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Quick Gift: Coconut Lavender Sugar Scrub

 It was 1am Thanksgiving Day when I realized I didn’t have a hostess gift to give for dinner that night. So I panicked. Then I had an idea. Then I searched around the house to see if I could make the idea a reality. And then I threw this coconut lavender scrub together and went to bed a happy girl.

You can do this too! If only for yourself…it smells DIVINE and will leave your skin silky smooth and impressively moisturized. Add a strip of scrapbook paper, a bit of twine and a sprig of lavender (or rosemary) from your herb garden and you’ve got a fancy looking gift any lady would love.

 Supplies:

  • 2 cups sugar
  • 1 cup coconut oil, melted
  • 20-30 drops lavender essential oil
  • 1/4 cup dried lavender (use lavender tea bags if you don’t have dried lavender)
  • glass jar/container (this is a perfect mason jar gift, or find a unique glass container at the thrift store!)

 Mix all ingredients together and spoon into jar/container. Swap out lavender oil for another essential oil that you love, the recipe stays the same! Add a strip of scrapbook paper, some ribbon or bakers twine and a little tag or sprig of lavender or rosemary. This makes a great hostess gift or Christmas gift!

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6 Responses to Quick Gift: Coconut Lavender Sugar Scrub

  1. katie says:

    Oh I love this idea. I’m looking for inexpensive gifts to give to a few ladies–I think I might have to make this!!!

  2. Tina says:

    I’m making a spa kit for my bridesmaids gifts and this will be a perfect addition. Thank you for this idea.

  3. Breanna says:

    you’re so welcome Tina!

  4. Julie Plocher says:

    Where did you get the jars with spoons?

  5. Linda says:

    I found jars with little wooden spoons at Hobby Lobby.

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