Homemade Hair Towel WrapThis is a page about making a homemade hair towel wrap. Treat yourself as though you were at a spa with a quick and easy homemade hair towel wrap.
Homemade Bath Salts RecipesThis is a page about homemade bath salts recipes. A warm bath with aromatic bath salts added can be very relaxing.
Making a Washcloth Soap PouchUse pretty, colorful washcloths to make these useful and fun soap pouches. They are great for use in your home and to give as gifts. This is a page about making a washcloth soap pouch.
Homemade Bath Bombs Won't HardenIf you are making homemade bath bombs and they won't harden it can be frustrating. This is a page about homemade bath bombs won't harden.
Bath Bombs Cracking After They've DriedIf your bath bombs are cracking after they have dried there are several reasons that this might be happening. Too much moisture or humidity in the air might be the culprit, likewise, if they have dried too quickly, cracking can also occur. This is a page about bath bombs cracking after they've dried.
Homemade Invigorating Bath SaltsUse herbs and oils to invigorate your homemade bath salts. This is a page about invigorating bath salts.
Making Bath Bombs at HomeBath bombs are a fun craft to make for yourself or as a gift. This is a page about making bath bombs at home.
Oatmeal Shower BagThese little bags are great for your skin. You can also hand them out as party favours for adults.
Making Bath BombsThis is a page about making bath bombs. Fizzy, relaxing bath bombs make a great gift or self indulgence.
Storing Bath BombsBath bombs need to be stored in a dry place or at least in an airtight container. Some consumers even keep them in the freezer. The moisture in your bathroom is not good for them. This is a page about storing bath bombs.
Bath Bombs Are Hard and FlakySometimes your ingredients may need a bit of an adjustment if the bath bombs you are making are too hard and flakey after drying. This is a page about a fix for bath bombs that are hard and flakey.
Homemade Valentine's Day Bath BombsHomemade bath bombs are a fun, to make and give, gift for a friend on Valentine's day or any special occasion. This is a page about homemade Valentine's Day bath bombs.
Homemade Silky Scrub Bath SaltsThis homemade bath salt scrub is wonderful to use and makes a great gift. This is a page about silky scrub bath salts.
Eucalyptus Spearmint Bath SaltsThe combined scents of eucalyptus and spearmint can be quite refreshing, making it a good choice for homemade bath salts. This is a page about eucalyptus spearmint bath salts.
Making Mother's Day Bath SaltsThis is a page about making Mother's Day bath salts. A container of Homemade bath salts is an easy project for an older child to make as a gift for their mom.
Making a Soap SwanThis vintage craft can be a cute decoration for a bathroom. This page is about making a soap swan.
Making a Soap "Purse"This is a page about making a soap "purse". These cute soap holders shaped like little purses make great gifts.
Bath JellyEmpty the packet of gelatin into a bowl and set aside. Boil 3/4 cup of water using a saucepan or Kettle. Carefully pour the hot water into mixing bowl and mix it with the gelatin powder. Let the gelatin dissolve completely.
Washcloth Soap PouchThese neat little pouches help limit the mess of bar soap in the shower. Plus they are machine washable, making them more sanitary than a traditional loofa.
Christmas Bath SaltsI have a long Christmas list and a small budget, so I wanted to make cute personalized gifts that had a lot of bang for my buck. I have a friend that sells essential oils, so several ladies got together at her house for a crafting night to make scented bath products. I came up with this packaging idea.
Felted Gift SoapsThese felted soaps were made using store bought soaps or you may make your own soap, instructions not given in this tip though. These are oh so easy, but look oh so nice!
Eucalyptus Spearmint Bath SaltsI love this scent combination when my body is feeling tired. But buying it at the store is much too expensive. So I figured out how to make my own eucalyptus spearmint blend.
Homemade Letter SoapA very easy, cute gift that looks hard to make.
Making Bath Bombs at HomeBath bombs can be tricky little things to make, or more particularly, to get right! Here are a few common problems, issues, and tips if you're having problems attempting these creations.
Making Bath BombsI am a first time bath bomb maker and I was not able to put the mix in the molds as soon as I finished mixing the ingredients and it hardened. I was wondering if there was a way to salvage it and still be able to make bath bombs or do I need to throw it away and start over?
Making Bath BombsI am making bath bombs. What do I use to colour them? I want to use a natural product.
Making Bath SaltsCan I use vanilla flavoring to scent my bath salts instead of essential oils? I bought an almond flavor and can't smell a thing.
Bath Bombs Cracking After They've DriedI made the smaller spheres and they seemed to be perfect. I removed them from their mold after about 20 minutes and set them out to dry. The next morning they still looked perfect so I gently placed them in a ziplock bag for storage. Later that day they were cracked in the bag.
Making Bath BombsI love making bath bombs and have made quite a few batches in the past month. Just recently I noticed that when my bath bomb is fizzing, there are a lot of little yellowish-whitish lumps showing. I have no idea what they are. They look really gross like warts.
Bath Bombs Are Hard and FlakeyI'm fairly new at making bath bombs. My first batch turned out great, but since then I've had issues. Now my bombs are hard, but flakey. What is the issue? Do they need more liquid?