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    DIY Natural Room Scents #DIY #Scent #Airfreshener

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    Cheap and Easy Air Fresheners – DIY Natural Room Scents Who says you have to spend a fortune to cover odors in your home and make it smell wonderful? Actually, you don’t have to spend anything on air fresheners when you can just make them yourself.

  • Amanda Little

    DIY Natural Room Scents. Love this idea for making the house smell amazing.

  • Claire Gillian

    DIY Natural Room Scents - #DIY, #Natural, #Room, #Scents #DIY Don’t miss out! Follow on Facebook and bring more love and life into your home. I was over at one of my favorite blogs called The Yummy Life and I stumbled on this great DIY idea for natural home scents. There’s nothing worse than a house that is full of store bought...

  • Susan Silva

    DIY Natural Room Scents ~ DIY home

  • Brittany Lee

    DIY Natural Room Scents.I tried these today, they really do work! MUST TRY! Cloves, cinnamon, apples and orange quarters work wonders! Lovely home fragrance idea.

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DIY Natural Room Scents (keep them in the fridge ready to simmer anytime)

natural smells for house - I have the lemon/rosemary/vanilla simmering now and it smells wonderful!

Home made air fresheners. Seriously, this is genious and would make an awesome christmas gift!

How to make natural room scents citrus -- I've tried other fruits. Some of them smell good initially, but they don't hold up for more than one use. Citrus is sturdier, longer-lasting, and gives these scent recipes freshness. Lemons and oranges are particularly fragrant and have the best staying power in these scented waters.

DRESS FORMS - I would love to have one of these for my sewing room :-)

DIY Natural Room Scents. Add fragrance to your home using simmering waters infused with spices, herbs, & fruit. Directions at: www.theyummylife....

FRAGRANT COMBINATIONS: 1. Orange, Cinnamon & Spice. 2. Lemon, Rosemary & Vanilla. 3. Lime, Thyme, Mint & Vanilla. 4. Orange, Ginger, & Almond. 5. Pine, Bay Leaves, & Nutmeg. Add water and simmer in a candle warmer, or an open pot on the stove. Scented waters may be refrigerated between uses. Reuse for 2-3 days, or as long as they still have a pleasant fragrance.

Looking to create your own all natural room scents? Use herbs, extracts and citrus to create your own.