A hostess will love these ideas for how to make your house smell good including our Holiday Rosemary Wreath Craft and Christmas Scents Essential Oils Blends.
Holiday Rosemary Wreath Craft
This Holiday Rosemary Wreath Craft is something that can be done in a matter of minutes. It can be done with small hands (by the help of mom) or as a DIY Christmas gift creating a creative way to make your house smell good this Christmas season.
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How to Make Your House Smell Good
When our house was on the market in Florida, I got accused of having too many plugins in my home. I was told that it looked liked it masked a foul scent in the home (though that was not true.) I just love a scented home. In fact, scents take me to times and palces all the time, so I gravitate toward them for the rush of a deja vu moment.
There are many ways to make your house smell good. You can spent money on plug-ins, like I did when my house was on the market or you can adapt some of these Fresh smelling home tips.
First, a Holiday Simmer Pot. We shared this one with you last week. It’s great for when you are hosting and want the home to have an inviting smell.
Of course, There are also Essential Oils. You can add a drop of essential oils to already existing potpourri, pine cones, or other absorbent items in your home or you can use an Essential Oil Diffuser and let the scent float into the air while it warms.
Of course, you can Hang fresh herbs. Herbal wreaths give a pleasant aroma. We our Holiday Rosemary Wreath Craft. We shaped Popsicle sticks into a star/snowflake and hung using a beautiful buffalo check ribbon. Supplies and directions listed below.
Christmas Scents Essential Oils
If using Essential Oils in your home, take a look at some of our Christmas Scents Essential Oils. You can blend scents or use them independently. Consider yourself needing cinnamon essential oil. They make up most of the holiday blends.
A few Essential Oil Christmas Scents include…
Candy Cane Essential Oil Blend
Christmas Tree Essential Oil Blend
- 3 drops of balsam fir essential oil
- 3 drops of cedarwood essential oil
- 2 drops of pine essential oil
Gingerbread House Essential Oil Blend
Eggnog Essential Oil Blend
Away in a Manger Essential Oil Blend
- 3 drops of frankincense essential oil
- 3 drops of myrrh essential oil
- 1 drop of sandalwood essential oil
If you don’t want to make your own blends, you also can pick up an already blended set of Christmas Essential Oils.
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Rosemary Wreath Craft Supplies
Get crafting one weekend afternoon with this Rosemary Wreath Craft. A fun and creative way to make your house smell good over the holiday season.
- Craft sticks
- Hot glue/hot glue gun
- Rosemary sprigs
- White acrylic craft paint
- 1 tablespoon water
- Paint brush
- 1.5” buffalo plaid ribbon
Rosemary Wreath Craft Directions
First, glue the ends of 8 Crafts sticks together to look like a star/snowflake. Make sure they are evenly spaced.
In between every two sticks should be shaped like a “V”, glue two craft stick on top of every “V” to look like an inside down “V”.
Mix a tablespoon of white paint with a tablespoon of water to make it into a white wash.
Whitewash the star with a paint brush and your white whitewash paint and let dry.
Measure your rosemary to your craft sticks and cut to the size you need for each craft stick.
Carefully hot glue on rosemary spring to each craft stick and let dry.
Cut a 12” piece of ribbon, wrap around one star point and tie the ribbon.
Hang your Rosemary wreath inside so you can smell it all day.
DIY Christmas Gifts
Presents just mean so much more when they are homemade. It’s easier than you think to get crafty and it’s fun when you can incorporate the kids or even girlfriends. Just add a class of wine for the later!
This craft makes a really fun DIY Christmas Gift. It would be nice for a teacher (your child could participate), for a hostess gift, or even for yourself! It’s inexpensive and easy on the wallet. It isn’t a gift that will go tossed in the drawer and the receiver will always think about it when ever time the pleasant aroma pierces their nose! It’s the gift hat keeps on giving!
Other DIY Christmas Gifts include:
- Pringles Cookie Recipe and Can Craft
- M&M Christmas Jar and Poem with Printable
- we also have plenty more in our Christmas Gift Ideas for Neighbors.
Our Pinterest community and I would love to see how this worked out for you. Share your final craft. Leave a comment and/or add a photo here on Pinterest!
Also take a look at these Edible Christmas Gifts. Pin to Pinterest on your Recipe and Christmas Boards.
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Last Updated on October 25, 2019 by Ashley at Frugal Coupon Living