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A quick and easy way to make your own Christmas soap is to reuse pieces of old soap and add some festive scent.

Materials



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White unscented soap
Ground nutmeg
Cupcake moulds

Method



1. Grate the soap, and put it in a bowl.



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2. Heat the soap over a bowl of boiling water.
3. Add a few teaspoons of nutmeg according to how strong you want the scent to be.



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3. Once soft and malleable, take it off the heat, and meld the soap together into a ball.



4. Divide the soap and squash it into cupcake moulds.



5. Bake in the oven at 180 ༠C/ 160 ༠C fan/350 ༠F/4 Gas until they begin to bubble up like muffins.
6. Allow to cool.



7. Pop the soap out of the moulds and add a little water so that they lather up and you can reshape them.



8. Allow to set and dry, and then use like normal soap.

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