St. Patrick’s Day EO Make and Take

Last night I had about 10 girls over for a St. Patrick’s Day Essential Oils Make and Take. It was such a great time! This was my first Young Living party to host and I wanted it to be a fun experience for everyone in attendance. We made 4 different goodies… Thieves spray, a Sleepy Roll-On, Lip Balm, and Peppermint Sugar Scrub. It was great because I really worked to have all the materials ready to go so that when 7:30 arrived, we would be ready to get busy.

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One extra thing that I did was I had brown kraft sacks with my young living business card stapled to them, this allowed my guests to keep their goodies altogether to bring home.

We had a fabulous time and I can’t wait until next time!

You asked for them and here they are… I made them on Canva!

 

 

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25 Responses to St. Patrick’s Day EO Make and Take

  1. Beth Turner says:

    congrats on the success of your make and take party

  2. Claire says:

    Love the instruction placemats. I am a visual person so it would be perfect for me. Where did you buy your spray bottles?

  3. Trish says:

    Where did you purchase the placemats? I love them. I am trying to do a chalkboard theme for my displays. The whole set up looks amazing. Congratulations!

  4. Lee Danek says:

    Thanks so much! This set up is beautiful. I’m thinking of doing my first make and take. Could you share the recipe sheets you had framed?
    Peace,
    Lee

    • Michelle says:

      I was going to ask the same thing. Do you have the Instruction sheets in printable format?

      Thanks for your time

  5. Casey says:

    Yes, please share your recipes! You have inspired me! :) Such a beautiful display.

  6. Katelynn says:

    OhMyGoodnessKristen.

    You are amazing! This looks like it was so much fun! Why wasn’t I invited?!?! ;)

    Love you!

  7. Mariel Kurtz says:

    Can I ask you what size jar you used for the lip balm, love that one!!

  8. ashley says:

    This is amazing!! Did you charge for this party? If so, was it per item that they made or a general attendance fee? I am new to YL oils and trying to decide if I want to become a distributor. Thanks!

  9. Leslie says:

    I love this and have so many questions lol I see the link you posted for the spray bottles, did you get the roller bottles from the same site? What size did you use? Same two questions on the lip balm jars. And what did you charge? Thanks :)

  10. Christina says:

    I Love Love LOVE your set up for your party. It is so visual pleasing. The way you display your information is inviting to new comers as well as more experienced oilers. The stations are well though out and organized. I would enjoy coming and participating in this make n take. You knocked it out of the park.

  11. Chris says:

    http://www.patagoniastoreonline.com

    Wow. This is really interesting. Thanks for the insight and tips.

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  13. sam says:

    Same question as above … did you charge for the party ? if so what was the price per item ? :) New as well , Curious !

    • Kristen says:

      I did charge $10 for materials. I figured each of the containers was roughly $1 and then the fee for all the other materials (minus oils because you can’t charge for those) would be roughly $10.

  14. Colleen Hirsch says:

    OMG these look amazing.
    What layout did you use for the instruction sheets? I tried to make one but couldn’t get the text portion to work.
    Where the place mats you got just black or where they chalkboard?
    Do you just sprinkle some of the pearl dust in and stir? What else could you use instead?
    What size lip balm container did you use?

    • Kristen says:

      I think I used canva for the instructions sheets. The placemats were chalkboard placemats and I used a chalk pen. Yes to the pearl dust on sprinkling it in… I guess you wouldn’t even need some dust too! And just the little lip balm containers from Amazon!

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