Seasonal Scents

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The Christmas Season brings wonderful scents from cooking and baking that fill up the house.  Why not add a little something special with these fun DIY aromatic projects?  Smells of pine, fir, citrus and an assortment of essentials oils and spices linger in the air and give your home an inviting and cozy feeling.  Create some of these amazing fragrances to have on hand for visitors or get crafting and cross some gifts off your list.  These recipes are sure to please and will make some lasting memories for your senses.

 

Make the Best of What's Around - Scented Pine Cones

Make the Best of What’s Around – Scented Pine Cones

 

Martha Stewart - Scented Sachets

Martha Stewart – Scented Sachets

 

BuzzFeed - Coffee Votives

BuzzFeed – Coffee Votives

 

Relish - Reed Diffusers

Relish – Reed Diffusers

 

Cook, Quilt, Make & Bake - Balsam Fir Scented Sachets

Cook, Quilt, Make & Bake – Balsam Fir Scented Sachets

 

Women's Day - Spices

Women’s Day – Spices

 

Every Day with Rachel Ray - Scented Teacup Candles

Every Day with Rachel Ray – Scented Teacup Candles

 

Charming Christmas - Spiced Fruit

Charming Christmas – Spiced Fruit

 

Architecturas.com - Cedar Sprig Candles

Architecturas.com – Cedar Sprig Candles

 

Vintage Rose Winter Wonderland - Noel Sachet

Vintage Rose Winter Wonderland – Noel Sachet

 

Etsy - Kaleda, Christmas Scented Topiary

Etsy – Kaleda, Christmas Scented Topiary

 

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I find that my personal design style is always changing to some degree, but I would have to say that I am a Country girl at heart.  I love the comfort, coziness, and relaxed feel that it embodies.  I do love to add a bit of Modern elements into the mix to make it more current.
9 Comments
  • Carrie
    December 11, 2012

    Gotta try the coffee votives…I bet that would be amazing to have your house smell like coffee all day!

  • Samantha
    December 11, 2012

    These look like fun and yummy ideas.

  • Amber1616
    December 11, 2012

    I have to try the oranges decorated in cloves. Just gorgeous!

  • Gina
    December 12, 2012

    These are great ideas! I use scented pine cones around Christmas and they always make my house smell nice, but next year I may change it up with one of these ideas : )

  • Lynn Firth
    December 12, 2012

    Excellent ideas and gift projects!

  • Dora
    December 12, 2012

    The pine cone idea looks like such a fun and easy project!

  • Sandy
    December 12, 2012

    Lovely way to capture the yuletide spirit. We’re going to try the oranges with cloves!

  • Ben C
    December 17, 2012

    Cute!

  • Deniece
    January 9, 2013

    I made the coffee votives for our Christmas party, they were a hit. Thanks so much for the lovely idea.

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