Who doesn’t love the aroma of pumpkin spice in their home?
Just one mist of this Pumpkin Spice Room Spray, and you’ll be hooked!! This recipe works well as a linen spray and can be misted over curtains, throw pillows, and more. Try spraying your rugs before vacuuming or spritz a little on your just-washed linens before drying.
No matter how you use this DIY pumpkin spice room spray, I know you’ll constantly be reaching for it too!
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Here’s what you’ll need to make a DIY Pumpkin Spice Room Spray:
- Pumpkin stamp
- Orange stamping ink
- 2 sheets 6 x 6-inch scrapbook paper from Maggie Holmes Collection
- Tag punch and Mason Jar die cut (optional)
- Whole punch
- 12 inches of twine or jute
- 1/2 cup distilled water
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- 6 drops cinnamon essential oil
- 3 drops orange essential oil
- 3 drops clove essential oil
- 5-ounce spray bottle
- 1 pipet dropper
Grab a room spray printable or cleaning checklists in the Life-n-Reflection Resource Library.
How to Make DIY Pumpkin Spice Room Spray:
- Mix 1/2 cup of water and 1 teaspoon of baking soda in a glass liquid measuring cup. Whisk until the baking soda has blended.
- Using a funnel, pour the mixture into a spray bottle.
- Then add each drop of essential oil with a pipet dropper. Close the lid and shake well to combine.
Decorate your room spray bottle with just a few more steps:
- Punch a tag from one sheet of scrapbook paper.
- Using orange ink stamp a pumpkin on the tag and set it aside.
- Die-cut a mason jar from the 2nd sheet of scrapbook paper. Write Pumpkin Spice Room Spray on the back of the die-cut mason jar.
- Line up the stamped tag and mason jar to hole punch.
- Slip through twine and secure the tag to the bottle.
To Use a DIY Room Spray:
This pumpkin spice room spray recipe will fill a five-ounce bottle. And a spray bottle with a fine mist like the one I used, pictured in the photo, is recommended for best use.
To use this DIIY room spray, simply shake it before each use and spray a fine mist into the air.
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P.S. Once you’ve made one room spray, you’ll quickly be craving more – try my Winter Pine Room Spray, perfect for freshening up the kitchen!