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  • Mandy Fullem

    Homemade potpourri! Stove top Christmas scent! One batch stays good for weeks, you just add water and heat it on low whenever you want it

  • Christy Hendrix

    Stove top Christmas scent! One batch stays good for weeks, you just add water and heat it on low whenever you want it #Christmas #stovetop #potpourri

  • Colleen

    Stove top Christmas scent! One batch stays good for weeks, you just add water and heat it on low whenever you want it to make your house smell like the holidays!

  • Misty Mathis

    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!) Holiday Stove Top Potpourri Mix one whole orange or just the orange peel 1/2 cup cranberries 1 Tbsp. whole cloves 3 sticks of cinnamon or a small handful of small pieces of cinnamon a bit of grated nutmeg if desired Quarter the orange. Put all the ingredients into a saucepan. Fill pan with water. Place on the stove on the smallest burner, on the lowest setting. Refill water as needed. It’s just that easy. I love to use an orange that is starting to get old… or just use the peel of an orange. Another important tip is don’t allow the water to completely evaporate. I always refill the water when I turn it on. One mix stays good for weeks. With heating the mix does turn brown, but continues to smell wonderful, so I usually make only batch in a season. It’s not the Holidays without the delicious scent… it makes me think of cranberry sauce or wassail. Yum.

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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!)

Smells better than candles, I bet.

Homemade Christmas Potpourri...(good use for the mini dip Crockpot that I never use!)

Make your home smell of Christmas. //one whole orange, or just peel. 1/2c cranberries. 1tbsp. whole cloves. 3 sticks cinnamon. a bit of nutmeg. quarter the orange, put all ingredients in and fill w/h2o. place on smallest burner, set at lowest setting. refill water as needed. continue to refill water as needed, should last all season

Putting this on first thing in the am! Christmas Scent on the Stove Top. I bet this smells so good! #Christmas #diy

A neat use of fruit to decorate a table, cheaper than flowers

Christmas-y Simmering Potpourri. I love each smell seperately, so I know I'm going to love them all together! :o)

Recipes for making your home smell fresh without chemicals. She's got lots of great all natural stuff, too!

  • Jennifer H

    I love this idea! I love to have a fresh smelling house with all the chemicals! Great idea!!!!

  • Glam a la Mode

    This is great! Thanks for sharing ♥

another natural Christmas idea...wow! Add some green and red glitter! I love this idea!

Christmas Scent from Food.com: This makes an excellent gift. Make sure you make some for yourself too though because it really smells wonderful. Please note, you need to use whole cloves. Ground cloves are much stronger and will definitely overwhelm the other scents. If you aren't a fan of cloves, feel free to leave them out entirely. I do sometimes.