Glitter can be a fun addition to most crafts, but many people take it to the extreme. In fact, many crafty people hesitate to use glitter because it might be perceived as too tacky. However, there are some crafts that let the glitter run wild without it being embarrassing. Watches, mugs, candles, sunglasses, and other items can get a little bit more of a pop when glitter is applied. For a full list of suggestions and glitter how-to’s, click here:: 10 Glitter Crafts that Aren’t Cheesy
Add little bit of creativity and design to your coffee mug by doubling it up as a chalkboard. Draw pictures, make notes, write phrases, etc. with chalk by adding some porcelain chalkboard paint onto the outside of it. For a full how-to with pics, click here:: DIY: Chalkboard Mug
Time to take your normal, drab white coffee mugs and spruce them up with spray paint! Using metallic paint, paper templates, and masking tape, you can take an ordinary mug and add your own personal design on the side. You can make animals, crosses, or whatever your imagination wishes to drink out of. For a more detailed tutorial on customizing coffee mugs, click here:: Spray Painted Coffee Mugs
Offer your craft shop customers a gift of the outdoors with a homemade spray infused with fir and rosemary scent. It is a great way to deodorize the living room and any area that needs freshening up. It also makes a great stocking stuffer for last-minute holiday shoppers. Get a full recipe here:: Rosemary & Fir Tree Room Spray Recipe
A peppermint bath bomb would make the perfect holiday gift this year, and is fun and easy to DIY at home! All you’ll need is Epsom salt, baking soda, citric acid, arrowroot powder, shea butter, cocoa butter, sweet almond oil, and peppermint fragrance oil. If you don’t like peppermint, you can swap it out for any other delicious scent!
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Do you know someone who made the naughty list this year? FIll their stocking with a lump of DIY coal soap as a gag gift, although they’ll probably enjoy this type of coal! It’s made with real charcoal and combines clear and white melt and pour soap base for natural color changes. You can sprinkle a pinch of 24K gold sparkle mica for extra effects, and add fragrance oil of your choice!
Read the full story here :: Santa’s Lump of Coal Soap Recipe
Adding the soothing, hydrating benefits of aloe lotion base to make a creamy yet firm bar can be a bit tricky, but this tutorial gives you easy “how to” steps to follow. The key is to heat the lotion before mixing it into the melt and pour, otherwise the lotion and melt and pour may separate. This recipe uses a delicious Cream Cheese Frosting Fragrance Oil, and uses an Emerald Green LabColor for a festive and cheery holiday look.
Read the full story here :: 12 Days of Christmas: Lotion Melt and Pour Cubes
Cozying up inside during the winter is a must when temperatures drop, and what better way to do it than with a beautifully scented DIY candle. This ombre winter gardenia candle is layered with notes of peppermint, gardenia, lily, and jasmine, that’s perfect for the holiday season, and easy to make with these 7 easy DIY steps.
This recipe for a peppermint salt scrub can be used all over your body, but is especially good for a holiday pedicure treat! You can make it using a microwave however for best results, use a double boiler. All you’ll need is some shea and aloe butter, coconut oil, dead sea salt, epsom salt, peppermint essential oil, and polysorbate!
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If you love the sweet, minty flavor of Andes candies, you’ll love these chocolate mint soap bars. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to make layers of melt and pour scented with Moroccan Mint and Dark Rich Chocolate Fragrance Oils to create delicious smelling and looking guest-sized soap. They make great gifts for the holidays or as a novelty soap in the guest bathroom!
Read the full story here :: 12 Days of Christmas: Chocolate Mint Melt and Pour Squares