You will also need a small zip-lock baggie and containers for your lip gloss. We used small plastic bead containers purchased form JoAnn Fabrics. Each batch filled two containers.
(Obviously, you don't need to add your name unless you're working with a group of girls!)
Please note: The following pictures were taken as an afterthought (after the lip gloss was already made), so the baggie isn't completely full with the lip gloss ingredients, but the process is the same.
We found that the lip gloss gets pretty soft in warm weather. It was a good idea to keep the finished product in a baggie to prevent it from accidentally leaking onto other things!