Sunday, December 7, 2008

Take Time to Relax

It's that busy time of year, so I thought I'd post something I created for Emma's. This is a set that would make a wonderful teacher or friendship gift. I love bath salts, salt scrubs and all kinds of shower gels. So, I thought it would be fun to try and make one. Here is a little set that I created using a recipe I found.

Spa Sea Salt Scrub Recipe (

2 Cups Sea Salt
1 1/3 Cups Aloe Vera Baby Oil or Soya Oil
8 Vitamin E Capsules
2 Tablespoons Honey

1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix well; spoon in jar.
2. Add a bit to your hand or a bath mitt and rub all over.
3. Rinse off well.

I halved the recipe and still had a bit left over. Also, I added some Castile soap to make it into a foaming scrub. You can cut down on the baby oil if you do this. To make your own scent, use the soybean oil and add a few drops of essential oils. Play around with it to find the consistency you like. Tie a bath 'pouf' to the top of the jar and place in the gift bag.

I used mostly Crate Paper papers and die cuts.

So, create this fun treat for yourself or for someone else.
And take some time to relax this holiday season!


Laura Davis said...

Oh I love the new look to your blog! Very festive:)
Your new creations are stunning!

DonnaMundinger said...

What a lovely idea! I could use this myself. Love the way you decorated it. D

Julie O. said...

Gorgeous creations! What a wonderful gift!

Amber said...

What a great idea. I will definitely have to whip up a spa kit for one of my good friends, would be a perfect gift for her!

Kimberly said...

Gosh, I wish I had time to put this recipe together. How fun! You adorned it beautifully!

Danielle said...

My gosh, I love that jar! And your ornaments from the previous! Love it all. Drool!

Char said...

I love your blog!! Very cute!! Char

Linda Beeson said...

What an amazing creation! LOVE the papers.

Staci said...

Oooh, such a cute idea Anabelle! I love the colors you used, too - perfect!

Leslie Ashe said...

how BEAUTIFUL!!!!! i love this idea!! :D