DIY Lavender Bath Soak in a Jar

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It’s the end of the school year and the beginning of summer! Treat your child’s teacher(s) or a friend to a relaxing summer with these fun DIY lavender bath soak jars. They are sure to be a hit for the beautiful woman in your life!

All-Natural DIY Lavender Bath Soak in a Jar

Lavender Bath Soak

I decided to make these cute little jars for my son’s teachers as an end of the school year gift. I dropped them off today and I’m so excited to hear what they think of them.

I originally came up with the idea when I saw these glass jars in the $1.00 section at Target. They are like mason jars, but a bit smaller and oh-so-cute! After purchasing them, I went on Pinterest to get inspired on what to put in them. I decided that it would be nice to do bath salts, because what woman doesn’t like a relaxing bath right?

A good friend of mine recently opened a spa, and I happened to go by and tell her about my idea and she let me use some of the bath products she had which was SO nice! Her spa is full of mostly all-natural products and she has some top-of-the-line ingredients! After I put together each jar I also included a little gift card to the spa for a pedicure. I hope my son’s teachers really enjoy it.

Want to make these lavender bath soak jars yourself? Here’s how!


How to Make:

1.  Pour your epsom salt into a large bowl. Add the lavender essential oil and stir together.

2. Take a small amount of the epsom salt and separate it into another bowl. Pour the purple mica in. The more mica, the darker the color be so add and stir, and then add in more and stir again if you want more color.

3. Line up your jars, and pour in a small layer of the white epsom salt in each. Next, add a small layer of your purple salt, followed by a bit of the lavender flowers.

4. Continue repeating the layers until your jar is almost full, but leave enough room for the bath bombs.

5. Slice the bath bombs up and layer them on top of the epsom salt until each jar is full. Put the cover on tightly, and remember not to shake it or the layers will get messed up.

What do YOU think? Would you give these jars as a gift to someone?

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