How To Make Holiday Blends To Diffuse and Spray

How To Make Holiday Blends To Diffuse and Spray
Holiday blends seem to have a way of making your house smell oh!!, so inviting. Not all aromas for the holiday season are centered around food. Some of us like the smell of sweet perfumes and aromatic room enhancers.

However, for those of you that like food scents there's nothing like the smell of cinnamon and orange during the holiday season. Looking for a way to enhance your environment with room sprays. Here's a recipe to do just that. Spicy and sweet, we've got you covered.

Cinnamon and Orange Holiday Room Spray


18 drops of Sweet Orange essential oil
18 drops Cinnamon Leaf essential oil
2 fluid ounces distilled or purified water
2 ounce amber mist bottle


1. In a bottle, combine your essential oils and water.

2. Replace your lid and shake until well blended.

3. Mist into the air when ready to use. Be sure to shake well before each use.

Looking for a way to have a constant emission of perfumed aroma in the air? Try making a holiday blend to diffuse.

Holiday Blend to Diffuse


6 drops Sweet Orange essential oil
5 drops Lavender essential oil
4 drops Peppermint essential oil
3 drops Pine essential oil

An essential oil diffuser


1. In your diffuser, combine the essential oils

2. Operate diffuser according to instructions

3. Refresh with additional oils whenever needed.

Holiday aromas

This time of the year, you’ll find so many forms and variations for holiday blends. Everything from scented candles to scented wreaths and brooms. They make great additions to your front doors and hallways.

Try your hand at making these holiday blends and see just how much it enhances your space. You can actually make it a family affair. Your friends and family will thank you for it.

That's it for this week. Until next time ...

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