These adorable homemade sugar cookie sugar scrub bars are so cute, and they’re easy to make. They’re scented with sugar cookie fragrance oil, and topped with colorful holiday sprinkles, making them perfectly festive for the holiday season. With just a few supplies, you can easily make these homemade sugar scrub bars for yourself, or to gift to family and friends this holiday season.
This easy diy is perfect for beginners, and is even a project that older children can help with. Sugar scrub bars make great homemade gifts for neighbors and co-workers, and are also perfect for stuffing in holiday stockings! Follow the easy step by step tutorial below to make your own today!
DIY bath and body items are so popular right now. You know exactly what’s in them, and can adjust the recipes to suit your specific needs and wants. The sugar is a great exfoliator that’s still gentle on your skin. Don’t miss our Vanilla Cinnamon Coffee Scrub either.
DIY Sugar Cookie Sugar Scrub Bars
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These directions make three decent sized Sugar Cookie sugar scrub bars. It’s easily doubled or even tripled to make more bars at a time.
You want to make sure that your measuring cup is microwave safe, not just heat resistant. No one wants to clean up melted soap from their microwave because the measuring cup melted.
- 2 1”x1” melt and pour soap base cubes
- ½ cup sugar
- 2 tbsp grapeseed oil
- 30-40 drops Sugar Cookie fragrance oil
- Christmas tree and lights sprinkle mix
- Square soap mold
- 4 cup microwave safe measuring cup
- Wood craft stick for stirring
Add a single layer of sprinkles to 3 of the soap mold cavities.
Place soap base into measuring cup and heat in the microwave on high for 15-20 seconds, until melted.
Add sugar, grapeseed oil, and fragrance oil. Stir well. You may need to reheat for 5-10 seconds to thin the mixture out enough to pour. Be careful not to burn the mixture. You just want it pourable, and well combined.
Pour mixture into the 3 sprinkle filled soap molds.
Let set for about one hour, then remove from mold.
Store in an airtight container for up to 6 months.
See how easy these are to make? Plus, you have a great finished project that’s cute and useful? I call that a win.