Loading... Please wait...


Project: Fairy Fluff

The harsh winter weather can often cause skin to get dry, flaky, and even cracked.  In 3 easy steps this whimsical sugar scrub using Stephenson Foaming Bath Butter will help keep your skin looking fresh and feeling soft all winter long!





                                                                  Get your supplies and whip up some magic!


Supplies Needed:



Step 1:  First things first!  Weigh your ingredients.

  • Using the straight soap cutter, cut the foaming bath butter soap base into cubes.
  • Place the mix and pour funnel pitcher on the scale and tare/zero out the weight.
  • Weigh 16 ounces of cubed soap base and place to the side.
  • Using the same tare/zero method weigh the granulated sugar and the coconut oil into two small bowls and set aside.







Step 2:  This is the easy part!  Put it all together.

  • Add the foaming bath butter to the mixing bowl followed by the coconut oil and sugar.
  • Next add 1 ounce Snow Fairy fragrance oil.
  • Lastly add 1-2 drops of the liquid soap dye of your choice (we used Magenta).





Step 3:  Now the magic happens!  Mix it.

  • Using the hand mixer begin mixing the ingredients on medium speed.
  • Periodically as you mix scrape the sides of the bowl with the silicone spatula to make sure all the ingredients are mixing well.
  • Continue mixing as the bath butter begins to fluff.
  • Once your mixture is a nice fluffy consistency like cake icing and blends smoothly it is ready to use.






You can store this sugar scrub in the container(s) of your choice.  To give this project a little extra flair we used a piping bag with a large tip to pipe the sugar scrub into our 4 oz Jelly Jars and covered with the Pewter Jelly Jar Lids.



                                         Comment below with how you made this project your own!



View Comments

How To: Making Pillar Candles

Whether it is a room adorned with a hundred flickering flames for a special ceremony or a few small lights adding a cozy glow to a table of gathered friends and family, nothing creates atmosphere quite like candle light!Pillar candles can be a versatile and functional piece of art creating dramatic flare or adding a [...]

Read More »

Project: Wax Crumbles

Bring the outdoors inside with these fall scented Wax Crumbles in 6 easy steps!                                                   Get your supplies an let's go! Supplies Needed: 16 oz. Naturewax Elite 300 Pillar Wax0.8 oz. Fragrance Oil (we used Leaves)1 oz. [...]

Read More »

Project: Kaleido-"soap"

We are often influenced by fond childhood memories. This project was inspired by a once very popular toy, the Kaleidoscope! When we began testing our new Liquid Soap Dyes the colors were so vibrant just like that toy so long ago and thus the inspiration for this fun project!              [...]

Read More »

How to Make a Wooden Wick Candle

Making candles with wooden candle wicks can be a lot of fun and can make your candles unique and different. This tutorial will show you how to make a candle using a wooden wick candle. For this illustration, we will be using the supplies listed below: 5 oz. of Golden Brands 464 Soy Wax (pre-weighed before [...]

Read More »

Commonly Asked Question: Why Is My Candle Burning Out?

There can be a couple of reasons for this. If the wick used is too small for the container, it will not be big enough to “pull” the mixture of ingredients (wax and fragrance/dye/additives) up the wick to create proper combustion. This will be noticeable because the burn pool will not reach the edges even after several hours and [...]

Read More »

Project: Summer Lemonade Swirl Soap

 A fun, swirly summertime soap that will be so scrumptious you'll have to make enough for everyone you know! Using our refreshing Watermelon Lemonade Fragrance Oil and our rich, delightful Stonefruit Fragrance Oil you'll enjoy layers of summertime scents. Our Gel Colors are perfect for a quick and easy melt and pour soap recipe. Soap making has never been [...]

Read More »

What Does Fragrance Load Mean?

This refers to how much fragrance a particular wax can hold.  If you use more than the recommended amount, you will find that the fragrance oil can separate itself from the wax and “seep” out creating oily spots. It can also create undesirable burning characteristics. **Be sure to reference the particular wax blend that you are [...]

Read More »