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Solid Sachet/Air Fresheners



Another wonderful idea from reader Laurie!


I have all these lovely Milky Way molds but don't like using them for soap anymore. So one day I had the idea of making Solid Drawer Sachet/Air Fresheners. These could be used for sun catchers, ornaments, linen closets, hang on the closet wall, under the seat of the car...


The recipe is:


1 Part beeswax
2 Parts soy wax
Fragrance
Colorant-be careful in case it may stain clothing or any other material it may come in contact with.


Pour a thin layer into the bottom of the mold. The trick for easy release is to dust the molds with talc or baby powder.


Many thanks, again, to reader Laurie for sharing this idea with us!


Have something you'd like to share? Submit it to


Another wonderful idea from reader Laurie!


I have all these lovely Milky Way molds but don't like using them for soap anymore. So one day I had the idea of making Solid Drawer Sachet/Air Fresheners. These could be used for sun catchers, ornaments, linen closets, hang on the closet wall, under the seat of the car...


The recipe is:


1 Part beeswax
2 Parts soy wax
Fragrance
Colorant-be careful in case it may stain clothing or any other material it may come in contact with.


Pour a thin layer into the bottom of the mold. The trick for easy release is to dust the molds with talc or baby powder.


Many thanks, again, to reader Laurie for sharing this idea with us!


Have something you'd like to share? Submit it to


Another wonderful idea from reader Laurie!


I have all these lovely Milky Way molds but don't like using them for soap anymore. So one day I had the idea of making Solid Drawer Sachet/Air Fresheners. These could be used for sun catchers, ornaments, linen closets, hang on the closet wall, under the seat of the car...


The recipe is:


1 Part beeswax
2 Parts soy wax
Fragrance
Colorant-be careful in case it may stain clothing or any other material it may come in contact with.


Pour a thin layer into the bottom of the mold. The trick for easy release is to dust the molds with talc or baby powder.


Many thanks, again, to reader Laurie for sharing this idea with us!


Have something you'd like to share? Submit it to

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