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There’s only two more weeks until Valentine’s Day and people everywhere are looking for the perfect gift for their spouse, family member, child’s teacher, or friend. This DIY epsom salt soak is the perfect gift to give the loved one in your life. Here’s why!
It’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the people on your to-give list. There’s your spouse, your children, other family members, friends, your child’s teacher, and the list goes on. This DIY epsom salt soak is not only cheap, but it’s a fun way to give the gift of relaxation!
Here’s what you need:
- Red Mason Jars (I found them in the dollar bin at Target)
- Dr. Teal’s Epsom Salt
- A Bag of Jute String
- Scrapbook Paper
- Heart Stickers (optional)
Valentine’s Day Gift: Epsom Salt Soak
To make this DIY gift, fill your mason jars (they don’t have to be red, just pick a jar of your choice) with two cups of epsom salt each. Put the covers on tight so they don’t spill.
Use a Cricut to die-cut a scrapbook paper shape for your tag. I had a mason jar die-cut which worked out perfectly! You can also cut out any shape you want from your scrapbook paper if you don’t have a Cricut. You could cut out a circle, heart, or any other shape to make it look cute!
Use a hole punch to make a hole for the tags, then loop it through the jute string. Tie the jute string around the jars in a pretty bow and cut off any extra string. Add a cute heart sticker or something else of your choice and voila! A cute, affordable Valentine’s Day gift for anyone.
This Valentine’s Day, treat your spouse to a relaxing epsom salt soak, or give a unique and special gift to a friend or neighbor. These DIY epsom salt soak jars are sure to be a hit with everyone on your list!
I’m Katie, and I am passionate about faith, family, special needs, and the joys of living a creative life. I believe each of us is designed uniquely and wonderfully by God, and so look forward to sharing the journey with you at wonderfully-made.net.
What about YOU? What gifts do you like to give on Valentine’s Day?