Cherry Blossom Solid Perfume

  • Difficulty:Beginner
  • Time:30 minutes
  • Yields:8 lip pots

Solid perfume is a great way to carry fragrance with you without worrying about spills. This Cherry Blossom perfume is made with Bramble Berry Solid Perfume Base. It contains several skin-loving oils, like Coconut Oil and Avocado Oil. Cherry Blossom Fragrance Oil is a subtle fruity floral scent, well suited as a perfume scent. This is a unique and colorful twist on a traditional uncolored perfume balm.

Tools and Ingredients:

Solid Perfume Base

Cherry Blossom Fragrance Oil

Rose Pearl mica

Activated Charcoal

Daisy Lip Butter Pots

Droppers

Mini Scoops

Skewer or Toothpick

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  ONE: Melt 2 ounces of Solid Perfume Base in a heat safe container. Add one scoop of Rose Pearl mica to make a nice light pink color and add 1/4 oz Cherry Blossom Fragrance oil. Mix together very well and fill 8 flower shaped lip pots and allow to set-up.


TWO: Re-melt the remainder of the pink perfume base and add another scoop of Rose Pearl mica to make a deeper pink color. Using a dropper, place a circle of this deeper pink in the center of the little flower pots.

THREE: Re-melt the deep pink lip balm base left over (if necessary) and add a scoop of Activated Charcoal. Mix in well.

FOUR: Using a skewer or toothpick place little dots of the black base in a circle in the center. These will be solid within seconds and ready to use!

Check out some awesome blends using Cherry Blossom!

4 parts Cherry Blossom
1 part Coconut, Cybilla

2 parts Cherry Blossom
2 parts Sun Ripened Raspberry
1 part Tahitian Vanilla

2 parts Cherry Blossom
1 part Southern Peach

2 parts Cherry Blossom
2 parts Heather & Hyacinth
1 part Grapefruit Lily

3 parts Cherry Blossom
1 part English Rose
1 part Lily of the Valley

5 Responses to “Cherry Blossom Solid Perfume”

  1. Maria says:

    These are adorable! Any ideas on how to label them?
    They look too small for a sticky label.

  2. Nice post. I was checking continuously this weblog and I’m inspired!
    Extremely useful info specially the final phase :) I handle such info a
    lot. I used to be looking for this particular information for a very lengthy time.
    Thank you and best of luck.

  3. Betty says:

    Will the activated charcoal stain skin? These look adorable. Thanks for all the inspirational recipes and packaging ideas. I look forward to trying this.

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