Halloween DIY Decor Project Potion Magic with Essential Oils 7

Hello friends!  Happy Tuesday Tutorial Day!

Kinda excited to share this fun project with everyone! I was in Target and this Sutter Home Pink Moscato was CALLING my name!  Not just because it’s fabulous, but because it MATCHES the Close to My Heart Scaredy Cat collection absolutely BRILLIANTLY!  That AND the A Cut Above Halloween Treat Bags too!!!  EEEkkkk!!! $320.00 Shopping Spree Giveaway

Here’s the thing: There are TWO Shopping Spree Giveaways going on RIGHT NOW at AboveRubiesStudio/AboveRubies.ctmh.com – the shopping spree amount is NOW UP TO $320.00 AND GROWING!!!  Every time ANY Cricut Cartridge bundle is purchased the amount of each giveaway goes up by $10.00!!!  What would you do with $320.00 in Close to my Heart Stamps, Ink, Cardstock, Paper and more???


So I made the little bath salts for in the decorations perfect for Halloween like this:

Halloween close to my heart diy bath DIY Halloween Potions Essential oil bathsalt recipes

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7 thoughts on “Halloween DIY Decor Project Potion Magic with Essential Oils

  • Bev Meyer

    Love your ideas for wine bottles. Too bad I don’t do much for Halloween. Only a few pumpkin cards for the “Greats”! Have to remember for other celebrations.

  • Mj

    Fantastic idea! Where else can one get “happy” before crafting? LOL USe your imagination to make for other occassions…thinking of you, birthdays, Mother’s Day, just by changing a few things. What fun!!

  • Jane Dubois

    Really cute project. I had a thought about making sure that the labels stick to the bottles… You could curl them before sticking them down. That way the paper doesn’t want to go back to the original shape of flat paper.

  • DiEtta Morris

    This is such a cute idea. I am going to use this idea at Christmas and put different M & M’s in each bottle and decorate in a Christmas theme! I enjoy your blog so so much. Thanks for sharing such cute ideas. 🙂