naturally scented sachets are the PERFECT, easy unique gift for anyone on your list!

Have you ever made your own naturally scented sachets?

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This is a good one.

I love this DIY for so many reasons:

1. It’s EASY (perfect kids’ activity! they’re always home!)

2.It’s very inexpensive (rice, a bottle of essential oil and some drawstring bags)

3.It’s versatile (depending on the oil you add these can be tucked away in drawers, linen closets, gym bags, car cupholder, etc. etc. – see the recipe for more ideas!)

4.It’s gender-neutral (it can be challenging to gift a male teacher or coach – spicy or woodsy oils are always a hit!)

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Simply mix the rice in a bowl with your choice of oil – or a blend – and pour into the drawstring bags. You can tie a sprig of lavender or other herb to the bag, or put a few in a pretty bowl to add to your gift.

They smell amazing!

I’ll sometimes fill a small dropper bottle with more of the oil (or the blend, if using more than one oil), so the recipient can refresh the sachets as needed.

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My personal favorite is a combo of Citrus Fresh and Northern Lights Black Spruce – what are you thinking?


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For each sachet you will need:
1/4 – 1/3 cup uncooked white rice
20 – 30 drops essential oil – Lavender, Lemon, Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Cinnamon Bark, Pine
linen, cotton or burlap drawstring bag

Pour the rice into a bowl and add the oil(s). Stir to thoroughly coat the rice, then transfer to your bag.

(print this recipe)

This delicious recipe brought to you by Sheri Silver

Suggested uses:

Place in a pretty bowl in the bathroom or in a guest room.

Tuck in a drawer or linen closet.

Put one (or more!) in a gym bag.

Pack in a suitcase.

Stuff in “less than fresh” shoes or sneakers.

Slip into a pillowcase.

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