When you walk into your home…do you love it to smell amazing? I am not talking about the over the counter sprays and plug-ins…I am talking about natural fabulous aroma. It will make the space feel warm and cozy. Of course we had to make a collection for you of 10 Ways To Make Your House Smell Good! It is so very easy to add a fresh scent to the air in no time at all. All you have to do is create one of these simple DIYS such as… Simmering Pot Recipes… Candles surrounded by Coffee Beans… a Yummy Vanilla aroma and so much more! Oh and remember one thing…NOTHING makes the house smell better than an Apple Pie Baking in the oven…talk about happy!
Is there any better smell than fresh coffee brewing the morning? Well here is a way you can fill the air with that delicious aroma any time of the day. All you need to do is take vessel … could be a glass…a tea cup…a tin…whatever your heart desires. Fill it half way with coffee beans (different flavors will smell fabulous too.) Then snug a candle into the beans…light and enjoy! I have done this and I used a vanilla scented candle with the coffee beans and all I can say is WOW! Love this Idea over at The Brides Cafe!
I am someone that really can’t handle any artificial smells (I know…it’s unfortunate by perfume…scented anything gives me a huge migraine) and I know that many others have that problem also so this All Natural Homemade Potpourri by Julie Blanner will make you happy! A combination of spices and dried fruit magically create the most amazing aroma. You can use this in a beautiful bowl (Farmhouse lovers…how about a dough bowl : ) or you can simmer it on top of the stove. Drop by and get your DIY…GREAT for gifts too!
Time for yet another All Natural Simmering Pot Potpourri over at Thistlewood Farms. When Lemon and Rosemary scents marry…it is like a little piece of heaven!
This is one of my favorite combinations…it sings Holidays! Of course it is all natural…filled with Orange slices…Cranberries…Rosemary…Cinnamon Sticks and more…you can even add a few drops of vanilla into the mix to elevate it another notch. Simmer this combo up slowly and your home will be filled with happiness. This makes an amazing gift and we even give the directions on a fun tag. There is even a variation where you can add a candle…come on and see the DIY at The Cottage Market.
Ashley over at Sugar & Cloth is going to show you how to make a DIY Reed Diffuser in 5 minutes and it will have the house smelling great! Some Essential Oil and a few more ingredients…you are done! Looks great and smells great too.
This little DIY is especially perfect in the Winter Months. The Soap Queen is going to show you how to make your very own scented pinecones! You can use them in a beautiful bowl…tray…dough bowl or anything your heart desires. You can make a wreath…Christmas Ornament and more! Drop by and get the DIY!
Add a touch of citrus to the air and at the same time kill bad smells and bacteria! Drop by One Good Thing By Jillee is going to show you how to Clean and Sanitize your Garbage Disposal and make the air smell fresh!
Who wouldn’t want their home to smell like Coffee Cake??? It is really easy and no calories : ) Just gather these goodies…simmer and voila! That smell would be welcome any day of the week no matter what the Season.
This DIY Citrus Air Freshener will always make your space smell clean and fresh. It’s so simple to make…just hop on over to Live Simply and you will see!
Here’s a blast from the Past. Pam from The House of Hawthornes is showing us how to make Clove Oranges and they will make the house smell Holidaylicious!
As always here at The Cottage Market we would like to send out tons of APPAWS and APPLAUSE to all of our blogger friends for sharing their talents and creativity with us! We want them to know that they are appreciated and loved. You are going to adore exploring their blogs for more outstanding DIY’s and inspiration. As always…ENJOY & CREATE!
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