Nothing ruins a summer BBQ or picnic like an invasion of mosquitos. For an all-natural way to get mosquitos off the guest list at your next outdoor gathering try this simple Mosquito Repellant Mason Jar. The active ingredient is Lemon Eucalyptus Oil which...
This is the best way to preserve the beauty and fragrance of a beautiful bouquet of fresh roses. Drying them make them great embellishments for cards, confetti for weddings and bridal showers, and potpourri. http://www.ehow.com/how_2293715_dry-rose-petals.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=inline&utm_campaign=fanpage
You want to add at least 8 drops of essential oil for each cup of plant material you're using. Two cups of dried flowers = 16 drops of essential oils. Once you've added the oils to the potpourri, place it into a plastic sealable baggie or a jar with a lid and let it soak in for a few days. Place it in a bowl; the scent will last for a few weeks before you need to replenish it. #potpourri
These homemade soy candles are a breeze to make and will burn for longer than regular, store-bought ones. Plus, you can customize the strength of the smell by adjusting the amount of essential oils you put into the wax. Get the tutorial at Live Simply. - CountryLiving.com