DIY Mother’s Day Gift Idea: How to Make Hexagon Bath Salt Jars with Adhesive Vinyl

DIY Mother’s Day Gift Idea: How to Make Hexagon Bath Salt Jars with Adhesive Vinyl

Hello! This is Sam from the Pretty Life Girls . Today I’m sharing a fun project using a Silhouette CAMEO. These gorgeous bath salt jars are the perfect Mother’s Day gift and are thoughtfully made using adhesive vinyl labels. Keep reading for the tutorial!

Estimated Time:45 minutes (Beginner)

Here are the supplies you’ll need:
Silhouette CAMEO 3
Cutting mat
Weeding hook
Adhesive vinyl
Transfer tape
Cut file ( Studio or SVG )
Glass jar
Dried flowers (optional)


Step 1: Open the cut file in Silhouette Studio. Resize the design to fit your jars.

Step 2: Load your adhesive vinyl and cut.

Step 3: After your machine has finished cutting, remove the vinyl, and carefully weed the excess.
Use the hook to remove any small pieces.

Step 4: Use transfer tape to move the vinyl from the carrier sheet to the jar. Apply it to the jar,
using firm pressure.

Step 5: Carefully remove the transfer tape.

Step 6: Rub the decal with your squegee to make sure it sticks well to the jar. Then, carefully peel off the tape.

Step 6: Fill the jars with the bath salts of your choice. I love mixing the salt with dried flowers to
make it even more beautiful!

What mother wouldn’t love to relax with their very own baths salts that were made with love?!

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The Pretty Life Girls

The Pretty Life Girls is a blog about babies and sugar and paint and twirly dresses, written by two sisters who love all things pretty. Liz is a momma of two who lives in New Orleans. She has a Master’s Degree in Technical Communication and has embraced the fact that she is a diet coke addict and a bookworm. Sam lives in Utah and is a momma of two with a Master’s Degree in Instructional Technology and has a weakness for thrift stores, succulents, and colorful tights.