How to Make Santa Bath Bombs

Santa Bath Bombs - Bath Bomb Tutorial

I hope you are enjoying the tutorial Christmas overload! If you are, then I have another one for you today.  Today’s tutorial is how to make Santa bath bombs.  I used the fragrances Amber, Warm Vanilla Sugar and Peppermint.  I love the scent combination but you can most definitely use your own favorite fragrance.

How to make Santa bath bombs



There are two methods I used to make Santa’s belt and I will show you both ways.   Just choose which way will be easiest for you!

Santa Bath Bombs - Bath Bomb Tutorial

Bath Bomb Recipe:
1 cup baking soda
1/2 cup fine epsom salt
1/2 cup corn starch
1/2 cup citric acid
2 1/2 tsp Sweet Almond Oil
3/4 tsp water
.50ml Amber Fragrance
.50 ml Warm Vanilla Sugar
.25ml Peppermint Essential Oil
1.25 Polysorbate 80
Red Mica

Additional Supplies:

Paint on Method
Black Oxide Pigment
Gold Mica
Rubbing Alcohol

or

Ribbon Method
7/8″ Black Glitter Ribbon
7/8″ Gold Glitter Ribbon

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How to Make Snowman Bath Bombs

How to make snowman bath bombs

In todays video tutorial I am showing you how to make snowman bath bombs. These are easy and adorable and can be gifted to any of your friends and family that enjoy a nice relaxing bath. These are scented with coconut mint and it’s the perfect scent for a snowman bath bomb. You can find the video at the bottom of this post.

How to make snowman bath bombs


Coconut Mint Bath Bomb Recipe:
1 Cup Baking Soda
1/2 Cup Fine Epsom Salt
1/2 Cup Corn Starch
1/2 Cup Citric Acid
2 1/2 tsp Sweet Almond Oil
3/4 tsp Water
1.25 ml Coconut Sweet Fragrance Oil
1 ml Peppermint Essential Oil
Iridescent Body Glitter
Witch Hazel

Additional Supplies:
Orange Mica
Black Oxide Pigment
2.5” Metal Bath Bomb Mold
Plastic Bath Bomb Molds
Plastic Droppers
Paint Brushes

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How to Make Salt Dough Ornaments

Monogram Salt Dough Ornament

In today’s video tutorial I am showing you how to make salt dough ornaments 3 different ways.  This is the perfect Christmas craft for kids.

how to make salt dough ornaments

They are really easy and cheap to make.  You can make any design that your imagination can think of and you can leave them natural or you can decorate them with paint or embellishments.

For all of the ornaments, I used the below recipe and I baked them in the oven at 200 degrees fahrenheit for 2-3 hours.  This recipe will make quite a few ornaments, so if you only want to make a few then I suggest cutting the recipe in half. You can find the video tutorial here or at the bottom of this post.

Salt Dough Recipe (Can be halved)
2 cups flour
1 cup salt
1 cup water

The first one in the video is the initial/monogram salt dough ornament.  I really love how this one turned out and I love that you can make these ornaments as personal as you want.

Monogram Salt Dough Ornament


Initial / Monogram Salt Dough Ornament
Supplies:
Salt Dough
Circle Cookie Cutter
White Acrylic Paint
Paint Brush or Foam Brush
Gold Glitter
Twine
Dowel Rod or Tooth Pick
Letter Stamp

How pretty is this snowflake salt dough ornament? It’s so simple but I love the sparkle from the silver glitter.

Snowflake salt dough ornament

Snowflake Salt Dough Ornament
Supplies:
Salt Dough
Snowflake Cookie Cutter
Silver Glitter
Mod Podge
Paint Brush
Silver Cord Ribbon
Dowel Rod or Tooth Pick

Last but not least here is the Christmas tree salt dough ornament.

Christmas Tree Salt Dough Ornament



Christmas Tree Dough Ornament
Supplies:
Salt Dough
Christmas Tree Cookie Cutter
1/4″ Double Faced Red Satin Ribbon
Red beads
Dowel Rod or Tooth Pick
Hot Glue Gun/Glue Sticks

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How to Make a Santa Claus Glitter Ornament

Santa Clause Ornament

Ho, ho, ho, Merry Christmas! Well, almost. In today’s video tutorial I am showing you how to make a Santa Claus glitter ornament. It turned out so cute and I am sure you would agree!

How to Make a Santa Claus Glitter Ornament



It is so easy, you just need a few supplies and then you will have an adorable ornament to hang on your tree or to give as a gift. Everyone loves receiving a special gift that you took the time to create and I am sure they would love this as well.

Santa Clause Ornament

Supplies:
Glass or Plastic Ornament
Red Fine Glitter
Polyurethane or Polyacrylic
7/8″ Black Glitter Ribbon
7/8″ Gold Glitter Ribbon
1/4″ Black Double Face Satin Ribbon
Hot Glue Gun & Hot Glue
Scissors

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How to Make a Unicorn Ornament

How to make unicorn ornament

My goodness this unicorn ornament is sparkly and so adorable! I’ve made a new video tutorial to show you how to make one for yourself.

Unicorn Ornament


I just love how the unicorn ornament turned out and it is really easy to make. The unicorn ornaments will make the perfect Christmas gift for any unicorn lover.  You can even personalize it by adding a name on the backside with either a paint marker or by cutting out vinyl with a craft cutter. If you want to see how I made it then you can watch below.

How to make unicorn ornament

Supplies Needed:
*Glass Ornament
*Mod Podge
*Modeling Clay (Sculpey)
*White Iridescent Glitter
*Gold Glitter
Small Paper Flowers
Black Paint Marker
Pink Felt
White Glitter Foam Sheet
Gold Cord Ribbon
Hot Glue
Funnel
Paint Brush

*Note* – After creating my glitter Santa Clause ornament, I prefer the polyurethane method to Mod Podge.

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