Product Actions

1 hour
6 soaps

Sea Sponge Melt and Pour Soap Project

This melt and pour soap is easy to make and brings a bit of the sea into your home.
Add Project To Favorites
  Print Project

Share your product photos with #BrambleOn

Additional Information

  • Description
  • Supplies
  • Instructions
  • Reviews
  • Q&A


Jagua blue extract is a unique ingredient. It comes from the Genipa americana tree, which is native to tropical forests in North and South America. It’s very pigmented and a little goes a long way. To use in melt and pour, we like to mix it with 99% isopropyl alcohol to get rid of clumps and then add that directly to the melted soap.

These soaps are scented with Midnight Waters Fragrance Oil. It’s a deep and complex scent with notes of bergamot, deep sea water, and patchouli. It does discolor to a light tan, so this recipe uses Vanilla Color Stabilizer.

  • Skill Level: Beginner

  • Time to Complete: 1 hour

  • Kit Yields: 6 soaps


4 Ingredients
1 Tools
1 Items From Home
For All 5 Items
For All 5 Items
4 Ingredients
4 Items
We do our best to include just what you need to make your project, however due to available product sizes, you may have left overs.
SFIC Clear Melt And Pour Soap Base - 1 lb
SFIC Clear Melt And Pour Soap Base - 1 lb
Varient/Quantity/Set: 0
size: 1 lb
Price: $3.50

Jagua Blue Extract - 0.2 oz
Jagua Blue Extract - 0.2 oz
Varient/Quantity/Set: 0
size: 0.2 oz
Price: $9.99

Midnight Waters Fragrance Oil - 1.75 oz
Midnight Waters Fragrance Oil - 1.75 oz
Varient/Quantity/Set: 0
size: 1.75 oz
Price: $5.74

Vanilla Color Stabilizer - 1 oz
Vanilla Color Stabilizer - 1 oz
Varient/Quantity/Set: 0
size: 1 oz
Price: $2.49

1 Tools
1 Items
6 Bar Oval Silicone Mold - 1 Mold
6 Bar Oval Silicone Mold - 1 Mold
Varient/Quantity/Set: 0
variant-quantity-set: 1
Price: $13.49


2 Wool Sea Sponges



Sea Sponge Melt and Pour Soap Project
This melt and pour soap is easy to make and brings a bit of the sea into your home.


6 Bar Oval Silicone Mold
29 oz. Clear Melt and Pour Soap Base
2 Wool Sea Sponges
Jagua Blue Extract
0.6 oz. Midnight Waters Fragrance Oil
0.6 oz. Vanilla Color Stabilizer
99% Isopropyl Alcohol in a Spray Bottle


SEA SPONGE PREP: Cut the wool sea sponges into about 3-4 pieces. We cut them into 3 pieces, but you can make them smaller or larger if you want.

sea sponges


Chop 29 ounces of Clear Melt and Pour Soap Base into small, uniform cubes. Place them into a heat-safe container and melt in the microwave using 30-60 second bursts. Stir between each burst.

chopped melt and pour



While the soap is melting, mix together 1/16th teaspoon of jagua blue extract and 2 teaspoons of 99% isopropyl alcohol. Mixing the jagua blue extract with alcohol helps prevent clumps.

jagua blue extract



Once the soap is melted, pour all of the dispersed jagua blue extract in and stir until completely incorporated.

jagua mixed in melt and pour



Add 0.6 ounces of Midnight Waters Fragrance Oil and 0.6 ounces of Vanilla Color Stabilizer. Mix together.

add fragrance



Fill each cavity of the mold about 80% full. Spritz the top with alcohol to help get rid of bubbles. Allow this layer of soap to harden and cool for about 15-20 minutes. The soap needs to build a strong enough skin to support the sea sponge. 

pour in mold



Once the soap has slightly hardened and formed a strong skin on top, reheat the remaining soap using 15 second bursts. Spritz all the cavities with 99% isopropyl alcohol to help the layers stick together.

spritz with alcohol



Fill the cavity with melted soap. Once full, place the sea sponges into the soap. Spritz the soap with 99% isopropyl alcohol to get rid of any bubbles. Continue for each cavity.

place sponges on top



Allow the soap to fully cool and harden for several hours or up to overnight. Once fully cool, remove the soap from the mold and enjoy. To prevent glycerin dew, wrap the soaps in plastic wrap and store in a cool, dry place.

Tutorial Credits

Photographer: Amanda Kerzman




Email this project to your friends.

Let us know how it went by leaving a review, asking a question, or uploading your project photos.