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Essential Oil Air Freshener in a Jar

Blossom Lady
Mar 05, 2021 12:29 PM

Keep your home smelling fresh and sweet with these easy DIY mason jar air fresheners! Use baking soda and your favorite essential oils for a pleasant air freshener for any room.

Add your own essential oil air freshener to any room with this quick and easy DIY idea. This decorative mason jar air freshener will really look great in your room and release a sweet scent of your choice. These are so cute that you can make up a bunch and scatter them throughout your home.

The DIY air fresheners offer the perfect amount of freshness to the room, and you can choose whatever scent you like! No being stuck between an ocean breeze and overpowering cherry aroma, I got you covered. Essential oils are so popular these days, so why not utilize them in all areas from cleaning, diffusing, and using in the home. Freshen up your car in a natural way, with these mini mason jar air fresheners. With a few simple ingredients, you can have a homemade car air freshener or even room freshener.

Supplies:

  • Essential oil scent of your choice
  • Small 4 oz mason jar
  • Baking soda
  • Cupcake liner
  • Skewer or other pointy object
Essential Oil Air Freshener in a Jar
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Mar 05, 2021 10:27 PM

Pinned this one!!🙂 Can't always have a candle lit, so this will be interesting to try.

Thanks

Debbie