DIY Diffusers

Don’t chuck out those diffuser bottles… Put them to good use and fill your home with beautifully natural scents!

DIY Tropical Diffuser

Ingredients

Instructions

  • In a glass measuring cup, add 60ml of oil or 80ml of water followed by 25-30 drops of Essential Oils.

  • Pour in the alcohol and stir until completely incorporated.

  • Pour the mixture into the container and insert the sticks.

  • After a few hours, flip the sticks over. Repeat every week or so and add more essential oils if needed.

DIY Lavender Diffuser

Ingredients

Instructions

  • In a glass measuring cup, add 60ml of oil or 80ml of water followed by 25-30 drops of Lavender Essential Oils.

  • Pour in the alcohol and stir until completely incorporated.

  • Add the lavender flowers to the container, pour the mixture into the container and insert the sticks.

  • After a few hours, flip the sticks over. Repeat every week or so and add more essential oils if needed.

DIY Vanilla Diffuser

Ingredients

  • 60ml Distilled Water or Safflower Oil
  • 25 - 30 drops Vanilla Essential Oil
  • 1-2 tablespoons Vodka
  • 5-6 Reed Sticks
  • Small Jar or Diffuser Glass

Instructions

  • In a glass measuring cup, add 60ml of oil or 80ml of water followed by 25-30 drops of vanilla essential oil.

  • Pour in the alcohol and stir until completely incorporated. Pour the mixture into the container and insert the sticks.

  • After a few hours, flip the sticks over. Repeat every week or so and add more essential oils if needed.

DIY Orange Diffuser

Ingredients

Instructions

  • In a glass measuring cup, add 60ml of oil or 80ml of water followed by 25-30 drops of orange essential oils.

  • Pour in the alcohol and stir until completely incorporated.

  • Add the orange peel and rosemary to the container, pour the mixture into the container and insert the sticks.

  • After a few hours, flip the sticks over. Repeat every week or so and add more essential oils if needed.

 

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Georgia

As an animal lover and baking enthusiast, Georgia can often be found experimenting with plant-based recipes in her kitchen.

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