The Partiologist: Candy Corn - Sugar Scrub!

Candy Corn - Sugar Scrub!

Okay, really, you have to stay with me on this one.  It is so simple your five year old could make it!  It's a recipe for Sugar Scrub that I turned into a Candy Corn Sugar Scrub!  Great little gift or party favor!

CANDY CORN SUGAR SCRUB
 

Start out with two simple ingredients~
Sugar and Oil.  And you can add a little fragrance, so your recipient won't smell like canola.  I thought a citrus essential oil would be perfect.  Mix it together and divide into three little bowls~
Add some yellow food color to one bowl and orange food color to another.  Keep white, well, white.
Mix them up~
Then layer in cute little jar~
Candy Corn Sugar Scrub Recipe 

2 Cups Sugar
1 Cup Canola Oil

Mix together and add 1 tsp. essential oil

See, I told you it was simple!!!
 
Now, I just hope we all don't turn orange and yellow while using it!!
 

14 comments :

  1. Seriously, how do you come up with all of these ideas? This one is my new favorite!

    Thanks, nana

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  2. These are soooooo cute! Once again you have come up with a darling idea! And one I don't have to bake so I won't ruin it! Thanks!

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  3. LOVE it! Oh my goodness, you are so creative and clever. I'm picturing all kinds of fun color combinations for the holidays!

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  4. I love this idea...I think it will turn us colors though, so someone try it and let us know!!

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  5. Wow ! What a fabulous idea - I love it! Wondering where you get the citrus fragrance from?

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  6. you can buy really awesome fragrances from www.sweetcakes.com--- they are made for bath products. Also,soap colors wont turn your skin colors. :) this is a sweet idea.. love it!

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  7. Anonymous - you are brilliant - soap color - now why didn't I think of that!!! Probably because I haven't made any soap....YET! And sweetcakes is a wonderful site!!! Thanks!

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  8. I wonder if you could use a bit of vanilla to add scent? It might change the color but it could be worth a try...

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    1. If you don't want to change the color, maybe try clear vanilla? And I didn't change color from the food dye! :)

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  9. I.AM.OBSESSED.WITH.THIS!!!!!!
    I've always made my own coconut sugar scrub.....but this takes it to a whole new Halloween level! I'm so pinning this!

    XOXO
    Kelly at Smart! School {House}
    http://www.facebook.com/SmartSchoolHouse

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  10. is there a specific type of sugar that works best?

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  11. Great little treat! Do the colors run in the jar? Wondering how far in advance these can be made:)

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    1. It's been awhile since I made them so I don't remember how long I left it out before using. I remember that the colors did not run together though.

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