Discover and save creative ideas

    Homemade natural bug spray recipe

    DIY sweet-smelling natural bug spray will make you smell good at your outdoor wedding instead of stinking of chemicals.

    Lexie's Kitchen | Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Egg-Free -

    Bug spray

    Bug Spray tutorial

    STOP USING DEET! This easy, DIY bug spray is all natural and can easily be made at home. Come check out the full tutorial by Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body.

    Homemade laundry soap

    Keep the mosquitoes and bugs away with this all natural bug b gone bug spray. Simple to make, and smells good, too! Need this for summer!

    3 ingredient spray: 15 drops of lavender oil, 3-4 Tbsp of vanilla extract, & 4-5 Tbsp lemon juice. Put in a bottle and spray away! » have you tried this?

    DIY Spray Bottles | Loving Essential Oils www.lovingessenti... 2 oz. Multi-Color Glass Bottles with Black Fine Mist Sprayer Tops-Set of 20. These atomizer spray bottles are great for misting and sharing perfumes, essential oil sprays, body spritzes, floral waters and other liquid creations. True colored glass bottles, not painted. Perfect for DIY gifts for friends and family.

    Natural Bug Repellents

    Homemade Dish Soap #homemade #frugal #natural

    creamy baby oil = no bites. And you wont smell like bug repellent?! Yes!

    Homemade bug spray 10 dps citronella 10 dps lavender 5 dps eucalyptus 3 dps peppermint 1/2 tsp vinegar 1/2 c warm water In a lil spray bottle!

    Homemade Mosquito Repellents

    Homemade Febreeze

    Don't overpay for chemical laden dusting sprays/furniture polish, our homemade version saves money, is natural, and is SO EASY to make!

    Tutorial: DIY Geodes To make beautiful geodes in your own kitchen you need more patience and time than anything else! Here is the basic recipe to start you off in the world of beautiful geodes.

    Do it yourself refills for any plug-in air freshener. Less expensive and better for your health! I actually tried this, with lavender oil. It's easy and it works. I'm going to do lavender in the spring and lemon in the summer. Such a neat discovery. Going to save so much money this way!