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How to Make Peppermint Essential Oil

How to Make Peppermint Essential Oil

a collection of 50 fantastic essential oil recipes for your diffuser, gathered from around the web!

50 Essential Oil Recipes You've Got To Try In Your Diffuser

DIY home fragrances-- just like a William's Sonoma Store!

DIY Home Fragrance (like a Williams Sonoma Store)

DIY Clove Oil

How to Make Clove Oil

How To Make Your Own Reed Diffuser: Reed diffusers are easy to make and work great to freshen the air in your home!

How To Make Your Own Reed Diffuser | Practically Functional

how to make dried fruit potpourri; for apple slices:; for citrus:

How to Make Dried Fruit Potpourri | eHow

how to dry orange peels in the oven another link (air dry 3-4 days) : how to dry lemon peels link: for citrus peels:

How to Dry Orange Peels in the Oven | eHow

Nifti Crafts, Homead Stuff, Stores Bought Potpourri, Christmas New Years, Gifts Ideas, Dry Fruit For Potpourri, Holidays Ideas, Rustic Christmas, 2014 Holidays

How to Dry Fruit for Potpourri | eHow

how to make dried fruit potpourri in the oven with potpourri recipe 1 dried lemon slice 2 dried orange slices; 2 dried pear slices; 3 dried apple slices; 5 cinnamon sticks; 1/2 cup whole cloves; 1/4 cup whole allspice; 11 tsp ground nutmeg 2 bay leaves

Scents of the Season - Dried Fruit Potpourri - Just Us Four

one of the 12 natural ways to make your home smell amazing (potpourri)

12 Natural Ways to Make Your Home Smell Amazing

stove top potpourri neighbor gifts - Three recipes + a free printable!

simmering potpourri recipes

DIY rosemary oil ~ drying herbs (use leaves only) is important to prevent molds in oil. use double boiler/crockpot. simmer on low heat for 3 hrs. strain oil, store and keep on a cool , dry place.

How to Extract Oil From Rosemary | eHow

DIY scented oils for burning ~ dried citrus peels and/or dried rosemary; carrier oil (grape seed/sweet almond/safflower); sterilized bottle; mix; cover and set on a warm place for 24 hours (top of ref or crock pot)

How to Make Scented Oils for Burning | eHow

DIY liquid potpourri oil another link: this link uses spices and a tsp of rubbing alcohol (I'll be using vodka) to a small saucepan (I'll use a potpourri pot) and see how it goes...

How to Make Your Own Liquid Potpourri Oil | eHow

Video:DIY lavender oil. Lavender oil is great for relaxation, and it can be made by putting dried lavender leaves in a jar with sweet almond oil or olive oil. Read more : links:

How to Make Lavender Oil | eHow

Video: DIY sage essential oil. Sage oil can have a sedative effect in high doses, so it's important to check with an aromatherapist before attempting to make sage oil. Infuse the scent of sage into vegetable oil in a dark bottle with help from the creator of a line of aromatherapy products in this free video on making sage oil. Read more :

How to Make Sage Oil | eHow

Video: DIY grapefruit oil A grapefruit oil begins with taking the skin off of a grapefruit, drying it in the oven and keeping it in a dark jar Read more :

How to Make Grapefruit Oil | eHow

Video: DIY mint essential oil: mint oil can be made by combining mint leaves with a carrier oil in a dark jar that can be stored for awhile Read more :

How to Make Mint Oil | eHow

Video: How to Make Oils

How to Make Oils | eHow

DIY cinnamon potpourri oil another link:

How to Make Cinnamon Potpourri Oil | eHow

DIY liquid potpourri (using roses)

How to Make Homemade Liquid Potpourri | eHow

DIY air freshrner ideas; adding 1 1/2 tsp. vegetable oil helps with binding the scents and rapid water absorption. Be doing this next time I do crockpot potpourri

Homemade Air Fresheners

Homemade potpourri recipes – Snappy Living There are two basic types potpourri: dried and simmering. Making dried potpourri – the kind that sits around in a bowl, letting off its wonderful scent – is a great hobby. It costs less than buying it at a store, and you get to come up with your own custom fragrances and mixes. It also makes for a lovely and inexpensive gift. But there’s a lot to the process. If drying and curing and stirring is more hassle than you want to get ...

Homemade potpourri recipes