DIY floral bath salts

with bridal shower and baby shower season here and with my sister in law’s coming up later this summer, i’ve been brainstorming inexpensive DIY favor ideas that are easy to make in big batches. i teamed up with paper mart, who makes a huge variety of packaging for favors and parties for this very easy and suuuper cute favor idea. these are so easy, you can literally make a dozen of these at a time in a couple of minutes! 


*i designed the labels for a full page 8.5 x 11″ sheet, which you can easily then trim down to size


combine 1 cup epsom salt, 1 cup sea salt and ½ cup of baking soda in a large bowl. pour 20 drops of essential oils in, if you want to use. stir together, and then drop in a liberal amount of the dried florals. stir and distribute into your jars.

( this amount makes about two jars worth of soaking salts, so if you want to make in larger portions, just do one part epsom / one part sea salt / one half part baking soda. )

print out labels and cut out, carefully apply to each jar and tighten lids! i designed a variety of color options for you as well!

i really couldn’t believe how easy it was to make these and what a big visual difference it makes to throw in some dried flower petals — they’d also make fun party favors for girl parties or galentines day. PS here’s the link for the brass spoon! 

this post was in partnership WITH PAPER MART

all opinions are 100% my own

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  1. so pretty! where is your gold spoon from? <3

  2. that little gold spoon is the perfect touch to a perfect diy!!!

  3. I can’t wait to make these and gift them to everyone (including myself hehe) great post 🙂

  4. These look so luxe while being so simple! Such a great idea I could totally use as a gift. Thanks so much!

  5. Maria Miranda says:

    Marvelous photos! Beautiful ideas! Thanks a lot!

    Maria Miranda

  6. Pretty! Could you please let us know where you got that sweet gold spoon?

  7. Oh wow this looks so cute!!! Such a nice and easy Idea for a very individual present. Thank you so much for this inspiration.

    XoXo from Germany

    Neele vom Fashionblog Justafewthings.de

  8. Blythe Hill says:

    I also need to know where that spoon is from!

  9. Hi girls! You can find similar spoons (they may actually be the exact same ones Molly has) here : http://www.mlkanhny.com
    Madison is a very talented designer, check out her other work as well 😉

  10. Was checking for gift ideas for my house guests and so far I’m loving this! Adding dried petals is the bomb! It looks so pretty and luxe. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  11. Carla Brown says:

    can you please give link to the brass spoon as it is not coming up from the link you have on this page.