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.

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  • Cecelia Hazeltine Cecelia Hazeltine on Jan 18, 2017
    DO YOU PUT THE FLAME ON OR JUST LET IT STAND IN THE POT

  • Ann42202684 Ann42202684 on Oct 16, 2019

    when it finished, should I keep in a bottle, or the scense is while boiling?

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  • Sdturner 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!


  • Denise Newman Cuevas Denise Newman Cuevas on Oct 16, 2019

    I have another air freshener "recipe" that I put in the crockpot. Put on high for one hour and then turn to low for the rest of the day. Great for when guests are coming over. I will try this one in the crockpot too.

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