A simple DIY sugar scrub that you can make with the leftover petals from a bouquet of roses! Baby Rose Sugar Scrub cups of plain white sugar cup of baby oil 12 rose petals a food processor a pretty jar
This is the best way to preserve the beauty and fragrance of a beautiful bouquet of fresh roses - Drying the petals make great embellishments for cards, confetti for weddings and bridal showers, or homemade potpourri.
Rose Petal Crafts: 10 Ideas to Create Keepsakes and Gifts
Rose & Clay Face Mask - Mix 2 teaspoons white clay with 1 teaspoon dried roses, ground or powdered. Spread over the face, avoiding the eyes. Leave on for 15 minutes before removing with warm water and a wash cloth.
Rose Almond Body Oil: 1 cup of rose petals roses) and 1 cup of almond oil (rich in vitamins E and D). Put the petals in a jar, crush them up a bit with a wooden spoon, and pour in the oil. Let the mixture sit for 1 week and then strain before using.
recreationalwitchcraft: “ 50 Magical Uses for Roses Roses are one of the most common flowers around. They are widely adored, gifted often and grown in many places. If you’re anything like us - you might even have too much of them laying around.
Neat idea I'd like to try, I know rose bead rosaries smell wonderful! Roses from a bride's bouquet cooking down to make into beads. From those beads You will make a necklace. This way her wedding flowers will last forever! This is pretty cool