Bath Bombs and Soap Holders with Font
Who is ready to relax? This set is designed to keep you squeeky clean, and oh so relaxed...
Get rid of stress and dry skin, all the while, have a few minutes of "Me" time...
Each set included:
3 sizes of Bath Bombs
One for a 1/2 cup of Bath Salt, and one for 1 Cup of Bath Salt. and a smaller one for the 4x4 hoop
(See ingredients ideas below, recipes included)
3 sizes of Soap Holders for bars of soap
Kids love these!! Just slide soap in the holder
Upper and Lowercase 1" Bath Bomb Font
So you can monogram, or spell out a name. See alphabet below. (Jack font not included)
Picture tutorial with recipes for all kinds of Bath Tea, Milk Baths, Oatmeal Soaks and more included
All Designs will fit a 4x6 hoop or bigger. I am also including a 4x4 soap holder and bath bomb for those of you that need that size.
I made a bunch of the 1/2 cup size, in one hooping and filled apothecary jars to sit in the bathrooms. Sews out quick, and I love the way it looks, see pictures.
These make great gifts for Teachers, Mom's, Grandma's, and Friends.
They are inexpensive to make.
You can get everything you need at Walmart, Target, or the grocery store.
Add some things from your garden. Dried rose petals, lavender, the sky is the limit!! Now let's get soaking!!
Just fill the bath bombs, and whip stitch closed. You can wash and re-use.
Great for Adults
Great for kids
Here are a few things you can use in your recipes for your Bath Tea.
More Recipes included in the Instructions
Milk Bath- Powdered Milk-- Cleopatra was famed the world over for her perfect complexion and silky skin. She attributed her assets to baths in milk. Unbeknownst to this radiant royal, the lactic acid in the milk was exfoliating her skin while the lipids and proteins found in milk were softening and strengthening her skin as she soaked.
Salts – Epsom and sea salts help detoxify skin. If you tend to have oily skin, or your feet always seem too “hard”, adding salts to your bath will surely help take care of the problem. Helps to soften dry skin.
Oatmeal- Good for Diaper Rashes, Dry Skin, Poison Ivy, Chicken Pox, Insect bites, Wind Burn, Sunburn, and Shingles – Grind in a coffee grinder or a food processor until it is a fine powder before adding to your mix.
Lavender- Relaxes and soothes. It is also anti-viral, anti-fungal, disinfectant, anti- inflammatory, speeds healing, prevents and reduces scarring, relaxes brain waves, reduces stress, anti-depressant, circulatory stimulant, mild sedative, insomnia aid, and supports the immune system.
Baking soda - Helps soften your water, and is great for rashes, sunburns and itchy skin. It acts as a mild skin cleanser, and softens your skin.
Cornstarch- Soothes itchy skin, helps with rashes, will also softens the skin.
If you are in a hurry, and want to get them done, you can alway use store bought bath beads.