DIY: Naturaly make your home smell so good
Day 112 – Baby Blue Eucalyptus is a heavily scented grey green/blue foliage with round to heart shaped leaves. It has a long vase life and is easily dried or preserved for even longer life. In both fresh and dried form eucalyptus not only looks stunning, but its leaves may be used as an air freshener and in medicinal teas.
Different ways to use dried lavender. Air freshener: How to do it: Mix together equal parts dried lavender buds and baking soda in a small jar. Shake well. Drop in 20-30 drops lavender essential oil, shaking after every two to three drops. Punch small holes in the top of the jar (or you could leave the top off the jar for extra amazing air deodorizing/freshening).
Here's a wonderful way to scent a room by using a natural air freshener. Go out in Nature and gather some pine cones...add a few drops of your favorite scent, like Cinnamon and place them in a basket...I guarantee you the aroma will be much better than the synthetic scent from store brought ones :)
Tons of ideas to get the old, musty smell out of antique furniture (or to remove smoke odors, etc.). Vodka (!), baking soda, activated charcoal, kitty litter, coffee are just a few of the suggestions.