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It’s the last day of this relaxing Spa Party, and today’s pics are my favorite–I need a day at the spa. The beauty bar covers all the bases. Scrubs, salts, clean towels, cucumber infused water and pretty packaged soaps will have your guests wanting to stay all day long. And the whole file full of these cute party printables is finally available!

The mini glass jars for salt scrubs and the paper for wrapped soaps are from Michael’s Craft store (text weight paper or wrapping paper works best); the bottled water is from Cost Plus World Market; the bath salt tubes are from Etsy.

We’re so happy to have the one and only SHE Paperie diva Suzanne Johnson as a guest contributor this week (and she did all of the amazing graphic design for this party too). You can find her on her own blog at SHE Paperie. Photos by Nicole Hill Gerulat.





Want the perfect recipe for a relaxing afternoon at the spa? Just add manis, pedis and facials for one appointment your party guests won’t want to miss! You can even make salt scrubs ahead of time or have everyone mix up their own at the party.

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salt scrub recipe

For this spa salt scrub recipe you only need 3 simple kitchen ingredients.

Ingredients: 1 1/2 cups sea salt, 6 Tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, the juice from 3 large lemons

Directions: In a small bowl, mix the salt and olive oil together. Next, cut the lemons in half and squeeze the juice over the salt mixture. Stir all together until well blended. Scrub can be applied on hands, feet, and elbows for smooth, soft skin.

Makes 6 mini salt scrubs; store in the refrigerator for up to a week. These mini jars are from Michael’s Craft Store.

We’re so happy to have the one and only SHE Paperie diva Suzanne Johnson as a guest contributor this week (and she did all of the amazing graphic design for this party too). You can find her on her own blog at SHE Paperie. Photos by Nicole Hill Gerulat.





These snacks say it all. Turkey + veggie skewers with a cucumber ranch dip, berry smoothies, and veggie sticks are pleasing to the palette and the soul at this Spa Party. Cake anyone? Who says you can’t have birthday candles in your parfait. This healthy alternative to a traditional dessert is made with layers of yogurt, granola, and fresh fruit.

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Click here for the strawberry smoothie recipe, cone holder, and rock candy sticks. The cupcake liners are from the Martha Stewart Line.

We’re so happy to have the one and only SHE Paperie diva Suzanne Johnson as a guest contributor this week (and she did all of the amazing graphic design for this party too). You can find her on her own blog at SHE Paperie. Photos by Nicole Hill Gerulat.





A party full of manis and pedis needs some Spa Party favors that are just as soothing. You can make these cosy, comfy spa flip flops with a few simple supplies. Detailed instructions below.

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Supplies: sharp scissors, white bath towel, one pair of flip flops per guest, hot glue gun

Directions: Cut the white bath towel into strips that are the same width and length as the strap on each flip flop. Each set of flip flops will have 4 cut strips from the towel. Apply a thin line of hot glue on the flip flop then place the cut towel strip on top. Repeat with the remaining 3 strips of the towel. For the bow, cut a piece that is about 1.5” x 21” long and then tie into a bow. Glue the bow onto the center of the flip flop and trim ends if necessary.

The flip flops are from Old Navy; the white children’s robe are from Cotton Age.

We’re so happy to have the one and only SHE Paperie diva Suzanne Johnson as a guest contributor this week (and she did all of the amazing graphic design for this party too). You can find her on her own blog at SHE Paperie. Photos by Nicole Hill Gerulat.





Make an appointment to attend a fabulous SPA-aaah Party! And with spa party invitations as cute as this, your guests will be tickled pink.

Supplies: 8.5″ x 11″ white cardstock, patterned paper (2 masks fit on one sheet), glue stick, glue gun, rick rack (28″ per invite), ribbon (2 12″ pieces per invitation)

Directions: Download and print the spa mask invitations onto an 8.5″ x 11″ piece of white cardstock. Using a pen or fine tip marker, write in your own party details on the lines provided. Using a glue stick, glue the uncut spa mask print out onto the backside of a sheet of patterned paper. Cut out spa masks. Using a glue gun (a mini one works best), and starting at the nose part of the mask, begin gluing the rick rack around the entire spa mask. You will want to work in small sections, gluing about every inch or so apart, so that the rick rack stays in place. Flip the mask over to the patterned paper side and glue a strand of ribbon on the left and then on the right side. You can tie up the ends into a bow or leave hanging. Place finished spa mask into an A7 sized envelope for mailing.

I’ll be posting a whole pack of free printables that you can download for this party later this week (so stay tuned). But for now, if you’d like a custom Spa Party invitation, you can get them at Brightside Prints.

We’re so happy to have the one and only SHE Paperie diva Suzanne Johnson as a guest contributor this week (and she did all of the amazing graphic design for this party too). You can find her on her own blog at SHE Paperie. Photos by Nicole Hill Gerulat.





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