By Lennie on September 04, 2002
"I got this recipe from the Bernardin canning company at an exhibit last year. This makes a great gift! For a soothing treat, use 1/2 a jar in your bath water."
Serving Size: 1 (76 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"I made this for two gift baskets I made recently. It smelled wonderful !!! Also came out really pretty in the glass bottles I bought. I have found myself a new hobby. Thanks !"
"Made this in my bath baskets, for Christmas and everyone raved about how wonderful it was. Easy to make, nd easy to find ingredients. Thanks for sharing! "
"This was very easy and delightful. I did try to follow the advice of LonghornMama and used a tea ball, but the tea flowers still escaped. I then proceded to strain the water which took awhile and was not 100%. Nevertheless, the water was wonderful and soothing."
"Very pretty, smells wonderful and cheap ingredients. So pleasant and relaxing in the bath. However, the loose tea floats around the tub and sticks to you, kind of like big flecks of dirt. Next time I'll either put the salts in a cloth pouch or tea ball so that the lovely fragrance can steep out into the bath and leave the tea leaves behind. Thanks, Lennie, I'll make this one again!"
"I made six batches and added 5-6 drops of different colors of food coloring to each, then dried for about fifteen minutes in a slow oven, occasionally stirring and then layered the different colors in a jar to create a 'seascape' design. The ladies in my life will surely appreciate this gift!"