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Easy DIY Christmas Spirit Room Spray

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Are you in need a last minute Christmas gift?

Today was the last chance I'd have to give my youngest two children's teachers a gift before the kids started their holiday break. I tend to be one of those people who will procrastinate until the last minute for the Holidays. Heck ALL the TIME! Rather than just give a boring gift card I thought it would be nice to give a thoughtful gift that was made with love the teachers could use and enjoy right away. There are so many DIY projects out there but, I wanted something simple & easy that I could make with what I already had on hand. With a couple of spray bottles and an abundance of essential oils, I settled on making a room spray with the Christmas Spirit blend. IT SMELLS SO GOOD! Christmas Spirit​ is a sweet, spicy blend of Orange, Cinnamon, and Spruce essential oils that tap into the happiness, joy, and security associated with the holiday season. It is great for purifying the air & helping to manage your emotions. A great oil for anytime of the year!​

What you'll need to make this spray:

• 2 oz. Amber glass spray bottle (I get mine HERE. )


• 1 TB Witch Hazel (I use this brand.)

Christmas Spirit Essential Oil blend ( Get yours oils HERE.) • 2oz. Distilled or Purified water

Directions: ​

First, Add 1 TB of Witch Hazel to the glass bottle. This will help the oils to disperse throughout the water so that they don't float on top.

Then, drop in about 15 drops of Christmas Spirit essential oil into the bottle with the Witch Hazel. Next, add your distilled or purified water to your glass bottle and screw the top on. Gently shake the bottle to mix the ingredients together. Finally, print out a label or sticker to tell the recipient what they're getting. ( I made some cute labels using printable Avery business cards that I had.)

Give your room spray a test spray & your gift is good to go!

💥DONE! Super simple😊

Get your own oils HERE😊 Be Oily, Be Blessed, Be Well💗

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