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DIY Rose Water Labeling Kit

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I’m no skin care junkie. Mind you, I don’t have perfect skin (not by a long shot), and I’ve tried many different treatments/products/lines over the years, to no avail. To be fair, by God’s grace, I learned patience (when will this end? I’m in my twenties!) and contentment (fighting the really? breaking out the ONLY day I really didn’t want to?). Buuuut I’m not going to say no to trying something to help my skin be as healthy as possible, and when it’s natural!

My sister introduced me to rose water, and incorporating it into a spray bottle to DIY your own facial mist! I’ve fallen in love with it and wanted to show you how I created my own product label.

rose water tutorial

What you’ll need:

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Here’s how to make it!

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Step 1: Using your piece of paper, sketch out the dimensions of the label you want for your glass spray.

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Step 2: Cut the label from the page. Make sure to have clean edges, since everything’s going to show!

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Step 3: Use a pen to design a label for your rose water!

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I had fun playing with script, handwriting, borders, and rose accents.

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Step 4: Use a foam brush to apply some matte mod-podge/sealant.

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Make the layer thin so you don’t get unwanted bumps underneath the paper. Also, seal the front of the label!

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Step 5: Add rosewater to the amber bottle!

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And voila! You have your own rose water mist to spritz over your skin whenever you need! I spray it on every morning after washing my face and in the evening before bed. Aaaand sometimes in between, whenever I feel my skin needs some extra moisture throughout the day!

rose water tutorial

And voila! I hope you enjoyed this DIY tutorial and got inspired to make your own! If you want to watch the video of how I made this label, click the video above! Make sure to subscribe to the Duly Noted, ink newsletter to get more DIY inspiration along the way! Remember to stop by my shop and find something thoughtfully designed for you, or search through my current projects on Instagram and YouTube! 🙂

xoxo, Jessica

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Duly Noted Letters | DIY Hospitality Tray Lettering

hospitality tray lettering

I’ve been busy rearranging our apartment this past week, and it’s been so much fun! It may or may not also be my only form of exercise in the cold of winter. ;). In the meantime, I got to host a few ladies for a book study through repentance, and it’s been so lovely all year. I wanted to have a center statement piece for the coffee table that would hold the plastic utensils and napkins. Knowing my penchant for puns, I wanted to incorporate that into a cute saying that would greet the ladies as they came in!

So the phrase I chose was… “It is a pleasure to serve you!” – cha-ching! That’s a money pun, I think! 🙂

hospitality tray lettering

What you’ll need:

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To make this tray cover, just:

01. Cut the paper to fit the serving tray.

02. Letter away! It’d probably be easiest to letter without the paper already in the tray, but I like how it turned out :).

Watch the video below to see the marker lettering process! Make sure to visit my Instagram or shop to see more of my projects!

To see the lettering process, just press play!

And voila! I hope you enjoyed this lumberjack/woodland/hipster party favor tag/s’more gift favor idea – make sure to subscribe to the Duly Noted, ink newsletter to get more DIY inspiration along the way! Remember to stop by my shop and find something thoughtfully designed for you, or search through my current projects on Instagram and YouTube! 🙂

xoxo, Jessica