There are two basic types of homemade potpourri recipes: dried and simmering. Making dried potpourri - the kind that sits around in a bowl, letting off its wonderful scent - is fun, easy and affordable.

There are two basic types of homemade potpourri recipes: dried and simmering. Making dried potpourri - the kind that sits around in a bowl, letting off its wonderful scent - is fun, easy and affordable.

Dried fruit potpourri imparts a zest that fills your home with a crisp, fresh scent perfect for spring! Here's how to best dry your fruit: www.ehow.com/...

How to Make Dried Fruit Potpourri

While floral potpourri is fragrant, potpourri made from dried fruit imparts a zest that fills your home with a crisp, fresh scent. Drying fruit is easy, and part of the fun in making this potpourri is choosing your favorite fruits to mix together.

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17 Faves: Our Big List of DIY Mason Jar Gifts

3 easy DIY fall scents — a room spray, pot simmer and homemade potpourri — that will make your whole house smell like the best season ever.

I think the flowers would kill me, but love the other items plus the idea

Don't Toss Those Flowers! How to Make Homemade Potpourri

great idea if I ever want to justify buying a bunch of flowers - bet i could make oils, teas, and infusions with this method too.

You want to add at least 8 drops of essential oil for each cup of plant material you're using. Two cups of dried flowers = 16 drops of essential oils. Once you've added the oils to the potpourri, place it into a plastic sealable baggie or a jar with a lid and let it soak in for a few days. Place it in a bowl; the scent will last for a few weeks before you need to replenish it. #potpourri

You want to add at least 8 drops of essential oil for each cup of plant material you're using. Two cups of dried flowers = 16 drops of essential oils. Once you've added the oils to the potpourri, place it into a plastic sealable baggie or a jar with a lid

I love this easy recipe for slow cooker potpourri - it smells just like Christmas! I can leave it out all day long and don't have to worry about burning down the house, OR it can be adapted for stove top potpourri too. Plus there's ideas to turning homemade potpourri into an easy homemade Christmas gift! :: DontWastetheCrumbs.com

Slow Cooker Potpourri (Fall and Winter Scents)

I love this easy recipe for slow cooker potpourri - it smells just like Christmas! I can leave it out all day long and don't have to worry about burning down the house, OR it can be adapted for stove (Stove Top Ideas)

Homemade Christmas Potpourri | Make your home smell like Christmas with a few simple ingredients! This smells soooo good and it's so easy to prepare.

Homemade Christmas Potpourri

Homemade Christmas Potpourri | Make your home smell like Christmas with a few simple ingredients! This smells soooo good and it's so easy to prepare.

How to Dry Oranges for Crafts | Easy tutorial for making dried orange slices to use for homemade potpourri, crafts and recipes. #Sponsored

How to Dry Oranges for Crafts

One of the easiest ways to add some holiday charm to your home is with simmering potpourri. The lovely and fresh scent of cinnamon, citrus and other natural elements is welcoming and cozy.

The 5-minute guide to how to make potpourri. It's easy - just follow this potpourri recipe. It makes a nice homemade Christmas gift and I'll share some wrapping tips too.

This 5 minute guide shows you how to make potpourri by drying orange slices and adding cinnamon sticks, anise and pine cones.

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