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7 Homemade Holiday Spa Gifts

Who says your kitchen is just for making dinner? With a few simple ingredients, you can also create Homemade Sugar Scrubs, Bath Salts, and Soap Crayons. Here are 7 simple gifts you can stir up, whip up, and wrap up in your kitchen that will rival even the fanciest of bath and body retailers. Made by hand, all natural and organic, this may be the best thing you make on your stove all year. The only problem? Trying to save enough for yourself. These homemade spa gifts are just too much fun to give away!

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  • Kiss Gloss 1 of 7
    Kiss Gloss
    Just a few basic ingredients are all you need to stir up a pot of luscious homemade lip gloss.
    Click for the recipe from Thread Banger.
  • Sugar Scrub 2 of 7
    Sugar Scrub
    Homemade Sugar Scrub sounds haute, but it's surprisingly simple to make!
    Click for the recipe from A Little Bit Funky.
  • Easy Homemade Soap 3 of 7
    Easy Homemade Soap
    A fresh bar of soap smells even better when it's stirred up with love in your kitchen!
    Click for the recipe from Pea Soup of the Day.
  • Homemade Bath Salts 4 of 7
    Homemade Bath Salts
    These lavender Homemade Bath Salts are as splendid to look at as they are to make!
    Click for the recipe from Diary of A Vegan.
  • Lovely Lotion 5 of 7
    Lovely Lotion
    A jar of moisturizing Homemade Hand Cream is a simple, natural gift that everyone will appreciate.
    Click for the recipe from A Sonoma Garden.
  • Make Your Own Bath Bombs 6 of 7
    Make Your Own Bath Bombs
    Homemade Bath Bombs are surprisingly easy to make, and soo fun to share!
    Click for the recipe from Planet Green.
  • Homemade Soap Crayons 7 of 7
    Homemade Soap Crayons
    Turn bathtime into an art project with these colorful Soap Crayons!
    Click for the recipe fromCreate-Celebrate-Explore.

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