As I’ve mentioned before, I work with the teenage girls at our church for Sunday lessons and weekday activities.
With everything going on in the world, we can’t really connect with them as much as we would like, so I started trying to think of a gift we could drop off to them on their porch.
As I browsed around on Amazon, I found some really inexpensive items that I was able to put together to create a “spa” themed gift.
I also used my Cricut to make cute tags for the bags, as well as to make personalized beauty face masks.
I wanted to share everything I found and this idea for anyone who is wanting to make some kind of beauty or spa-themed gift. This would be so fun for a goodie bag at little girl’s spa party, for a bachelorette party, or just to drop off to a friend.
Because I made these for 30 girls, I bought the items in bulk. They ended up being $2.32 per girl. Below I’ve listed the exact products I bought to get to that number. You can definitely find these products in smaller quantities than I did – just browse Amazon 🙂
I did already have the vinyl that I used for the sleep masks, so if you want to customize them, you’ll have to add in that expense – and I made them using my Cricut. However, you can easily just include the sleep masks without the vinyl decals on the front
I also already had the card stock, and I cut those tags out with my Cricut. Again, something you can also skip.
Clear Plastic Treat bags (100) – $5.89
Beauty Face Masks (36) – $9.90. This was a great price, and I LOVE how fun they look.
Eyelash Gold Organza Bags (100)- 10.99
Sleep Masks (55)- 16.99. There are a lot of sleep masks on Amazon, and many of them are in smaller quantities – you can browse those here. If you don’t want to put vinyl on the front, these colored ones are $9.99 for 36.
Dove Chocolate – $15.96. I bought a couple packages at Target for variety. However, you can buy large packages of 150 for a much better price on Amazon. They were sold out when I was ordering the tiems.
Bath Salts – 9.78. I also bought these at Target so they could come faster – I bought Dr. Teal’s Lavender Bath Salts and Pink Himalayan (LOVED this one). They had a couple of store brand salts that were a little bit less expensive. Amazon has some good options, too (look for the Amazon brand).
Card stock – I cut out the tags on card stock using Print and Cut with my Cricut. I have tried to recreate a similar tag in PicMonkey, which I’ve included below. It’s not *quite* as cute, but it works! Here is what it looks like:
Vinyl – I used holographic iron-on (using my Cricut Joy, so I used the smart kind) and glitter iron-on using my Maker – I was able to use two rolls, which you can often get on sale at Joann’s or Michael’s. Again, if this isn’t in your budget or you don’t have a cutting machine, you can just give plain masks!
If you are thinking about getting a Cricut machine, be sure to read this post – Cricut Joy versus Explore Air 2 versus Maker
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Katie is a Colorado-native, BYU graduated, and most importantly, wife to one and mother to three beautiful boys. She is passionate about sharing her experiences with others – especially about pregnancy, breastfeeding, cooking, and crafts. She is currently training to be a Certified Lactation Educator. She loves spending time with her family and helping others find joy in family life.
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