Who doesn't love the aroma of fresh pine during the holidays? Spray this mist on your Christmas tree, bed sheets, guest towels, and more. Spray your rugs before vacuuming or spritz a little on your just washed linens before drying. If you enjoy naturally scenting the home try our recipes for homemade Vanilla Lavender Linen Spray or Pumpkin Spice Linen Mist. This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience, read full disclosure policy.
- 8.5 x 11 inch white card stock
- Spray bottle (or other air tight container)
- Tag punch and Mason Jar die cut (optional)
- Whole punch
- 12 inches of twine in 3 colors
- 3/4 cup distilled water
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- 12 drops winter pine wilderness fragrance oil or pine essential oil
- 1 pipet dropper
- Printable Winter Pine Tags
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In a glass liquid measuring cup add water and baking soda. Whisk until baking soda has blended. Using a funnel pour baking soda water into a spray bottle. Add 12 drops of essential oil or fragrance oil with a pipet dropper. 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.Whole punch the top the tag. Braid twine together and secure tag to the bottle.Shake lightly before each use. A spray bottle with a fine mist is recommended.
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