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Love these old silver spoons and had fun stamping them with just the right words. http://eclecticallyvintage.com/2012/03/passing-on-some-fab-diy-vintage-gifts/  Bath Salt Recipe:  6 parts coarse sea or kosher salt (I used kosher), 3 parts epsom salts, 1 part baking soda, drops of essential oil til you get desired scent (I used lavender), food coloring (optional – I used green because that’s what I had on hand).  Mix to combine in a big bowl.

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Bath Salt Recipe: 6 parts coarse sea or kosher salt (I used kosher), 3 parts epsom salts, 1 part baking soda, drops of essential oil til you get desired scent.

If you've spent all holiday break mastering the art of homemade bath salts, then hold tight: there's more fizz on the way with these 10 DIY bath bomb recipes. That's right, you don't just have to ogle them on the counters of Lush any longer, with just a handful of ingredients—baking soda and citric acid for fizz, and our favorite Epsom salts and essential oils for bulk, body, and balance—you can make these beauties right at home. Disclosure: they are more complex to create tha...

Fortune Cookie Bath Bombs: Hold the phone—fortune cookie-shaped bath bombs? You should obviously store these suckers in take-away boxes ;) (via Instructables)

DIY Christmas Shower Jellies. To bring that Christmas feeling a little earlier to our house this year I decided to make DIY Christmas Shower Jellies. This way every time I shower happiness will fill my mind. If you don’t know what shower jellies are think Jello that’s really soap. Soft, smooth, and oh so jiggly. They are really easy to make too!

DIY Christmas Shower Jellies

Homemade shower jellies that smell like peppermint. Reminisce about Christmas every time you wash your hands or take a shower!

DIY Make Sugar Scrub Cubes

DIY Sugar Cube Scrub: Easy to make w/a few ingredients. These make a wonderful gift in a spa-themed basket or give a cellophane bag full tied w/a pretty ribbon as a Valentine treat for your girlfriends. Can even use a heart mold.

DIY bath fizzies - a great gift for someone special!

Bath Fizzies in a Jar

Bath Fizzies cup citric acid 1 cup baking soda cup cornstarch cup organic cane sugar About 6 drops food coloring 10 to 15 drops essential oil(s) Special equipment: travel-size spray bottle, plastic pipette, silicone ice-cube tray, storage jars

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Learn how to easily make your own Bath Bombs!

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