Lavender Linen Spray Project

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Four 2 oz. Bottles

Lavender Linen Spray Project

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Lavender is a fantastic scent for the home because it’s calming and relaxing. This spray can be used on linens, towels, and fabric furniture.
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Lavender Linen Spray Project
Lavender is a fantastic scent for the home because it’s calming and relaxing. This spray can be used on linens, towels, and fabric furniture.

Difficulty: Beginner
Time: 30 minutes

Yield: Four 2 oz. Bottles

 

Ingredients

Four 2 oz. Brushed Aluminum Bottles

4 oz. Lavender Essential Water

5 oz. 99% Isopropyl Alcohol

2 mL (about 40 drops) Lavender Fine Essential Oil

Instructions

  1. In a small container, mix together the Lavender Essential Water and 99% isopropyl alcohol.
  2. Add the Lavender Fine Essential Oil to the container. Use a spoon to mix in the essential oil.
  3. Carefully pour the mixture into the bottles. Stir the mixture after each pour to keep the essential oil dispersed evenly. Place the cap on the bottle. To use, give the bottle a good shake and spray onto linens. Enjoy!

Extended Instructions

 

1

In a small container, mix together the Lavender Essential Water and 99% isopropyl alcohol.

lavender essential water

2

Add the Lavender Fine Essential Oil to the container. Use a spoon to mix in the essential oil.

lavender essential oil

3

Carefully pour the mixture into the bottles. Stir the mixture after each pour to keep the essential oil dispersed evenly. Place the cap on the bottle. To use, give the bottle a good shake and spray onto linens. Enjoy!

pour into bottles

finished product

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Photographer: Amanda Kerzman

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