Simple No-Sew Sachets - Everyday Essentials

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Simple No-Sew Sachets

These lovely little sachets are the perfect compliment to any gift. Use on top of the gift, with a beautiful tag for a fun embellishment. They are so simple to make, you can involve your kids or mass produce these to give out to neighbors or teachers! Once again, Mandi has found a way to make this an easy task.

What you’ll need:
  • Several muslin or organza bags
  • Rice, chamomile flowers, lavender buds or even plain oatmeal would work to use as filler
  • 3-5 drops of essential oils for each bag you’ll be making
What you’ll do:
  1. Place your filler in a small glass dish
  2. Add your essential oils, stir a bit to combine
  3. Scoop the filler into the small bags and tie shut!
  4. You’ve got a perfect compliment to adorn your gifts or a stand-alone addition to a gift basket!

 

A few scent combinations to get your started:

  • Use 3-5 drops of Tangerine or Sweet Orange with the chamomile flowers
  • Drop 3-5 drops of Vanilla onto  your lavender buds
  • 3-5 drops of Cinnamon and Clove on your rice would be lovely
  • Alternately, use Cedarwood for use in the closet to keep clothes fresh and moth-free

Photo courtesy of Mandi Ehman from www.lifeyourway.net

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2 thoughts on “Simple No-Sew Sachets”

  • How long do these last before the essential oils can no longer be smelled? Like if it was just the rice with EO’s on it? I know the herbs would last longer but EO’s evaporated so quickly I wonder how long it would last in a sachet?

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