Fall is in the air, friends! Well, if you’re in the Northern Hemisphere, anyway. Temps are dropping, trees are colorful hues, leaves are falling, pumpkin spice is everywhere. I am HERE for it!
While I’m not a big pumpkin pie fan, and I don’t like pumpkin spice lattes (I don’t like coffee, okay? Can we still be friends?), I LOVE the smells of fall. So I decided to come up with a nice blend that I could diffuse throughout my house and bring myself a little bit more fall cheer.
Fall Diffuser Blend Recipe
It’s pretty much a given that cinnamon and cloves are the two big scents of fall, but that wasn’t enough for me. I wanted something a little sweeter too, with just a hint of vanilla. I knew what I wanted, so it was time to experiment. Let me tell you, friends, some of these oils are so powerful, you really need a light touch with them, particularly for cassia oil.
Without further ado, here is what I came up with.
Go try it and then let me know what you think! Doesn’t it leave your house smelling so nice?? It might be my new favorite blend….until my next favorite blend. 😉
Here’s a quick little graphic you can pin!
Also, while you’re on Pinterest, go check out my Essentially Oiled Machine board. I’ve collected tons of oil recipes and ideas!
If you have any questions about how I use my oils, feel free to reach out to me. I’m happy to answer any I can!
Until next time!
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