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Faire des bougies parfumées avec des pelures de fruit. L’utilisation des bougies parfumées a une très longue histoire.

Faire des bougies parfumées avec des pelures de fruit

En effet, c’est quelque chose de traditionnel qui perdure encore de nos jours. Elles décorent nos foyers et nos lieux de vie intimes, et elles nous aident à nous détendre. Mais leur utilisation ne s’arrête pas là ! Et oui, la bougie arrive jusqu’à la médecine naturelle ! En effet, ses bienfaits pour la santé et ses huiles essentielles sont vraiment appréciés. Les origines des bougies remontent au début du XIVème siècle.

Les bougies et l’aromathérapie L’utilisation des odeurs comme médiateurs du sommeil ! Ces parfums sont mélangés à de la cire, et la douce fumée que nous aspirons par le nez peut nous apporter plusieurs types de sentiments. Thym : Idéal pour la fatigue mentale.Cèdre : Cette huile inspire courage et optimisme. Comment préparer des bougies parfumées avec des pelures de fruit ? De quoi avons-nous besoin ? Préparation On commence par faire fondre la paraffine dans une casserole au bain-marie. 1. 3. 4. 5. Homespun With Love: Homemade Gel Home Air Fresheners. What does your house smell like?!

Homespun With Love: Homemade Gel Home Air Fresheners

After having our homes closed up during winter, things can get a little musty and not smell as fresh as they should. So what do we do? Easy Homemade DIY Gel Air Freshener Recipe. Ginger Citrus Simmering Spices. If you liked my Spiced Cider Simmering Spices recipe, then you might like this one too: Ginger Citrus Simmering Spices.

Ginger Citrus Simmering Spices

It's easy to make and will make a great addition to your Primitive Recipes. (Note: this is not a's like potpourri and is only meant to be enjoyed as a way to scent your home.) These make the perfect Primitive Gifts, great as hostess gifts or just something to surprise a friend. Ingredients Dried Orange SlicesGinger Root chunksCinnamon SticksWhole ClovesWhole Allspice You will also need your choice of Mason Jars and some raffia for the jar lid. You don't need any precise measurements for this recipe. Scented Ornament. Making Scentsy Journey: Why Scentsy??? The power of smell has always had an affect on my life.

Making Scentsy Journey: Why Scentsy???

It can calm me and provoke memories of times and people long gone. It makes me feel good and I like that! For years I used candles to scent my home but was always concerned about having a lit flame with my children and pets around. Being forgetful sometimes, I worried I might walk out and leave a candle lit. Having lost a childhood home to fire, I know personally know how devastating it can be. My mother had mentioned Scentsy to me a few times. Make Your Own Aromatic Reed Diffusers. As Fall approaches, I love to fill my home with all the warm inviting scents the season brings along.

Make Your Own Aromatic Reed Diffusers

With my precious little guy running around, it’s important to try and find scented alternatives that are not only flameless but safe and non-toxic – unlike most of the commercial fragrances sold in the stores today. Reed diffusers are a great option, especially if you make your own. They work really well in smaller areas since they do not have a very powerful scent throw. They are quite simple to put together and pretty inexpensive plus you have the option to create your own favorite fragrant combinations. Materials Needed:Tall container – preferably glass to safely hold the oilsCorksReeds or Wooden SkewersCarrier Oil {see below}Essential OilsVodka When looking for a reed container, make sure you use one that is made of glass or another material suitable for safely holding the oils. There are many online retailers that sell reeds specifically for diffusers as the porous fibers work best. TRI CRO DA TUKA: LINDOS SACHÊS.

Uma sugestão de lembrancinha para as amigas são estes porta sabonetes/sachê, que ficam lindos e sempre são bem recebidos…capriche!


DIY Scented Hot Pad Coaster. Gel Air Fresheners - Soap Deli News. Easy to Make DIY Room Air Freshener. Christmas Scented Salt-Dough Ornaments : FIG AND FAUNA. By fig + fauna farm on 12/16/11 Every year, we make Christmas ornaments for friends and family.

Christmas Scented Salt-Dough Ornaments : FIG AND FAUNA

Salt dough ornaments are by far a favorite, as they can be painted, molded or cut in any style and they won't break the bank either! This year, we scented our dough with cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger - all the gentle aromas that say "Merry Christmas". We began by making impressions with semi "conventional" items, like wildflowers and sage leaves, but as we got into it and ideas arose, we found ourselves trying out something a little different...

Some ideas came through better than others, but the imprints of chicken feet, toddler fingers and the seasonal flora was a way of marking the time we had - a wonderful time indeed. Christmas Scented Salt-Dough Ornaments : FIG AND FAUNA. Make your own play dough. I like this festive scented play dough by mini eco, but I like looking at the pictures even more!

make your own play dough

Aren’t they great!? Start with the basic recipe, then add a some scents and natural dyes. You can get the full tutorial here. The mini eco website, by the way, is a treasure trove of great tutorials. via Ohdeedoh. How to Make a Simple & Naturally Scented Fabric Softener. Easy to make, low-cost, and totally customizable, these “crystals” will leave your laundry soft and smelling lovely.

How to Make a Simple & Naturally Scented Fabric Softener

The baking soda added in will naturally make whites whiter, and pull out even the toughest stains. Being an alkaline substance (opposite of acidic) it can neutralize the acid in stains that come from various cleaners, urine, or vomit. It is also environmentally friendly and perfect for people who have sensitive skin. Making Perfect Scents in The BULLETIN at Terrain.

It's only January, and we're already itching for a favorite first sign of spring: just enough warm weather to throw open the windows and let the fresh air in at home.

Making Perfect Scents in The BULLETIN at Terrain

But with weeks of winter still in front of us, we've discovered the next best thing: natural, DIY air fresheners, packaged in classic glass vessels and made using just a few fresh ingredients. The how is simple. Based on your own favorite scents, choose a combination of spices, herbs, or fruit that most appeals to you, or keep it simple and choose one of our blends above.

Once you've selected your ingredients, add them carefully into your chosen vessel, fill with purified water, seal, and store in the refrigerator until ready for use. When you're ready to freshen, add the contents of your vessel to a saucepan, bring the mixture to a boil over the stove, and simmer while your fresh fragrance fills the kitchen and nearby rooms. Natural room scents desodorisant naturel. DIY Stovetop Room Scent Recipes. Does your home ever have that not so fresh, yesterday’s dinner mixed with hubby’s gym socks smell? ;) I’m in love with these three natural stove top simmering scents that make your home smell super clean and wonderful! Some of these herbs and extracts you may already even have at home. The idea is to bring to a boil 2-3 cups of water along with fresh fruit, fresh herbs, and extracts. The Best Laid Plans: Autumn Scents and Mug Swap. Natural Room Scents. The lengths people go for achieving uniqueness to their homes is incredible.

Challenges nowadays aren’t that of making some bold design concept or an intriguing decoration, but creating an own natural scent for the room. The steps are quite easy in this regard. Homemade Reed Diffuser. Personalized All Natural Room Scents - Thistlewood Farm. I’ve been growing my own herbs in the window. At first I wasn’t sure what I was going to do with them. I’ve never really grown herbs before. They were on an end cap at Lowe’s calling my name with the tiny clip-on chalkboard tags and the little tin buckets….put there for people just like me who go into Lowe’s to buy a light and come out with an herb kit. I wasn’t sure if they would actually grow. Well….actually I wasn’t sure if I would remember to water them. But I did.