What a change we have experienced…and that’s a change for the better. Honestly, I was a bit hesitant to try essential oils (I buy mine here), but at the urging of a good friend, I jumped in feet first. I could go on and on about all the changes we have felt in our bodies. For now, though, I’ll just share how much I love that my kids know what essential oils to use for any issue they might be having.
The best part? Your kids can safely apply the oils on their own!
Kid’s Essential Oil Recipe Book
Making a Kid’s Essential Oil Recipe Book is quick and easy. It’s something you will reference often, so be sure to keep it handy.
- recipe book printable download (available at the bottom of the post)
- card stock
- hole punch
- self-laminating pouches
- loose leaf ring binder or carabiner
- 10 ml roller bottles
- therapeutic grade essential oils
- fractionated coconut oil
Print the free Kid’s Essential Oil Recipe printable from the download below. After printing it out, cut out the cards along the cut lines. Then use a hole punch in the top right corner and feed onto a metal ring fastener or even use a carabiner.
If you want your cards to last and not get full of fingerprints, oil or even just bent up, I highly recommend laminating the cards before you cut them apart. You can either take them to your local office store to get them laminated or laminate them with these easy to use self-laminating pages.
Last, add some cute labels (these are part of the download). You could print the labels on sticker paper, or print on plain card stock and attach to the bottle with clear tape (packing tape works best).