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Saturday, October 23, 2010

Sugar & Salt Scrubs

When I'm not stamping I can be found doing some other craft! Today I am taking the day off from stamping and the task is to finish up the Sugar & Salt scrubs I started. It was great to get them done. My favorite ones are those in the glass jars. I LOVE the scoop that goes with it!

These were very easy to make and my workroom smelled SO lovely!

I love this stuff too! It exfoliates and leaves your skin feeling SO soft. And that wonderful fragrance doesn't hurt either!

I am making these for the upcoming craft fair at Epiphany church on the 6th of November. Man is that date ever rolling around fast! I don't have a lot of stuff for the craft fair but I think I have enough to keep us busy for the day. Us meaning my older sister and me.

I will be devoting an entire day to clay. I have several ornaments I want to make for the craft fair. I'm SO glad I have one day this weekend that is free. I'll share with you the clay items I make. I'm probably only going to make 6 of each so I can get a bigger variety of items. Clay ornaments are usually a good seller so a variety would be great!
Edited on 10-28-10: I had a lot of email requests for the recipe. Click here to get the recipe for these fun Suar & Salt scrubs!
Thank you SO much for visiting today and have a GREAT day!


BonnieL said...

I'll see you at Epiphany! Have you sold there in the past?

Mary said...

Wanda, where did you find your recipe for your rubs at, they look really cute!

lee r said...

have a good friend who would love those and her birthday is coming up would you mind sharing your recipe.

Dawn Reid said...

Wanda, would you mind sharing your recipe for the sugar and salt scrubs? What a wonderful idea? Got any ideas for men type gifts? I am doing my first craft show. Its a holiday shoppe at a school for the kids to shop for their family's.

love your website. I check it almost daily to see what your up to next...
Dawn Reid

Judy H. said...

Hey Wanda, love the look of these rubs! Care to share the recipe? Tx. Judy