Tuesday, May 3, 2011


Hello Fabulous Fellow Naturals!

I hope everyone is doing well:)).  From time to time I may a bring a post or two that maybe a little off topic. Today I bring you recipes for linen sprays, one of my many favorite past times is making homemade sprays, oils, spritz, butters, etc.  I love smell goods when I say that I mean my home always smells good with a nice light fragrance of some sort, my bathroom's the very same. Not, to mention they make wonderful gifts for family and friends.   So, hey why not our linen..... below I will post a few really great recipes for you ladies to try on your own ( trust me you will love the wonderful fragrance these recipes carry)  so let's get started:

JASMINE BERGAMOT A heady combination of potent floral and clean citrus, this is a gift for your most romantic and flower-loving friends.

LAVENDER SANDALWOOD Help soothe stress with the relaxing scent of lavender, rooted in the earthiness of sandalwood.

VANILLA GINGER Give the comforting aroma of vanilla, spiced up with a hint of ginger.


2 tablespoons of rubbing Alcohol
1 teaspoon jasmine oil and ½ teaspoon bergamot Essential Oil
1 teaspoon lavender oil and ½ teaspoon sandalwood oil Essential oil
1 teaspoon vanilla oil and 2 drops ginger Essential Oil 

16- or 32-ounce bottle and sprayer

Distilled water

Mix the Rubbing Alcohol and desired oils in a bottle. Add the distilled water until just full, screw on cap and shake to combine. (The alcohol helps disperse the oils evenly throughout the liquid.) Shake lightly before each use.  And......


Thanks for stopping by !:))


ChocolateOrchid said...

OOH, I LOVE THESE!! Thanks for posting this! This is great!

Unknown said...

@Chocolate Orchid..You are quite welcome. Enjoy!

Thanks for stopping by, take care.

Tiffany said...

I want to smell the ginger cause I luv vanilla. I use this all the time with lemon/spearmint/peppermint for the house instead of febreze (which make me fe-sneeze, ha) But you can also use this...on stinky diapers. I just made a spray bottle for my beats that diaper genie thing. Just an fyi, I wish I'd known back when I was still in the diaper business.

Unknown said...

@Tiffany...Mixing the lemon with the mints sounds great! as well I may try that.

Thanks for stopping by Tiffany always a pleasure. Take care.