Thursday, 7 June 2012

Lazy Crafternoons - Bath Bomb Workshop

My name is Lou and I have a little blog called Littlegreenshed.
I am guest posting here today as Lori is off on holiday at the moment.

Last night I attended Chris at Lazy Crafternoon's first workshop here at Tenderfoot.
We were shown through to the lovely bunting festooned parlour to be greeted by Chris and his suitcase full of wonderfully smelling oils.
I have used bath bombs, body scrubs and face masks in the past but had never thought of making them myself.
Chris talked us through the process step by step. Soon we all had a small bowl filled with essential oils, food colouring & Bi-carbonate of soda. The smell was delicious.
Once we had achieved the right texture we pressed the mixture into cupcake cases to mould the bombs.
Then the prettying started.  Icing our little 'cakes' and strewing dried flowers.
So pretty and good enough to eat!
Half time... we were treated to cups of tea and scrummy cakes and a good old chat.
Then onto Salt body scrubs and clay masks.
A thoroughly entertaining and sweet smelling evening.
Chris know's his stuff and talked us through the pro's and con's of different ingredients to suit our skin types.
We all left with our newly made goodies under our arm, all desperate to have a bath.

Chris' next workshop is on Saturday 7th July 1.00 - 3.00pm.
For more information please contact either Chris at or call Helen or Lori at Tenderfoot.

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