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 Winter Pine Room Spray

The wonders of fresh pine needles…

Have you ever opened up the dishwasher only to realize you didn’t start it when you thought you did a few days ago? 

Yes, you are welcome for that visual!

Unfortunately, the kitchen is full of odors just like that. So, often times you need something strong, but not heavy like a floral perfume.

I’ve found that the aroma of fresh pine has a knack for covering up stinking odors. Let it work it’s magic in your kitchen with this all natural Winter Pine Room Spray. All you need is just 3 ingredients!

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Supply List for DIY Winter Pine Room Spray:

1/2 cup distilled water

1 teaspoon baking soda

12 drops pine essential oil

1 spray bottle


8.5 x 11-inch white card stock

1 pipet dropper


Tag punch and Mason Jar die cut (optional)

Hole punch

12 inches of twine in 3 colors

Printable Winter Pine Tags

How to Make DIY Winter Pine Room Spray:

In a glass, liquid measuring cup add water and baking soda. Whisk until the baking soda has blended. Using a funnel pour baking soda water into a spray bottle.
Add 12 drops of pine essential oil to the spray bottle. Close the lid and shake well to combine.
Embellish your linen mist bottle with just a few more steps:
Punch or cut a tag from the printed sheet of winter pine room spray tags. Hole punch the top the tag. Braid twine together and secure the tag to the bottle.

Shake lightly before each use. A spray bottle with a fine mist is recommended. This recipe yields five ounces.

Winter Pine Room Spray

P.S. If you enjoy naturally scenting the home try my recipes for handmade Vanilla Lavender Linen Mist or Pumpkin Spice Room Spray.

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    1. Normajean says:

      What is the purpose of the baking soda in this recipe?

      1. lifenreflection says:

        It helps keep the water fresh and the spray last longer. If you substitute the water for witch hazel, hydrosol, or vodka then you can skip the baking soda.

    2. Hello again I just noticed your comment on the baking soda I do use the witch hazel do it’s good to know that there is another product to use to preserve the spray.
      Also did you use 4 or 5 oz bottles. Thanks 😊
      Jeannie W

      1. lifenreflection says:

        I used a 4 ounce bottle Jeannie. You can cut the water a bit if needed. I the baking soda helps preserve the spray a little, I make them in small bottles and use them up in 2 months.

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