Step 7:

Then, I gathered the jars I was using, and measured them for labels.  I booted up my computer and using the desk top program, created labels that would fit the containers I had.  I looked for my full page labels and couldn’t find them, so I used white card stock.
Once the labels were completed, cut them out and I used good old “unidirectional bonding strips” (see Toy Story 2) to attach them to the jars.
<p>I've made a version of your nice 'ible. https://www.instructables.com/id/Easy-DIY-Night-Cream/ Thank you!</p>
OMG OMG I gotta make this THANKS FOR SHARING!!!!!!!!!!!
You may use any fragrance you desire. I am allergic to a lot of fragrances and so is my Hubby. The Victoria Secrets &quot;Love Spell&quot; is one I can use and my Hubby likes. Thanks for comment.
What's wrong with using a small amount of 100% essential oils? I use it for everything, my soaps, creams, and shampoos.
Good idea! Thank you!
Gave some to my Mom and she loves it. Now I have to keep her in supply.
I have been making this creme for a long time. It's awesome! I've never used anything as effective as this creme is for dry skin on my heels. I use it every day, and my feet feel like baby's feet, with a little bit of occasional maintenance every other month, or so.<br>I have never added fragrance to mine, as it already smells so good from the baby lotion and Vitamin E creme ... but I will try doing that in my next batch (due very soon!). Do you just buy the fragrance oils that they sell at WM (like, in the candle and scented oils section), or where do you buy them?<br><br>Also .. the vitamin E creme is available at Dollar General for very little cost.
We don't have the Dollar General around here. MY hubby is loving this lotion for his work worn hands. It really does work. I bought the fragrance a Hobby Lobby in thier lotion, candle making section. Thanks for looking.

About This Instructable




Bio: In a valiant attempt to keep myself from dying of boredom, I create.
More by craftknowitall:Crochet Cover Your Wire Hangers Crocheted Case for a 7” Tablet Simple Knitted Dishcloth 
Add instructable to: