Craft: Mother’s Day Printable and Hand Scrub

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Mother’s Day is right around the corner and if you waited until last minute like I usually do I have you covered! I’m Kelsey from Poofy Cheeks and I am back sharing another free printable along with a DIY hand scrub you can whip up in no time. My mother-in-law likes plants and gardening so I am putting together a gardening basket for her with this scrub inside. It is great for dry hands but also for scrubbing dirty hands after being in the garden.
 
MATERIALS:
 
Printable File (found HERE)
White Cardstock
Scissors
Glue Stick
Mason Jar
Granulated Sugar
Olive Oil
Essential Oil or Fragrance Oil (optional) 
 
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INSTRUCTIONS

Step 1: Gather all of your supplies and print the Mother’s Day jar topper printable. If you don’t have a printer or are out of ink (like I usually am) have it printed at a print store for less than $1. I printed mine at Office Depot for $.75

Step 2: Use scissors to cut out the jar topper along the white guideline I added. Glue the topper onto the lid of a mason jar with a glue stick. It is as simple as that – now your jar is ready! 

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Step 3: For the sugar scrub fill your jar 2/3 of the way with granulated sugar and top it off with olive oil. Add fragrance or essential oils if you so desire. Stir just until incorporated. Put the lid on and you have the perfect Mother’s Day gift.
 
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chalkboard-printable
  
You might also like these Mother’s Day ideas:
Flower Cupcake Bouquet 7 copy
 
Chocolate Strawberry Crepes for Mother's Day
 
 


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Mom of four, Instagram addict and blogger at PoofyCheeks.com. Kelsey blogs about motherhood, crafts, recipes and printables while keeping everything within budget.

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