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February 11, 2013

Valentine Luscious Lip Scrub

Hello and Happy Valentine's Month!!!

Lori from Scrappin' My Stress Away here with a super fun Valentine gift idea!

I wanted to make something fun for my daycare moms and my son's teacher for Valentine's Day.  I found an awesome lip scrub recipe from my friend Sarah Hamer (link is below).  I found these round containers at the Dollar Store and got to work!!

I started with my Gypsy and a blank mat.

The lid to my containers measures 2 inches.  I opened Layer 2 in my gypsy and put a 2 inch circle on the mat.

I found these fun lips on the Don Juan cartridge and sized them to 1 inch.  I could see through the layer that the lips would fit on the lid.

I put the shadow lips on the top half of the mat, and the lips on the bottom half.
I cut out the lips in black and pink cardstock.

I adhered the lips together (no - it only works with paper he he).

I used my Martha Stewart glitter glue to trace the lip line.

I used my 1 7/8" punch for the background paper for my lips.  I will use up some of my pink and Valentine paper scraps.

***This part the children will help me with!!

I used my Tim Holtz red distressed marker to ink the edge of the circle.

I got the recipe for the lip scrub from my friend Sarah (Pink Cricut or Pink by Design) HERE.  When she posted the recipe I tried it right away and LOVED it!!

It is all natural and ok to lick :)

Here is my Luscious Lip Scrub gift!  I will let the children decorate the bag and gift tag.

I hope you and your lips have a wonderful Valentine's Day!!


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