Create Homemade Air Freshener With Stove Top Potpourri

10 Minutes
Easy

Whether you are trying to avoid synthetic fragrances, or just want to put a woodstove to double-duty, consider making your OWN air freshener/holiday fragrances with this simmering potpourri recipe. Choose from one of a few recipes perfect for the holiday seasons.
Cranberries, cinnamon, lemon and other holiday spices and natural ingredients make this a welcome way to add winter fragrances to your home. Great for families with allergies, or who are concerned with synthetic chemicals.
Cranberries, cinnamon, lemon and other holiday spices and natural ingredients make this a welcome way to add winter fragrances to your home. Great for families with allergies, or who are concerned with synthetic chemicals.

To see more: http://www.untrainedhousewife.com/why-my-house-smells-amazing-this-christmas-stove-top-scents

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  • Bee13765104
    on Jan 20, 2017

    Hi thanks for this ... will try it...but can you help me with my linen cupboards...i do have several shelves with blankets, sheets and etc but after some time they become smelly (sour smell)....i have tried varies goodies... but still not 100%...i live in South Africa ... very very hot and humid...please advice ...thanks Linda

  • Sdturner
    on Oct 31, 2018

    I am deathly allergic to unnaturally scented products. Perfumes, lotions, sprays, plugins, everything cause almost immediate bronchitis, and I go into pneumonia. So imagine my delight when I saw these! For the first time ever I can use these and enjoy the smell! We need to see more of these!


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