This simple bath salt recipe is an easy way to gift a nice DIY to your favorite person and I included a label to make it feel even more custom.
I put together a Bath salt recipe for you but also included a little label for you to make the gift extra special! Gifting bath salts is so simple but really customizable to the person you’re gifting it to. If you have a lot of people on your mind, it’s a simple gift to mass produce too.
Bath Salts Recipe
- 2 Cups epsom Salt
- 4 drops rose essential oil
- 8 drops peppermint oil
Place your salts in a container where you can easily mix them. You’re going to want to stir them up with the oils so don’t put them straight into the jar!
Include the oils of your choice and mix it up. I like to mix it up a few different times to make sure it’s very well incorporated.
Epsom salt has so many awesome benefits. Before I created these scented bath salts, I would put plain epsom salt in my bath because it can really help relieve tension and sore muscles.
Making the Bath Salt Sticker
You will need
Open up the cut file and load your black vinyl onto the standard grip mat. You’ll want it with the black side up.
Weed the vinyl after it is cut and use your transfer tape to place the sticker on the jar.
This jar was just a standard mason jar and I spray painted the lid matte black for a more polished look!
That’s it! This is part of a little series I put together for Random Acts of Kindness Day. This would be a great gift so someone you know who may be having a rough time or ‘feeling salty’ about their current situation. Or maybe you need to do something random and kind for yourself! I know I do all the time.