Bath Salts, Decor, & Mother’s Day Printables

I have such a passion for helping women and today is no exception. I’m featuring some crazy talented graphic designers who are so generous as to give you a taste of what they can do with FREE printables. Talk about seriously generous!

You can save these files onto your computers to use know or save for later.  I’m also giving EVERYONE a really cool gift idea for Mother’s day or actually any occasion.  {{high fives}}

On Executive Homemaker this Week:

1.  Printable Family Wall Decor from Janna Wilson
2.  Cinco De Mayo Fiesta circle tags from The TomKat Studio
3.  Mother’s Day recipe cards and tags from Issa
4.  Personalized Mother’s Day Gift Certificates from Scrapalicious Cereal

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Friday’s on TJ from now on are all about Facebook and giving you free printable files. I am so grateful for loyal and new Tip Junkies that I have found a way to give back.

EVERY single person that “likes” Tip Junkie on Facebook is welcome to leave a comment on this post and will receive a FREE gift from me and a fabulous graphic designer.

How To Enter

Simply leave a comment “I like TJ on Facebook”.

How to “like” TJ on Facebook:

  1. Click the “Like” button below (be sure you log into your Facebook account)
  2. Then leave a comment on this post. {{yep – it’s that easy!}}

Since Mother’s Day is Sunday, I will e-mail each of you the actual file Saturday morning. {{squeal in delight}}

About the Freebie

The printable bath salt labels Jenn made are so fun and you can save them to your computer and print it out anytime you’d like. {{happy dance}}  She has several different options for you to choose from.

How to Make the Bath Salts:
2 cups  Epsom salts
1 cup coarse salt
1 cup baking soda
2-3 drops food coloring (optional)
5-7 drops of essential oil

  • Mix Epsom salts, baking soda and coarse salt together in a medium  stainless steel mixing bowl using a mixing spoon.
  • Add the food coloring and essential oil then quickly stir to avoid clumping.
  • More food coloring can be added, depending on how dark you would like your bath salts to be.  However, be careful that it is not too dark as some colors can stain the skin.
  • Let mixture sit in the bowl until the oil and food coloring is COMPLETELY DRYand ensure there are no clumps before packaging.
  • These look beautiful packaged in decorative jars with ribbon and gift tags.
  • They also look fantastic if you split your mixture in half before adding the food coloring so you can layer the colored bath salts with the non-colored bath salts in your decorative jar.
  • To use add 1/3 to 1/2 cup to your next bath.

These bath salts are such an easy gift idea you can give for Mother’s Day, teacher appreciation week, a party favor, or neighbor Christmas gift.  Sky’s the limit!

About the Talented Designer:

Jenn’s Blog: My Delicious Ambiguity
Twitter: @delishambigblog
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New TJ Giveaway: To celebrate joining the BlogFrog, every person who joins the TJ Community in the month of May is entered to win a $100 Target gift card!

Difficulty Cost Time Age Person Event
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Homemade Gift


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  1. I like TJ on Facebook! Loving the “5 minutes of Peace”… that’s music to any Mommy’s heart 🙂
    Happy Friday!

  2. I liked TJ on face book !! love the looks of the bath salts !! Its SNOWING in MN

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