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Monday, March 14, 2016

Easy DIY Calming Lavender and Vanilla Stove Top Aromatherapy Home Fragrance

Easy DIY Calming Lavender and Vanilla Stove Top Home Fragrance

This is one of my favorite stove top fragrances to make. I like to put it on the stove when the kiddos are being way too rowdy and my patience is running short. It makes me fool calm and groovy and the kids settle down a bit too! No joke! The great thing about this concoction is it's affordable and easy to make. You probably already have everything you need to make this so gather your ingredients and prepare yourself for the smell of awesome.




Easy DIY Calming Lavender and Vanilla Stove Top Home Fragrance


▲▲INGREDIENTS▲▲

2 cups of water

1/3 teaspoon of lavender oil (32 drops)

1.5 tablespoons of vanilla extract
(2 tablespoons if you're using imitation vanilla)



Easy DIY Calming Lavender and Vanilla Stove Top Home Fragrance


 ▲▲HOW TO▲▲

Combine water, lavender oil and vanilla extract into a small saucepan

Bring to a rolling boil on a stove top and allow mixture to boil for 2-3 minutes - just long enough to fill your space with the aroma instantly

Turn the heat down to its lowest setting and chillax.

The mixture will begin to evaporate to half its contents after about thirty minutes. 
Simply add more water to the pan. Repeat this until you've had your feel.


Easy DIY Calming Lavender and Vanilla Stove Top Home Fragrance


SAFETY WARNING: Do not forget about your fragrance on the stove! It will evaporate completely in about and hour and can damage your pans - or worse - so you might want to set a timer to reminder yourself to check on the mixture or to turn the stove off completely.





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2 comments:

  1. Hey mama!!! Oh, this sounds so good!! Maybe I should say it smells good, but I haven't tried it yet. I will though. Thanks!

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  2. Thanks for sharing this, I LOVE the smell of lavender and vanilla, in fact I made a pillow spray that I like to use at night to relax. I'll have to try this downstairs in the kitchen, too. Good tip about the timer, I've done that before :)

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