hold it there.

    • Alternatively you may like to poke a thin piece of wire through your fish to suspend it in the soap, once the soap is nearly set, carefully pull the wire out of the bag leaving the fish there.

    • Another alternative is to add a tiny bit of soap to the bag and let it set with the fish poking up, then once set, fill the bag with melted soap and it should hold in the place you left it.

    • Allow to set

    A fantastic gift for kids - at around $1 each, fantastic for school fetes too