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Snowman Bath Salt Ornament

I know that it has been snowing in some parts of the country and you may just be sick of it already. I know that we are where we live. However if you are looking for the perfect holiday gift that is frugal, homemade, and downright charming, this snowman bath salt ornament is it. Using just a few supplies from your local dollar store, you can create a snowman bath salt ornament just like the one you see here. Take a peek below at how you can get started!

Supplies needed:

Clear ornament
White bath salts
Orange craft paper or craft foam
Pair of googly eyes
Black marker
Hot glue, glue gun
Scissors Ribbon

As mentioned, we found everything we used here at our local dollar store. It is the perfect place to find the supplies you need for this project for less.


1. Begin by creating the face on your snowman. Start by gluing on the pair of googly eyes. Just add a dab of glue and press into place.

2. Snip a small triangle out of your orange craft foam or paper. Press it to the center of the ornament to look like a carrot nose.

3. Using your black marker, make dots on the bottom of the ornament for a mouth.

4. Now, fill the ornament up with white bath salts. Fill all the way to the top so the head now looks like snow.

5. Replace the lid of the ornament and add a length of ribbon for hanging. Just thread through and tie into a bow.

Your snowman bath salt ornament is now ready to be gifted or displayed. It makes a cute and practical ornament, and to use it simply pop off the top and pour the contents into the bath. Recipients can even use the ornament after it is empty. Suggest that they fill it with a few dabs of white paint and shake or add white crafting pom poms.

Gather your supplies and give this fun and frugal snowman bath salt ornament a try. It is a great way to gift for less this holiday season!

Annmarie John
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  1. What a cute idea! I love how easy it is to make :-)

  2. Cute! You could make these as minis, too, and use them as gift tags! I love it.

  3. No snow yet, but I figure it is coming soon, but still judging by the way my girls do love snow and snowmen, am going to try this ornament with them. Thanks!! :)

  4. Now that is an awesome idea! So cute and easy and practical!

  5. What a clever idea! I love using every day items in a creative DIY that's easy enough for the kids to do.

  6. Cute idea! Love Wendy's idea above of making mini ones. The tinier, the better.. they would be ultra cute.

  7. I'm digging this snowman. These are so simple to make I love it.

  8. What a cute and simple idea! Definitely would be perfect for gifting.

  9. That turned out really cute. These glass balls are so versatile!

  10. This is such a cute idea! I love how easy it is for kids to help!

  11. That is such a cute idea. I think we might try doing a DIY ornament next year.

  12. Well that turned out cute as can be. I like snowmen, and this would be fun for the Boy Scout troop to make at the Christmas party!

  13. This would even be a great gift. You just gave me such a great idea.

  14. This is such a cute DIY project. It is nice when you can make treasured items like this and keep them forever.

  15. What a sweet gift idea. And so simple to make too :)

  16. That is such a cute idea, Real crafty and useful.

  17. This is a wonderful hift idea for the holiday. Imagine all the relaxing baths Moms will need after all that preparation and celebration. :-)

  18. What a fun and functional gift! Love the idea!

  19. Scarlet would love to make one for Cassidy! He loves bath salts. We don't have a big enough bathtub for him, though! So sad. It's still a great gift.

  20. Christina StrappApril 6, 2015 at 1:08 AM

    I love this, it is so cute. This would be a great project for my daughter and I.


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