Christmas-scented room spray {101 Days of Christmas}

Christmas-scented room spray {101 Days of Christmas}

Christmas-scented room spray

If you’re looking for a safe, non-toxic way to freshen the air in your home and embrace the scents of the season without relying on harmful chemicals or candles that could be dangerous with little ones around, this room spray is the perfect alternative.

Made with essential oils, it’s all natural and diluted enough to be safe (although it should still be sprayed away from pets and small children!). Set your spray bottle so that it sprays a fine mist and mist the air, your linens (curtains, couch, etc.) or even your Christmas tree!

This is also a great alternative to stove-top potpourri if you’re concerned about running your stove all day or the amount of spices and fruit you’ll need to keep it running throughout the holiday season.

Holiday essential oilsSupplies:

  • spray bottle
  • 2 ounces witch hazel or vodka (helps the oils “mix” with water)
  • 2 ounces water
  • 30 drops essential oils*

Plant Therapy 100% Pure Essential Oils

Directions:

Combine witch hazel or vodka and essential oils in a spray bottle and let sit for 1-2 hours.

Add water to the mixture.

Shake well before each use.

Christmas scents:

  • Christmas tree spray: 25 drops fir needle or pine plus 5 drops sweet orange
  • Spicy citrus: 12 drops sweet orange, 12 drops lemon, 4 drops cinnamon bark, 2 drops clove bud
  • Warm & cozy: 10 drops cinnamon bark, 10 drops sweet orange, 7 drops vanilla, 3 drops nutmeg
  • Home for the holidays: 15 drops sweet orange, 10 drops cinnamon bark, 5 drops pine
  • The great outdoors: 18 drops fir needle, 7 drops orange, 5 drops nutmeg

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Love this!! Thanks for the idea! I’ve made room spray before but witch hazel is a new concept for me. Thanks for the scent mixtures too:)

    1. Hi Tori! I think witch hazel (or alcohol) just helps the oil to better mix with the water so that it will disperse in the air.

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