Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Jasmine Body Butter and Wednesday's Adorned From Above Link Party 20

Read all the way through to get the directions for How to Make Jasmine Body Butter.

Welcome to my Wednesdays Adorned from Above Link Party 20.   I hope that all of you have fun, and I can't wait to see all of your beautiful work from the last week.  You are all truly amazing.  
I would love for you to follow me on GFC, Pinterest, Twitter, or Google +.

I feature the top 3 most view links each week
To those of you that I featured just grab my Wednesdays Adorned From Above Featured Button in my sidebar, or you can post a text link.

I want to thank everyone who linked with my Wednesdays Adorned From Above Link Party 20.  All of your projects are wonderful and I would feature all of them if I could, but I think that the blog would probably be a little too long.  I hope that all of you link more posts this week.  Let's Party!!!

Your posts can include anything, I love to see everything that you have been up to.

The only rules are to follow me, have a link somewhere on your post to Adorned From Above, and visit some other posts - after all it is a party.
Now are you ready to make your own Jasmine Body Butter?  It is a simple recipe to make, and I got it from Rawmazing's Body Butter.  This is the greatest body butter ever.  I live in Colorado where it is extremely dry, so consequently my skin is always dry.  This stuff is wonderful in our dry winters.  Susan at Rawmazing used rosemary and sweet orange and peppermint essential oils, and since I love jasmine, I decided to use Jasmine Fragrance.  You could use whatever essential oils you like in this recipe.  It is very versatile.

Jasmine Body Butter

1 cup Shea Butter
1/2 Cup Coconut Oil
1/2 cup Almond Oil
30 drops Jasmine Fragrance


Melt Shea Butter and Coconut Oil over medium heat on stove.

Let cool for 30 minutes in refrigerator.

Then add the almond oil and jasmine fragrance.

Once the mixture starts to partially solidify it is ready to whip.

Next you are going to whip this with your mixer.  It will actually whip up like whipped cream.

It will does not take long to whip somewhere around 5 minutes.

Next put it in a sterile jar and you are ready to go.

A little goes a long way.

I love this Jasmine Body Butter.  It makes my skin feel amazing.  Let me know what you think of this recipe.  I always love hearing from you.



  1. Debi - this Jasmine body butter seems WONDERFUL :)
    I really admire your talent!:)
    I love the way you make all these cosmetics stuff by yourself :)

    Thanks for another party and have a wonderful day!

  2. Thanks for your recent comment on my blog - and for the invite to this latest party! Have responded, as requested - and continue to be in awe of your skills creating all these things to use and eat!

  3. Thank you for featering the pinecone flowers Debi. The body butter recipe is one to keep in mind!
    greetings from the Netherlands!

  4. Thanks so much for featuring my Quilling Heart!!!
    And thanks for hosting!
    Hug from Germany!

  5. Wow, this is such a nice surprise! I'm so glad to be featured this week, especially last week was the first time I linked up here. Thank you for inviting me to link up. I'd definitely put the featured button on my next post. ^_^

    Visit me:
    LeeAnne, Style N Season

  6. Thanks for the fun party, happy Wednesday!

  7. Thanks for hosting! Hope you are having a fantastic week! :-)

  8. Thanks for hosting, Debi! Hope you have a great week!

  9. Good morning! Thank you for hosting! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

  10. Hi! This week I posted on the recent determination that most Alzheimer’s disease is a form of diabetes and is therefore preventable with diet. I also posted two delicious arugula recipes now that it is in season.

    This Friday, I’m hosting the first Small Footprint Fridays blog link-up! Please stop by and link-up your posts about sustainable, green living!

  11. Thanks for hosting as always Debi!
    The Busy Bee's.

  12. Thanks for hosting! Wishing you a beautiful day! Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse


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