decorative pillow cases DIY Coconut Sugar Scrub personalized wedding gifts
When helping my mom plan my bridal shower， I knew I wanted our favors to be something simple that people could actually use. I scoured Pinterest in search of a simple， yet budget-friendly favor to make for our guests. I stumbled across an image with the saying “From Amy's Shower to Yours”， and loved the idea of creating a scrub those could people could use in their “showers”.
I then used Pinterest (this has become my go-to for DIY projects) to find simple， not too time consumingdecorative pillow cases， or too expensive scrubs. I came across a 2-ingredient Coconut Sugar Scrub from Lovin our Chaos， that just involves coconut oil and sugar. I added a bit of food coloring for an added flair， and I think the DIY Coconut Sugar Scrubs came out perfect.personalised gifts for her
I purchased 36， 4-oz. mason jars from Fillmore Container (this particular store is located near my mother’s home in Pennsylvania so I didn’t have to pay shipping fees – otherwise， I’m pretty sure Target & Wal-mart would sell them cheaper， or you could also try Amazon)， 4， 14-oz. jars of Coconut Oil (I got mine at？Harris Teeter)， and sugar (I always have an abundance of sugar in my house， so I didn't need to purchase any!). However， be sure to purchase enough sugar to measure out 16 cups of sugar.
Once I purchased all of my ingredients， I combined the coconut oil and sugar and added in blue food dye to get the exact color I wanted. This process was very simple and took us (my future mother-in-law helped) about 15 minutes to make 36 jars!
Below is the list of ingredients with a simple step-by-step process：
image via Food and Swine
I thought making a sugar scrub was going to be way more difficult than it was， but it was super simple and saved us a lot of money – Not to mention， I loved the way it looked at my bridal shower. You could even consider adding some essential oils for an added smell if you're not big on the coconut. ？？
Have you tried any DIY that turned out easier than planned？
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