Friday, November 5, 2010
Friday, September 10, 2010
I know, I know I haven't posted in forever! I had a great idea I can just sleep less. Went to bed at 1:00am and got up at 6:00am. That should do it. Cabin business has been good this summer. Dad had garden and is doing good for almost 88. Still part of each day I visit and cook for him.
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Friday, April 10, 2009
- small terra cotta flower pots (about 4 inch height)
- lacy fabric or cheesecloth cut into 8 inch circles
- 30 inches of ribbon
- baking soda
- essential oils
Instructions:First, stop any holes in the bottom of the pots with tape. Fill them with baking soda and mix in about 10 drops or so of your favorite essential oil. Place the circle of fabric over the pot and secure by tying the ribbon around the rim with a bow.
To freshen just stir in a few more drops of oil, and change the baking soda every few months. I love these little pots, they leave a nice, subtle scent without chemicals or synthetic perfumes.
They're lovely in smaller rooms like the kitchen or bathroom, and inexpensive to make. I even used some old lace curtains for the fabric. The only trick is to place them where kids, pets (or you!) won't knock them over too easily.