Spa Day Basket and Honey Lemon Sugar Scrub
I’m sad to say that my Spa Day series has officially come to an end. However, I have one last little thing that makes these patterns special, my Honey Lemon Sugar Scrub! It’s a quick and easy scrub that only requires 4 ingredients. I also have a photo of my finished basket. Did you miss any of the patterns? No worries, the links are all in this post too! Enjoy!
- 1/2 cup granulated sugar
- 1 tsp honey
- 1 tsp coconut oil
- 1 tbsp lemon zest
- 2 tbsp lemon juice
- In a small bowl, mix all of the ingredients together until thoroughly combined.
- Store in an 8oz mason jar
Now isn’t that super easy? And it is really quick to whip up. This recipe is just enough for a 8 oz mason jar.
Want to take a peek at my basket? Here it is all put together! I added a plush white towel and all of the items that I made in the Spa Day Series:
I am going to wrap the whole thing in cellophane and tie a pretty ribbon around it so I can send it to it’s new home!
If you missed any of the pattern in the series, no worries. Here they are:
1. Easy Face Scrubbies
2. Easy Mesh Soap Saver
3. Puffy Bath Pouf
4. Easy Textured Washcloths
I hope you have enjoyed this whole series and have followed along with me the whole way through. I also hope that you are IN LOVE with your basket since I am totally in love with mine. Happy crocheting and enjoy your spa day!
I made up a batch of the sugar scrub and it is quite runny. I do like it, but it does not look at all like the photo. Did I do something wrong?
Hi! Sounds like it might have been too much lemon juice or honey. I make this scrub regularly with no issue. Maybe try adding some more sugar or less lemon or honey?
Hi Amy, I love your basket idea and all the goodies you’ve put together. I was wondering if you know what the shelf life of the scrub would be? How long before it is considered “expired”? Thanks so much! Lynne
Hi Lynne! I would store it for about a week. If you want it to last a little longer, you can always put it in the refrigerator. Since it’s just an oz jar, it usually goes really fast 🙂