Big or small, a bathroom should be a place where you can relax and unwind. Create some Aleene's Mixed Media Pamper Jars and use them to store bath oils or salts. Use unexpected materials and construct your own mixed media art.
Create this DIY frame. It can be used for you baby's first bath. Paint it the way you want and write whatever you want. It's quick and easy and it'll hold a great memory.
Etching glass was originally done by sandblasting, but today we have an easier and less forceful way to decorate glass. Follow this glass etching tutorial from Maria Nerius.
Crochet a bath mitt with animal features, including floppy ears, for bath time fun. Wash and entertain baby with this soft crochet bath buddy.
Make bath time a blast with these bath puppet crochet patterns. Create a frog or whale for any child to play with in the bath.
Spa-quality bath mitts are easy to knit and are luxurious additions to any shower or tub. Knit a couple for a spa-themed gift basket with soaps and/or bath salts.
Its easy to dress up inexpensive plastic bath accessories to look like those from expensive specialty stores.
This DIY soap dispenser is a very easy Halloween upcycle project. Best of all, you can label this Batty Halloween Soap Pump with any "ingredients" you want. Find your favorite Halloween papers and create a fun and memorable craft for the bathroom or kitchen. Be creative with your embellishments and with your label. Nothing is off limits with this DIY soap pump. What's in this "soap" of yours? Use fun phrases like "eye of newt" or "toe of frog" to bring this Batty Halloween Soap Pump to life.
Use inexpensive pony beads to create a beaded design on a clear trash can. Berta uses an under-sea design to create a themed bucket for the bath.
For a beautiful, homemade craft you'll love hanging in your home, create the blessings hand towel from Amy Huntley. It's personally embroidered so it will always make a special keepsake or gift, perfect for Thanksgiving.