Fish in a Bag Soap Tutorial


We made these fish in a bag soaps for my son's last birthday. They were the perfect prize for our fish bowl game here. Come get the full tutorial HERE on the site!

28 comments

Jami Balmet said...

Oh my goodness! Those are such a cute and creative idea!!! Great job! They look fantastic!!

{All Thingz Related} said...

I love these!!! What an adorable idea!!
~Rebekah

Holly said...

I have never tried to make soap, but might have to..those are too stinkin' cute!

Jennifer said...

Fantastic idea...I will definitely be trying this.

Tammy@My Party File said...

These are incredible! Such a fun and creative idea. Hope you don't mind - I have linked it to my blog http://www.mypartyfile.com/blog/?p=1775

PeaceLoveApplesauce said...

Hi!! These are fabulous.. Thanks for the idea!
Visiting from Somewhat Simple. :)

Melissa said...

These are absolutely incredible! I have just one question though, how easy is it to remove the soap from the bags? I mean, does it require some serious destruction in front of you kid or can it be done smoothly. I hope that made sense. Thanks for sharing though, I love this!

A.Rhodes said...

wow, so cute, LOOOOOOVE this idea

Cheryl G. said...

I've always wanted to make soap and I may actually get to with this great tutorial!
This is soooo cute!

mom2maddy2000 said...

What a great idea! I'm definitely bookmarking this one! Thanks for sharing such a great tutorial!

Cap Creations said...

Thanks ladies! Glad you like the tutorial! Melissa - they are not very hard to remove from the bag. You kinda just need to flip them inside out and they come right out!

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Now that is super cute! I'm already scheming how to tweak this for my daughter's birthday next year. Thanks!

Cap Creations said...

Sweet Bee Cottage - What type of tweaks did you have in mind? Maybe we could help with ideas!

{All Thingz Related} said...

These are just FABULOUS!!!! Super cute! I fell a project coming on! :)
~Bridgette

Bird said...

This is soo cool!

I am having a PARTY Link Party over at BirdCrafts.blogspot.com TODAY only and this post would be a great one to link up!

Great party favors!

See you there?

Sweet Craft Cakes said...

Great tutorial. I am bookmarking your blog. I have always wanted to have a carnival party and make these.
Love the music too...

Jodie said...

Oh Wow! I absolutely LOVE these!!!!

Bird said...

Thank you for linking this super cool tutorial to my Link Party at Bird Crafts!!

Thanks also for placing the partybutton on your post!

I'm having a Link Party SHOW OFF this Sunday, so don't forget to check if your entry's been featured! :)

Hugs,
Bird

-Meleah- said...

Awesome!!!

Allison @ House of Hepworths said...

OMG I LURVE this. Seriously brilliant. Adorable. Fish in a bag soap. Awesome.

Bird said...

Hi!

Your darling tutorial has been featured at Bird Crafts!
Check it out here: BirdCrafts.blogspot.com

Thanks again for linking up to my Link Party!

There's one happening next month too, starting on the 1st Monday and lasting all week
with a Show Off on the Sunday!

Don't miss it! :)

Hugs,
Bird

Stacey @ Fun to Craft said...

I love this. So cute! What a fun idea. Thanks for sharing at 'Look at me, I'm SO Crafty!' at Fun to Craft.

**Amy** said...

Those are so adorable. I have a daughter who LOVES her goldfish Bubbles. She would love this! Thanks for linking up.

Cara said...

Incredible!!! I am so making these for my daughters birthday party, woohoo!!!

Cara

Ashlee said...

These are SO cute! I love it, especially since I have a huge tub of glycerin soap left after my red fish blue fish soap! Thanks for the great ideas, and the teacup bird feeder? SO cute! Thanks for stopping by my blog!

Anonymous said...

hi

YUMMama said...

What a neat idea.

Kelley said...

I found this on Pintrest I hope you don't mind I featured it on my blog
http://www.missinformationblog.com/2012/03/fish-friday.html