DIY Floral Bath Salts + Printable Labels

DIY Floral Bath Salts // Married to the Earth

DIY Floral Bath Salts + Free Printable Labels // Married to the Earth // Handmade Gifts

DIY Floral Bath Salts

Yield: Approximately 5 cups


  • 2 lbs of Epsom Salts (I used these)
  • Assorted dried flowers (Rose Petals, Calendula (Marigold), Chamomile Flowers, Lavender, Hibiscus Flower) I used these.
  • 6 drops of Lavender Essential Oil (I used this)
  • 2 drops of Frankincense Essential Oil (I used this)
  • Large glass jar or smaller jars (I found mine at a major craft store, similar, similar)
  • Wooden Scoops (I used these)
  • Muslin Bags ( Found here or DIY)
  • Natural Twine ( Found here)
  • Printable Label (Download) (If you are using different ingredients you can download this version that will allow you to write in your ingredients by hand)
  • Label printing paper (like this)
  • Xacto knife
  • Cutting mat
  • metal ruler
  1. Pour 2 lbs of epsom salts into a large mixing bowl.
  2. Add approximately 1/4c of each dried flower variety.
  3. Stir until well combined and continue stirring while adding the lavender and frankincense essential oils.
  4. Print labels on sticker paper and cut out, leaving 1/8th of an inch of white beyond the black border.
  5. place label stickers on glass jars.
  6. Fill jar/s with Floral Bath Salts Mixture
  7. Tie wooden scoop and muslin bag to the jar using string or twine.
Happy Gifting!

DIY Floral Bath Salts + Free Printable Labels // Married to the Earth // Handmade Gifts

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10 thoughts on “DIY Floral Bath Salts + Printable Labels

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    • MTTE says:

      Hi Bailey,
      You can put the bath salt mixture in a small cotton or muslin drawstring bag to steep in the bath – that way there should be no major cleanup involved!

  2. Brynn says:

    OMG! it’s nowhere near my mother’s birthday or mothers day but that’s not stopping my from making this for my boss-ass bath loving mother. SO CUTE!

  3. Cydnee says:

    Hi. How do you suggest us making creative labels like these? I love the printables but would like to type in my ingredients for a smooth finish.. Love it! Thank you.

    • MTTE says:

      Hi Cydnee! I use Adobe Indesign to create labels and printables, you could probably use Word to achieve a similar look. I would definitely recommend checking out free font sites and finding /installing some fun fonts to play around with in your designs!

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