How to make French Lavender & Rose Sachets for Love, Faith & Prosperity

Pretty Lavender Sachets filled with fragrant French Lavender and other dried botanicals are easily tucked in a drawer.  Used to scent your lingerie drawer, clothes, linens or hang in a closet or a doorknob.  They keep clothes smelling fresh, repel moths and insects.  These little treasures are always a welcome gift perfect for bridal showers and wedding favors and so quick and easy to make. Nice to keep in your car or add as a stocking stuffer!

If you sew, you can fashion simple ones to very ornate.  If you are short on time or do not like to work with fabrics, you can certainly buy sachets ready to fill with the recipe below, scented with essential oils

French Lavender & Rose Sachets for Love, Faith & Prosperity

Combine:
1 cup dried Red or Pink Rose Petals • 1 ½ cups dried French Lavender Buds •
½ cup dried Chamomile Flowers  •  ½ cup dried Spearmint.

Gently blend mixture together.  To this dried mixture add the following essential oils:
10 drops French Lavender  •  8 drops Bergamot  •  5 drops Geranium

Once blended, proceed to fill up your chosen sachets.  Some just need to be tied, or you can attach a pretty ribbon and print a lovely hang tag.  You can also attach a small glass vial with the essential oil blend above.  To renew the scent, add a drop or two to the dried mixture.  Store any unused potpourri in a glass jar.

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About Aromatherapy Contessa

I love creating aromatic blends with essential oils whether for my Arlys Naturals product lines, for fun, or for customer special orders. I'm just drawn into the veil of mystery that nature has provided through these living plants, not just in their aromatic properties, but also their natural healing properties.
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