Essential Oil Wood Bead Diffuser | How to Make an Essential Oil Diffus

3 Materials
$4
30 Minutes
Easy
In today's video, I am going to show you how I made this simple and easy essential oil diffuser using items I already had.My inspiration came from Ivory & Oak. They are featuring a sage tassel for $16, I made this on for around $5. Hey, I saved $11.This will make an amazing gift for someone who loves modern farmhouse or boho decor! Christmas will be here before you know it.
Watch Video for Full Tutorial.
Step 1. Create Tassel
I used string from Michaels to create the tassel.I cut down a piece of foam board to 3.5" and wrapped the string around the board about 50 times to get the thickness I wanted.
Step 2. String Beads
I used natural beads and strung them onto some of the string to the size I wanted. I then added 1 bead at the end and feed both sides of the string through it.
Step 3. Add Essential Oil.
Once you are finished all you have to do is add your favorite essential oil to the wood beads.

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Suggested materials:

  • Foam Board   (Dollar Tree)
  • Hot Glue Gun & Sticks   (Amazon)
  • Egyptian Thread   (Michaels)
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  • Kater Kater on Nov 09, 2020

    Step 1...create a tassel .... then nothing apart from wrapping it around a piece of board... there obviously more to it than that.. not all of us spend our days making tassels some of us are amateurs in the heady world of tassel making..

  • Dawn @ Designs By Gaddis Dawn @ Designs By Gaddis on Nov 09, 2020

    I explain everything and show you how I do it in the video.

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