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Essential Oil Diffuser Ornaments

Isn’t it funny how the holidays have a certain smell? You know — gingerbread cooking, evergreen trees, cinnamon flavored candies — all my favorite things. Now you can get all the scents of the holiday season in a bottle with Christmas Spirit Essential Oil from Young Living. This is my favorite oil EVER!

We made some Essential Oil Diffuser Ornaments to spread Christmas Spirit throughout our home. And I’m loving it.

Essential Oil Diffuser Ornaments

 What You Need To Make Essential Oil Diffuser Ornaments:

Christmas spirit diffuser

How To Make Essential Oil Diffuser Ornaments:

In a large bowl, stir together the flour, salt, and warm water until a dough starts to form. Knead and work the dough until it becomes smooth.

cutting ornaments out of dough

Roll out using a rolling pin, then cut out ornaments using cookie cutters. Use the straw to make holes in the top of each ornament.

add a string

Decorate using the stamps and ink pad and place on a cookie sheet to air dry for several days. Make sure to flip them every 24 hours so that they will dry evenly. Ours took about 3 days to dry.

stamped ornaments

Once the ornaments are dry, pull string through the holes and tie into a knot. Now you can add a few drops of Christmas Spirit Essential Oil and hang on your tree for the best holiday scent all season long!

Merry Christmas from Totally The Bomb

Want more information about Essential Oils? Check us out here!

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Friday 25th of December 2015

I love essential oils. What a fun way to make your tree smell good.

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