Handmade Bath Gifts To show off bath salts in a pretty glass container, cut a square of cellophane. Lay it flat and sprinkle cut strips of crinkle paper in the middle. Set the bottle on the paper and cellophane and gather the sides. Tie with colored ribbon around the bottle's neck. Epsom Salts, Fragrance Oil, Gift Ideas, Handmade Bath, Food Coloring, Homemade Bath Salts, Bubbles Bath, Bathsalts, Bath Gift
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Handmade Bath Gifts To show off bath salts in pretty glass containers, cut a square of cellophane, lay it flat, and sprinkle cut strips of crinkled paper in the middle. Set the bottle in the center of the cellophane and gather the sides. Tie a colored ribbon around the bottle's neck. Get instructions for bath salts.
BATH SALTS: Turn a plain old soak into a real retreat with bath salts you make yourself. Start with about 4 cups of sea salt or kosher salt. Mix in several drops of an aromatic bath oil (available at bath and beauty stores) and, if you wish, dried fragrant plants, such as lavender or eucalyptus. Pour into a jar for yourself or to give as a gift. Use a few spoonfuls of salts per bath.
Last Minute Handmade Gift Ideas: Craft up these DIY Bath and Beauty crafts for holiday or winter birthday gifts!
Christmas Card Wreath: It's easy to transform a simple wreath into a Christmas card display. Wrap a straw wreath with upholstery webbing (available at fabrics stores), using small sewing pins to secure. Tie a bow at the top and loop a length through the back to hang. If the recipient loves vintage collectibles, attach antique Christmas cards to the wreath with binder clips. Or include a small tin of clips with the wreath so the recipient can add their own cards as desired.