12 Best Essential Oil Blends
For Fall Room Sprays
You can make your own DIY Fall room sprays, so that you can enjoy the autumn scents of essential oil blends that you make yourself.
You’ll set a lovely mood, when you spritz your home with these warm and comforting aromas.
When it comes to choosing between an aerosol can of store bought air freshener and a homemade essential oil spray, the choice is clear for me.
Fortunately, this is an easy project.
Make a bottle for yourself and make more to give as gifts.
A single spray is a thoughtful little gift by itself or you can add room spray to a gift basket or care package.
You can make just one spray, but it is easy to get carried away a make a whole bunch of them.
There is one ingredient in the spray that may come as a surprise to you, Epsom salt.
The spray is made with distilled water and essential oils.
Water and oil don’t mix, even when that oil is drops of an essential oil.
When you add Epsom salt, it helps keep the essential oils emulsified in the water.
First, take a look at the supplies and instructions.
Then, choose a blend from my list of 12 Fall scents.
You may end up with a single fragrance that is a favorite or you may want to make one of each for variety.
When you are gathering your ingredients, you can purchase individual essential oils.
Or you can get a large kit, so that you have a variety to use in this project and elsewhere in your home.
Have fun and enjoy!
DIY Fall Room Sprays
1) Put a pinch of epsom salt in a small bowl.
2) Add your favorite essential oil blend (see below) drop by drop to the bowl.
3) Use a funnel to fill a small bottle almost to the top with room temperature distilled water.
4) Then, add the scented salts to the bottle and shake well.
5) Download the free printable room spray labels and affix a label to your spray bottle.
1) Crisp Fall Morning
2) Apple Orchard
3) Cozy Warm At Home
5) Crunching Leaves
6) Welcome Fall
7) Fresh Fall Wreath
8) Piles of Flannel
9) Autumn Air
10) Fall Fresh Air
11) Spiced Cider
12) Spiced Chai
Click HERE to download the room spray labels, so you can print and add one to your bottle.
Which one of these DIY Fall room sprays will you make first?