Lavender has been used for centuries for its calming effects. It is beneficial for any stress-related symptoms, from headaches to anxiety. Interestingly, as a special bonus, it also keeps the moths at bay from your closets. And yep, you've guessed it: my closet is filled with little lavender pouches carefully placed here and there, but mostly stuffed between my woolen sweaters. A total must have for any self-respecting fashionista:)
Step 1: Remove leaves from lavender stems, leaving them completely naked.
Step 2: Tie a big bunch of stems together with a strong twine, making sure that the lavender blossoms are in even line and turn the whole bunch upside down. Once again, the lavender blossoms are supposed to be hanging down. Spread the stems evenly around. If you're experiencing problems with this, put your finger in the middle of the bunch, where the twine is holding the stems together and gently jiggle your finger till the stems are evenly spread.
Step 3: Fold the stems backwards, making sure they are covering most of the lavender blossoms.
Again, they should be folded backwards evenly.
Step 4: Tie a pretty bow around your bundle and evenly cut off the bottom part of the stems.
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