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
Epsom salt
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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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!