Pirate Soap

We have a pirate themed bathroom in the house (yes, it’s awesome), and I believe in taking themes to the extreme. Thus, the skull and crossbones soap was born.

You will need:  a bar of soap, and rather dull, small knife, and a bucket to catch the soap carvings.

You can scrape off the company logo if you want, or just use the back side of the soap for carving. The first thing I did was sketch the initial outline into the soap with the tip of the knife. I got a little over-excited and dug the eyes and nose out first, but it came out okay in the end. Other than this step, I basically just carved away the extra soap from my design.

This is it, the finished product. I used a wet q-tip to smooth out the insides of the eyes, and around the edges. Fun times! *Pirate Voice* “Yaaarrr, there be a treasure of cleanliness to be had!”


September 10, 2010. Tags: , , , . Arts and Crafts.

One Comment

  1. My Super Cheapness: Laundry Soap « My Attempts at Cleverness replied:

    […] I use a tiny cheese grater or lemon zester thing I have (I have no idea where it came from), to grate the soap into a big tupperware. This is also the perfect place for your soap carving shavings to go when you carve your skull soap!  […]

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