Wouldn’t it be nice to have some fun and pretty and free sugar scrub labels on hand to grab whenever you need them? I thought so, so I created some to share with you!Sugar Scrub Labels Collage

A few years back when I made my first sugar scrub and had no idea about labels and sizes or anything like that, I created some labels. I popped them up on the blog figuring someone might be able to use them and to this day, that post still gets traffic. Go figure! I thought it was high time that I updated those bad boys and this time I created a variety of colors that will fit perfectly on a mason jar.


Full Sheet-Bright Pink


Full Sheet-Lavender


Full Sheet-Light Green


Full Sheet-Yellow


Full Sheet-Orange


Full Sheet-Brown

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If you have always wanted to make homemade sugar scrub but don’t know where to start, here are some easy recipes to get you started!

Pink Lemonade Sugar Scrub

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Winter White Sugar Scrub

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  1. Thank you for sharing these beautiful labels! They are perfect for Valentine’s Day teacher gifts!

  2. I love your labels I hadn’t started experimenting with scrubs yet but am now anxious just lost as to where to start with received would you happen to have a you tube channel with tutorial that can sort of guide me to start and I just add my own twist thanks in advance

    1. Hey Angela! I don’t have any You Tube videos on how to make the actual sugar scrub but the bottom of the post contains links to a bunch of sugar scrub posts that have full recipes and instructions. These labels were intended for those who love to make sugar scrub but may not have a way or the know-how to create custom labels for them. šŸ™‚

  3. How do I download these?

    1. Hey Deb! You click the graphic at the bottom that says “Download Free Printable Here” and then on the next page click on whichever color labels you want to download. You’ll need a PDF reader to open it. I recommend Foxit Reader. It’s free and you can download it.

  4. how do I make them smaller for a smaller jar?

    1. You can try reducing the size when printing but it might take some playing around to get the size you need. You may have to try a few different % before you get it right.

      1. this is amazing! you have saved me a lot of time thank you so much for making these! what inspired you to make them? thank you so much! šŸ§‹ šŸ‰ šŸŒŗ

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