Lavender Bath Salts:
1 cup salt, (Epsom, variety of sea salts)
5-10 drops of essential lavender oil
¼ cup lavender buds
Purple soap colorant
2-3 bud clusters
Place salts in bowl, oil, buds and small amount of colorant. Stir till evenly distributed. Cover and let sit for 3 days, stir occasionally. Pour into glass container; add a few sprigs of blossoms and a purple ribbon. Soak in an amazing bath for 20 minutes and feel completely recharged.
*sea salt & Epson salt are natural exfoliates, add to your favorite bath gel and wash away dry skin.
Lavender Bath Wands:
11-13 fresh lavender spikes
Very fine yarn, 6”
Take an odd amount of lavender spikes, place buds at same height and tie off with yarn. Bend stems backwards over buds. Insert ribbon and begin weaving. Over, under keeping ribbon tight. Once the buds are completely covered tie off ribbon. Secure bottom of the wands, let dry for a week. Draw a warm bath, wave your wand trough your bath and enjoy the relaxing fumes of Lavender.
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