Are you just getting started making DIY projects with your essential oils? Start with these fun accessories to make your own beauty, personal care and home products.
Want to know an EASY way to put labels on your essential oil DIY goodies? Use these adorable chalkboard labels.
I love these because they give a shabby chic look to containers – especially Mason jars. Sometimes I don’t want to print out labels and just want the easy write-and-go option with these chalkboard labels.
I’ve actually gotten pretty hooked and use them on my pantry supplies too.
Glass Spray Bottles
Use this 2 oz glass spray bottles to make a DIY room spray or DIY fabric freshener spray (homemade febreeze) to use on the go when you travel. Use the chalkboard labels to keep them neat and organized. Each pack includes 12 bottles (2 oz each).
Let’s talk storage solutions. I have containers like these stainless steel nesting bowls and lids for storing supplies like beeswax, shea butter, cocoa butter, citric acid and other supplies that I use to make DIY beauty supplies.
These glass jars are a must-have item when you start with essential oils. You can fill them with this homemade bath salts and this homemade sugar scrub and gift them in these cute jars or store in the bathroom.
Mason Jar Pump Bottle
Essential Oil Mug
Start your day with this adorable essential oil mug. This would be great to gift to that friend who loves her oils – or even to keep for yourself too. Who else wants to get one? There are other fun designs too, like this There’s an Oil For That mug and this Essential Oils, Coffee, Repeat mug.
Fun Roller Ball Bottles
Imagine all of the fun roller ball blends you can make with this 10-pack of Multicolored Roller Ball Bottles. You can color code perfumes, blends for the kids or family members… the possibilities are endless.
Fun Mini Spray Bottles
Check out these colorful mini spray bottles. They have a glass body (10 ml) with a plastic spray nozzle. It’s perfect for a making this DIY Breath Spray – you can even make a different flavor for each family member. Store them in your purse, backpack or travel bag to use as a perfume, hand cleaner, and much more.
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