K.I.S.S.: Bath Sundae Favor - The Spa Party Blog

8.08.2009

K.I.S.S.: Bath Sundae Favor


bath sundae party favor Photo: SugarDoodle.net


Last month I wrote a blog post on Ice cream inspired spa party ideas care of ME! Bath and their line of Bath Ice Cream and Shower Sherbet. Today I just wanted to share an easy and cute favor that'd be perfect for ice cream themed parties, Bath Sundaes...

How To:

1. Whip up some milk bath salts by combining milk powder, epsom salt, baking soda, finely powdered oatmeal, and corn starch. Add your favorite essential or fragrance oil, and color your salts with a bit of food coloring (you can also add in some fresh herbs like dried lavender or cocoa powder for a chocolate milk bath). If you want to skip the part where you make your own bath salts, try ordering them from bulksalts.com , they make each batch fresh and allow you to choose from 150 scents and 20 colors, better still a 1 lb bag only costs $2.49 (prior to shipping).



2. Fill a sundae glass or plastic carryout drink container with a dome lid approximately 3/4 of the way full with the bath salts. The carryout containers may be tricky to get your hands on, however your local coffee/ice cream place may let you have some if you promise to include coupons to encourage your friends to purchase something there.
3. Next comes the whipped cream (aka a shower pouf).
4. Top the pouf with a red bath oil bead, these can be found at Urbane Zen or American Soap Company .

5. For the finishing touch you can insert a straw, a little wooden spoon for scooping, or even a mini wooden foot file.

6. You can create custom favor tags thanking your guests for attending and include this poem by Shirley Thomas at http://www.craftsayings.com/

This very special sundae,
will leave you feeling great.
It's chock full of good things,
even though it can't be ate.

Take it in the bath with you.
Of course don't take a sip,
cause it may look delicious,
but it's made to take a dip.

The crafter who made the sundae below, made it look edible by drizzling melt and pour soap over the top to simulate syrup. The "syrup" also serves the purpose of anchoring the pouf to the without having to use a glue gun or tape.


Photo: GoPlanetEarth

7 comments:

Patty August 10, 2009 at 11:51 PM  

Thank you so much. Your ideas are so great. I don't at all feel overwhelmed to try them. And you know it must be a good sundae bath favor because they look good enough to eat!

Hennergy Hand & Foot Spa August 11, 2009 at 1:10 AM  

If you do I'd love to see a pic, maybe your class can make them for Mother's Day.

SARAHNICOLE August 30, 2009 at 10:28 PM  

The sundae bath salts are so adorable. They look like real sundaes. I wish I had one to take a bath with. Cute blog.

Lee Koh Samui July 25, 2010 at 7:53 PM  

Wow making my mouth water, great photos also very inviting to make me wanting one of these.. ;)

Massage Therapy Schools December 10, 2010 at 3:36 PM  

They so look like sundaes, this is a great idea.

andy bell December 29, 2010 at 3:17 PM  

These would sell like hot cakes as free party planning stuff.

samiullah June 28, 2011 at 7:46 AM  

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