Make a Mason Jar Oil Candle Lamp - Gifts for the Holidays
Learn how to make this mason jar oil candle lamp with olive oil, essential oils and other natural materials for a fragrant, pretty display.
How to Make Cinnamon-Scented Pinecones (Two Easy Tutorials) | eHow.com
Here are two easy methods for making cinnamon-scented pinecones: 1) cinnamon essential oil spray method and 2) ground cinnamon glue-on method.
7 Natural Ways to Refresh your Home, Fight Indoor Air Pollution, and Make it Smell Great! - The Nourishing Gourmet
During the long cold months of the year, I find that houses can get stuffy, and nothing drives me crazy like living in a stuffy house. But not only do I like my house to smell fresh and inviting, but I also am concerned about the very real problem with indoor air pollution. Since most...Read More
I, like most, love fall. I love the leaves changing, the cooler weather, the football, the feasts, the clothes and the smells. Unfortunately for most of us in the south east we don't get any of that until nearly Christmas. I still try and enjoy fall by making some small changes around the house. A fall table runner, a new wreath on the door, different music playing (because we all know different music fits different seasons) and usually a fall scented candle. Personally I'm a huge fan of…
5 Simmer Pot Recipes To Make Your Home Smell Like Fall
The season of scented candles has begun! While Pumpkin Spice Latte and Vanilla Bean Frosting might sound scrumptious and inviting, the truth is that many scented candles are made of petroleum-based paraffin with dubious artificial scents. A better and safer alternative is to do what your grandmother did: simmer a pot of spices on your stove!
Simmer Pot to Make Your House Smell Wonderful
Make your home smell wonderful with a simmering pot - it's inexpensive, it's natural (no chemicals), and it can be a gift idea! You can see more of my crazy creations here You'll need: A pot or crock-pot Cinnamon sticks Oranges Apples Water An empty mason or recycled jar (optional for preserving or gift) First slice up your oranges. Next slice up your apples. Put all the fruit slices in your pot with some cinnamon sticks. Fill the pot up with water. Put it on your stove.…
The Smells of the Season
Stove top Christmas scent! One batch stays good for weeks, you just add water and heat it on low whenever you want it (WILL BE MAKING THIS CHRISTMAS!)