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  • Johanna Lese - Catts

    Homemade gel air freshener. Just made these and now my whole house smells amazing!

  • Marsha Monoskey

    Just made these and now my whole house smells amazing! Quick and easy idea, love them.

  • Chiara Timmons

    Air Freshner- Just made these and now my whole house smells amazing!

  • Kimberly Bunke

    Just made these and now my whole house smells amazing! Make your own air fresheners. Into each jar, drop a few drops (I repeat...a few...it doesn't take more than 2 or 3) of food coloring. Then, put in about 30 drops of essential oil, give or take. The more essential oil you put in, the stronger the smell. Now for the fun part. Gather up 4 envelopes of unflavored gelatin, a tablespoon of salt, and 2 cups of water.

  • Jade B

    Homemade Air Freshener. Another Pinner said: Just made these and now my whole house smells amazing!

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