Want to know how to make your home smell nice for the holidays? If you love the smell of the holidays, and want a wonderful aroma to flood your home from the moment you set foot in the door, well, you’re in luck…
Simmering Christmas Pot
There is no easier way to get ready for Christmas than by simmering a pot of delicious-smelling holiday ingredients on the back burner of your stove. The best thing about this potpourri recipe is that you can use whatever you have on hand! Get the tutorial at Half Baked Harvest.
Boost Pine Cones
Sneak a favorite seasonal fragrance into your Christmas decor by spritzing cones with a cinnamon-scented oil. Get the tutorial at Kleinworth & Co.
DIY Applesauce Cinnamon Spice Pomanders and Acorns
Blogger Lisa offers a spicy, cinnamon applesauce dough recipe that smells great and can be used in a variety of ways. Shape into acorns and pomanders for a seasonal decoration, or string them with dried orange slices for a rustic Christmas garland. Get the tutorial at 5 Orange Potatoes.
Asymmetrical Holiday Wreaths
Not down to use mere shrubbery and citrus fruit for your holiday decor? These minimalistic wreaths call for fresh flowers and herbs like rosemary and pepper for a fragrant and stunning wall decoration. Get the tutorial at Paper & Stitch.
DIY Pine Scented Soy Candles
If you’re hosting a Christmas party this year, hand out these adorable DIY candles as favors. Not only will guests be impressed, they’ll love the invigorating pine scent once they get home. Get the tutorial at The Glitter Guide.
Citrus Ginger Mulled Wine
We had to include this one so you could have your holiday scent (and drink your wine, too.) Get the recipe at Hello Glow.