Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Bath Tea recipe and video


Hi Kin Community viewers and Soapyfans!  Thanks for coming to my blog!  Here is the latest tutorial video from Kin Community, where I show how to make simple and pretty Bath Tea Bags.  Below the video is the full tutorial and links to the resources.  I hope you enjoy it!


Bath Tea

All supplies can be found at www.brambleberry.com:
Epsom salt
Oatmeal
essential oil
Assorted dried, untreated flowers such as chamomile, lavender, calendula, or rose petals.
big bowl for mixing

In a large bowl mix 1/4 cup Epsom salt and 1/2 cup oatmeal.  Add 10 to 15 drops of essential oil.  Mix well.
Now add 1 cup of combined dried flowers.  Mix well.

Fill tea bags ½ way (flowers will expand when wet) and seal open edge with an iron.
Make a tag, bundle, and tie.

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5 comments:

Mazzi Peled said...

Great video and tutorial! Thank you for sharing Debbie!

Donna Maria @ Indie Business said...

Super video, Debbie. I love the music and seeing your hands moving so gently among the herbs and things is soothing in an unexpected sort of way. Thanks for sharing!

Anne-Marie said...

What a great video, Debbie! I especially love the adorable little tags. :)

Lori at The Nova Studio said...

Anne-Marie is right - adorable tags! You're lucky you have such great handwriting ;) Enjoying these videos immensely, I'll be sad if this is the last one!

Debbie Chialtas said...

Thanks everyone! Anne-Marie - those tags were Robert's idea (the video's producer). He even had a mini stapler!

Lori - I was putting on my best writing for sure! :) There is one more video coming out on Tuesday. Lip balms!