How to make a lavender wand the zero waste way!
Want to know how to make a lavender wand the zero waste way? Look no further!
Lavender is in season and I have loads of lovely fragrant lavender growing in my garden right now. There are many uses for lavender, but my current favourite is to make lavender wands. I don’t use them for casting spells – I use them to keep my clothes smelling nice (but if you or your kids want to make one for casting spells, don’t let me stop you :)).
These wands make great gifts and one year, I made a load as going home gifts from my kids birthday party and they went down a storm!
I’ve shared my instructions for how to make a lavender wand below:
How it is zero waste?
I made use of lavender growing in my garden, so it was unpackaged, home grown and used up. I also made sure to leave plenty for the bees, as that was the main reason I decided to grow lavender in the first place!
The ribbon had been sitting in my cupboard for years and needed using up. I also save ribbons from clothing, gifts and more to reuse for this kind of project. I store my ribbons in an old toiletry bag!
It is really simple, doesn’t take long and they make great gifts!