Gift Idea: Coconut Sugar Scrub & Free Jar Printable

 Hi everyone!

Yesterday I spent some time getting teachers gifts all ready for our end of the school year party (we’re so excited we are getting the chance to have a party after our city flood)!  I always find it so hard to figure out what to give teachers…but then I remembered my Coconut Sugar Scrub.  I love this Coconut Sugar Scrub recipe so much that I just know our teachers will love it too!
(Honestly, I use this scrub almost every day!)

I wanted to share this idea with you because it’s so simple which makes this a perfect last minute gift for the teachers, teachers aides, principals, or the bus drivers in your kids school lives!  All you need are 2 ingredients:  Coconut Oil and Granulated Sugar and you’ve got a fantastic gift!

I also made some labels for you to print out and add to your jars!

Coconut Sugar Scrub & Printable {A Pretty Life}

Here is the recipe!

Coconut Sugar Scrub
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  • Granulated sugar (just the plain stuff you already have in the pantry)
  • Pure Unrefined Coconut Oil (I used Nutiva – it is organic, unrefined, pure)


  1. Just use a 2:1 ratio of Sugar to Coconut Oil (I used 1/2 cup sugar and 1/4 cup coconut oil)
  2. In a bowl mix the two together completely.
  3. Put into a container for use.


[b]Tips! [/b] [br]- Sugar scrubs are best for exfoliating hands and feet. [br]- Pure coconut oil is solid at room temperature. [br]- Unrefined coconut oil smells out-of-this world amazing!

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For our teachers gifts, I put the coconut scrub into 125 mL Mason jars.  Then I made these labels and printed them off for the tops of the jars.  Once I cut the labels out to fit, I added them under the jar rings, then I tied a pretty piece of ribbon around the jar to finish them all off.  So easy and so pretty!

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Here is what the labels look like…you just have to cut the white circle out.

Download the Jar Topper Printable here.

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Enjoy, and have an inspired day!

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  1. Thanks for the great gift idea Jo-Anna. I am going to whip up a batch tonight to give to the teachers on Thursday and a jar for me. We must live in the same very flooded city! It puts alot of things into perspective.

    • Hi Lisa!
      You are so welcome! I’m happy that you are able to make this recipe for your teachers (and you!)
      Crazy times in this city of ours isn’t it! I hope you are safe and dry!

  2. Where do you get the Jars From I’m looking around to find an affordable set. I want to make 30 for baby show favors. Every girl wants smooth moisturized skin

    • Hi Stacy!
      I just found these jars at Walmart – I think they are the cheapest there. But I have also seen some pretty cute jars at different dollar stores! Good luck!

  3. Dawn-Marie says:


    Why not use baby food jars and include a little baby spoon (dollar store has packs of 10)?

  4. Where do you find the oil ?

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