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DIY Wash Cloth Flower Bouquet And Softsoap Fresh & Glow Body Wash!
Spring has arrived here in Colorado. I am so excited to see the flowers bloom and the buds on the trees. With spring comes the warm weather and guests visiting my home. I love when my family comes by to visit. I also love coming up with cute ideas to make my home feel like a home to those who are staying here. This past week I got a call from both of my brothers asking me if they could stay at my house this weekend. They are both coming to visit for my Mom’s birthday and while they are here I want to make sure that everything is perfect for them. That is why I decided to make this cute Wash Cloth Flower Bouquet for them so that they can grab a new wash cloth each time they need one. I also paired this flower bouquet with some great Softsoap Fresh & Glow Body Washes that I picked up at Walmart. This body wash has been my “go-to” body wash recently because it helps hydrate my skin. It has been so dry here in Colorado! Thanks to #CollectiveBias and #FreshAndGlow I no longer have dry skin and neither will my guests!
So why Softsoap Fresh & Glow Body Wash? Because they contain 100% real extracts that have been proven to moisturize and/or exfoliate (depending on which you purchase!) You can purchase Softsoap Fresh & Glow Exfoliating Fruit Polish Body Wash and/or Softsoap Fresh & Glow Hydrating Shower Cream Body Wash.
7-10 wash cloths
1 hand towel
2 ribbons ( if not already included on your wash cloth bundles)
Softsoap Fresh & Glow Exfoliating Fruit Polish Body Wash and/or Fresh & Glow Hydrating Shower Cream Body Wash
1. Fold wash cloth in half.
2. Start to roll wash cloth.
3. When you roll the wash cloth to the middle start to roll the flower lower and lower to give it a layer look.
4. Take a piece of ribbon (about 2 foot long) and tie it around the wash cloth loosely so that your guest can easily pull it out when they need it.
5. loop the ribbon around each “flower” you make.
6. Keep making “flowers” and wrapping the ribbon around each one until you have the amount you need. I made 7 in my bouquet.
7. Lay the “flowers” on the corner of a hand towel.
8. Wrap the hand towel around the “flowers” as tightly as you can.
9. Tie a foot long ribbon around the flower bouquet. Then your done! I lay this bouquet with the Softsoap Fresh & Glow Body Wash on the back of the toilet and my guests can pull out a wash cloth each time they need one.