May 6th, 2013

Bless Your Sweet Hands: Lemon Sugar Hand Scrub and {free} Printable Tags

Chalkboard hands, Helping hands, Dry-Your-Tear hands.  Hands that clap, Hands that guide, Hands that hold your hands.

All those sweet hands that influence our lives are in for a treat.  A Lemon Sugar Hand Scrub is the perfect way to say thanks – to moms, grandmothers, teachers, or anyone you want to do something special for.

This sweet scrub is easy to make, just sugar, coconut oil, lemon zest and a little lemon oil.  So simple, but it will leave your hands feeling smooth and wonderful!  We’ve created a label for the scrub, plus a couple notes to add to your packaging.

Lemon Sugar Hand Scrub Recipe

Ingredients

2 cups sugar

1/3 cup coconut oil

lemon zest (about 1/2 of a lemon)

several drops lemon essential oil (you could you lemon extract)

Directions

Heat the coconut oil in the microwave until soft, but not melted (10-15 seconds).  Add the coconut oil to the sugar and work it in until completely combined and crumbly.   Add the lemon zest and lemon oil.

Package in cute well-sealed containers such as jars or tins.

Download links updated 4/14

Download the Lemon Sugar Hand Scrub Labels Here

Download the Bless your Sweet Hands for Helping Shape My World Tag Here

Download the Bless your Sweet Hands Tag Here

 

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9 Responses to “Bless Your Sweet Hands: Lemon Sugar Hand Scrub and {free} Printable Tags”

  1. I absolutely love this!! Making it for teacher gifts!! Thanks so much.

  2. This is perfect for all the teachers at our school. Been looking for inexpensive gift. I love the “sweet hands” tag! THANKS!

  3. Love it. Love it. Just perfect. Thanks.

  4. Cute gift idea! Thanks for sharing at Sweet & Savory Saturdays #11.

    ~Amber @ Dessert Now, Dinner Later!
    http://dessertnowdinnerlater.blogspot.com/

  5. I’ve tried these before and they’re wonderful! I love using coconut oil on my skin… it’s smoothing and soaks in rather well.

  6. I plan on making this but how long does it keep for?

  7. Beccylou – As long as you keep it in an air-tight container it will last several weeks! You’ll love the smell every time you open the jar!

  8. Thanks!

  9. I would love to use these labels for my kid’s teacher gift but for some reason I can’t download the file. Its sending me to dropbox but it says it can’t establish a connection. Is there any other way to download them?

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