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Peppermint Bath Salt Ornament Gift Idea

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I’ve got 2 beautiful, sweet daughters.  One is 10 and the other is 13 and they LOVE to give gifts to their friends!  Anyone else have girls in that age range?  I’m not sure if it’s just a phase or it’s their personalities… but any excuse to give a gift and they are on it.  So needless to say they’ve been planning out Christmas gifts for their friends for weeks.  So I suggested they make some cute Peppermint Bath Salt Ornaments for their friends.  These are super cute… I’d love one… plus they take only a few minutes to make.

Peppermint Bath Salt Christmas Ornaments a great gift idea

Who doesn’t enjoy a soak in the tub.  One of these bath salt ornaments will give 2 relaxing soaks.


Here’s what you need:  (affiliate links for your convenience)

Peppermint Bath Salt Ornaments

Start by mixing the epsom salt, baking soda and peppermint oil.  Then take 1/2 and place in another bowl and add a drop of the red food coloring…mix and add more if needed.

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Using a funnel made filling the ornaments super easy.  I added 2-3 tablespoons of the red and then 2-3 tablespoons of the white… going back and forth until it was filled.

Peppermint Bath Salt Christmas making festive layers

Placing the ornament in ice cream dish/bowl keeps your hands free.

Peppermint Bath Salt Christmas Ornaments a great gift idea

I added a sprig of greenery and tied it all up with a red and white baker’s twine bow.

Peppermint Bath Salt Christmas Ornaments a great gift idea

A super cute gift idea!  This recipe makes enough to fill two 3 1/2″ ornaments.

Peppermint Bath Salt Christmas Ornaments a great gift idea

I’m sure their friends will love them and so will yours!

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Peppermint Bath Salt Christmas Ornaments a great gift idea

Peppermint Bath Salt Christmas Ornaments a great gift idea

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27 Comments

  1. I made these over the weekend with a group of girlfriends. Our mixture what didn’t have any food coloring added turned blue! Have anyone had this happen to them??

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  4. Love this idea ! It’s very cute and perfect for gift-giving. I am surprised to see a plastic ornament used however;
    Essential oils should always be used in glass containers… Never plastic!!

  5. Hi Maryann, this is such a clever idea! I love having simple and thoughtful gifts like this on hand for the holidays, and they would make perfect gift toppers.

    I’d love if you shared this project at our link party, Create • Share • Inspire, tonight through Sunday. I hope to see you there!

    Alicia

  6. Love the idea! I just downloaded some peppermint gift tags for free. I actually forgot where I got them, but You could google free peppermint gift tags. I printed mine out in the smallest mode I could because my gift box was very small. It gets kind of expensive for the kids to give ALL their friends a gift. My idea was to make some peppermint earrings and bracelets with paper beads. I was also able to find a small peppermint gift box template to print out. So, parents, take heart, there is still a way to treat friends and have fun, too!
    Thanks for sharing this! It will go so good with some of the peppermint themed things we have so far!

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