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One minute to get those smiles,,,,, priceless, thanks for sharing! Happy WW. Hope you can stop by Magical Miniature Gardens
That is so cool!! How fun!!
Wow, I had no idea!Dagmar
Whao..didn't know that soap becomes like snow in a microwave.. interesting!!Dominique @Dominique's Desk
Happy WW. Great photos.
ohmigoodness... that looks so fun!! I had no idea! I will definitely keep this in mind when we're stuck inside for days from snow!
Oooh. I have to try that one!
I gotta try this! Did it slowly expand, or was it a sudden explosion? Man, I bet the kids loved it!
We are going to have to try that, possibly tomorrow. The children are sad they are going to miss homeschool co-op because of the snow. Think they would love to do something cool like this. Thanks for sharing.
The suds that ate Cincinnati...LOL
what a fun! lol :)
I love that :)
Wow! I never expected that! x
Oh my! How fun!
Ok, this is just fun. I have Ivory, but no microwave.
Such joy and excitement! Love it!
Looks like a fun project!
My daughter and I have to try this. She'll love it.
Cool! So, what do you do with the soap after? Is it still usable for baths and stuff?
Once it was cool, it flakes apart and is like snow. It does still seem to have soap-like qualities to it, so I am going to test it out & make the homemade soap recipe I posted in July and do a couple test loads with towels to see how it work. If it does, then this is a genious (& fun!) way to get the soap in small pieces without having to grate. http://savegreenbeinggreen.blogspot.com/2012/07/try-it-tuesday-homemade-powder-laundry.html
WHAT?! That is soooooo cool!!http://www.homeofohm.com/2013/02/wordlesswednesday-week-1-resultsw-linky.html
That is the neatest thing. I bet my son would get a kick out of that!
I would have never had thought to do this - amazing and looks like good clean fun
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Love the Ivory Soap! Did not know you could do that! It looks like cotton candy.
Love it! My son was bored in 2 seconds when we tried.
Hmmm - will have to give that a try. Looks like a ton of fun!
That was so cool!! My son and I will have to try it out. Thanks for the WW. Please stop by http://mommiespov.com/todays-wordless-wednesday-join/
I didn't know ivory soap could even do that! Did it feel mushy or hard?Happy WW.
Wow - what lovely messy fun!
In Junior High Art class, we carved sculptures out of Ivory soap. It was fun!McGuffy's Readerhttp://www.mcguffysreader.blogspot.com
That's awesome and I'll have to try that :-)Thanks for visiting Wordless Wednesday Bloggers and linking up. Be sure to sign up for a weekly reminder if you haven't already!Jennifer, http://www.thejennyevolution.com
Wow, that's amazing!
Looks like lots of fun! this may be our exciting project for tomorrow!
I'm glad you shared that because I've never put soap in the microwave and had no clue what would happen.http://joycelansky.blogspot.com
Now THATS cool!!!Mines up as well at AussiePomm - Hong Kong Sunrise!!!!Have a great day!!
awesome--must buy some ivory!
This looks real fun :-) ~ shame we don't have a microwave ..... thanks for sharing
Kay, that's it...I'm going to buy some of that soap today! :)
Wow, so that really does work! I think I'm going to pick up a bar next time I'm at the store. Thank you for sharing.
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