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09 December 2013

Gift in a Jar ::: Ginger and Hibiscus Bath Salts

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Today I have a SUPER simple gift in a jar for you!  (Have you missed the other Mason Jar Gift posts?  Find them HERE!)  
Today's project is a Ginger and Hibiscus Bath Salt mix.  Let's dive in shall we!


The hibiscus flower is optional.  It adds beauty to the jar, a very light scent to the bath and a little pink color to the bath as well.  Alternatively, you could make this mix with the ginger, epsom salts and a little eucalyptus essential oil as a "Heal a Common Cold" mix.

Simply layer the salts and ginger with some flowers for color.  Close up the jar, add a pretty tag and you have a super last minute, fast gift for the host of the party!

Want more gifts in a jar?  Check out THIS super easy 3 ingredient - 3 minute Grapefruit sugar scrub and the even faster GRAPEFRUIT BATH SALTS!

All of these and MORE gifts in a jar coming straight to you this Christmas!

 If you liked this tutorial, then you might enjoy the BOOK!

Make your own coconut oil.
Gather your own sea salt.
Grow your own grapevines for wreaths.
Give gifts naturally grown and crafted from your backyard garden.

Each chapter focuses on a plant or groups of plants and how to grow them in your home garden.  Then, gather up those natural ingredients and get crafting! From lavender wreaths and hypertufa planters to lambsear angels and pickled tomatoes, there are projects for beginners on up!

Crafting with Nature is available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Books a MillionPOWELL's! (!!!!)  Booktopia (Australia!), IndieBoundAlibrisGlose.comThe Book Depository and Walmart.com.  Books are also rolling out to retailers and libraries, so check for them there. 
 If your library does NOT have it yet, this is why you should talk to your librarian!


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