Making Lavender Sachet Gifts

Making fragrant Lavender Sachet bags for gifts is easy. Don’t worry if your don’t grow your own lavender because there are several places where you can purchase lavender flower buds at a very reasonable price… along with the lavender oil, and sachet bags. It makes a lovely inexpensive gift. And… we’re going to give you free gift tags.

The project is so easy, your kids can help.

Harvest the Lavender in late August or early September… when there are no blooms left… only the flower. buds. Or, you can purchase your Lavender at Mountain Rose Herb Co. or San Francisco Herb Company. Both carry lovely products including the Lavender Oil and bags.

Cut the stems long on the Lavender and allow it to dry up to a week. Late in the season, it doesn’t take long for it to dry out.

When I begin to make my Lavender Sachet I spread out a lot of work paper on my table because the lavender will shed it’s buds immediately when you begin to work with it.

You’ll need: 1.Your own dried Lavender or purchased Lavender buds. 2. You’ll need Lavender Essential oil.

You’ll need: 1. Muslin bags (I use 2X5 inch) or small organza bags (3×4 inch). 2. A small scoop or spoon. 3. A Lavender designed rubber stamp and a rubber stamp ink pad.

Remove all of the flower buds from the stems.. but don’t worry if some of the stems and leaves fall into the mixture because they’re fragrant too.

Add Lavender Oil to the mix. I use about 1/4 oz to 8 oz of the buds. Essential Oils are very strong. The large package you see is 8 oz. It takes a lot of buds to make a pound. I use a medicine dropper to drop in smaller amounts of oil. You have to be the judge on this.

Put the Lavender buds into a plastic bag and seal up for about a week. Store it in a dark dry place. After a few days, you may want to check on it to see if you need to add a few more drops of oil.

Stamp the muslin bag with the Rubber stamp.

After the Lavender has seasoned, scoop the buds into the stamped muslin or organza bags.

Place the gift tag on the bags with a bit of ribbon or twine and place them in a cute basket. Or put a couple of the bags in a clear Cello bag with a little tinsel and tie the bag shut with ribbon or twine. Don’t forget to add your tag.

Give them away to friends…but make sure you keep a few for yourself… they make your drawers and lingerie smell heavenly.

Have a good time with this project!

Kathy Griffiths

Insightful Nana

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19 responses to “Making Lavender Sachet Gifts”

  1. Thank you for this tutorial.

    I was cutting down my lavender at at the end of the season. I just stripped the stems of the buds and was drying them. (now i see I should have kept the buds on the stems and then dried them) who knew.

    I had no idea what I was doing, but now I will be getting some oil, and if it doesn’t work, I will try your method next year.

    Thanks again. I love the smell of the lavender.

  2. Hi,

    Thanks so much for the isntructions for these great items. Can you PLEASE tell me where you bought your lavender rubber stamp? I’ve been looking allllllllll over and can’t find anything close to it.

    Thanks again………XOXO’S Jody

  3. ditto on the lavender rubber stamp question. Yours is beautiful.

    I’ve been making lavender dryer sachets for years, and just found a recipe for Lavender-hops dream pillows. Made one for myself and love the results! I’d like to make a fancy muslin bag for these to give as gifts.

  4. I love your muslin stamped lavendar bags and want to make some.

    I have looked locally for these ready made muslin bags and cannot find them (Seattle Tacoma area). Where do you get the bags? Also cannot find a lavendar stamp right now. Thank you for your help

  5. I am also interested in knowing where to purchase the lavender stamp — and any other herb stamps, if you know of any.

  6. Thank you for the presentation and tags!
    I can not find where to purchase lavender stampers or herbal stampers. Please send me this information….

  7. Also looking for the Lavender stamp that you show on
    your video. Please email with info. Thanks so much for
    the informative video.