Spiced Orange: Essentials Video and Essential Oil DIY

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Essentials Video: Spiced Orange Pine Cones

One of the best parts of entering a new season is having the excuse to spruce up your home decorations! Now that it’s fall, it’s time to bring out the cornucopias, artificial fall leaves, pumpkins, and cinnamon sticks! If you love that warm and cozy fall feeling at home, you’re going to definitely want to try this super easy DIY. It’s a wonderful way to enjoy our Spiced Orange Fall Blend and add a little autumn flair to your home at the same time!

Spiced Orange Pine Cones

What you’ll need:

  • 4 oz Witch Hazel
  • 4 oz spray bottle
  • Basket with pine cones
  • 1 large zip-top bag
  • 40 drops Spiced Orange Fall Blend

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What you’ll do:

  1. Add Spiced Orange Fall Blend to the Witch Hazel.
  2. Pour into the 4 oz spray bottle and shake well.
  3. Spray pine cones liberally and place in a large zip-top bag.
  4. Allow your blend to set for 24-48 hours.
  5. Place in a decorative bowl for a festive fall look!

Plant Therapy Spiced Orange Pine Cones DIY

63 thoughts on “Essentials Video: Spiced Orange Pine Cones”

  1. What a great idea! I have also put some of the fall and Christmas essential oils (Pumpkin Pie Spice, Gingerbread, Christmas Tree) on cinnamon sticks and tied them with a ribbon. The scents combine well with the cinnamon and make a nice addition to a decoration or just provide a nice scent in a room. (I put some in my basement.)

  2. This smells amazing! A friend generously let me make this with her Spiced Orange. Definitely need my own bottle. Ready for awesome fall scents in the house.

  3. I have been saving different kinds and sizes of pine cones just because they are pretty. Now I can make spiced orange pine cones! Can’t wait to get them finished. What a great idea.

  4. Will the witch hazel lend it’s scent to the finished product? Would epsom salt and water work in place of the witch hazel?

    1. Corey, the finished product should just smell like the EOs used. As for the epsom salt and water, that is not something that we’ve tried but would love to hear how it turns out for you

  5. Awesome idea I bet it would smell good to add some cinnamon sticks in with the pine cones as well. I can smell the comforting aroma already

  6. I have my pine cones in the zip lock bags and will be putting them out tomorrow. I also added a couple drops of Winter Wassail to the Spiced Orange. It smelled great … I’m sure I will be making Christmas pine cones as well…

    1. Annie, our Spiced Orange Blend is not a Kidsafe blend, and wouldn’t recommend using around any child under 11 years old.

  7. I am loving this blog idea! What better way to bring a touch of fall into the home then with pinecones. My favorite fall scent is the spiced orange as well. In fact I have now ordered 4 to make sure I don’t run out till after Thanksgiving lol. Thanks

  8. Another awesome idea! Love that these fun craft ideas are not only beautiful but beneficial for health! I love to incorporate them in everyday life as much as possible. Going to make these pine cones with my mother 🙂

  9. I’m so happy to see a spiced orange for this fall’s collection…I know it’s going to be a favorite! I will definitely be purchasing and thanks for the great idea with the pine cones.

  10. This is a nice idea. When the kiddos are a little older, we will go pine cone hunting (the best way to obtain them if you ask me) and make these!

  11. Oh my! This looks so easy and festive! I don’t have the fall blends….yet…. So, I may sub Christmas Tree or orange and germ destroyer in the meantime. Thanks for a fun idea!

  12. I’m putting in my ‘fall blends’ order today, this sounds *much* better than those super strong scented pinecone bags outside grocery stores this season!

  13. I have always purchased cinnamon pine cones for the holiday season, so excited that I can revive old ones and make my own! I see beautiful holiday gifts in my future!

  14. was getting ready to place my order and watched to video for the spice orange and now have to add to my order . Love Plant Therapy!!!

  15. These sound like a fun and easy craft to do with the kids. They will be a great alternative to all of the chemical laden artificially scented ones sold in the stores. Thank you for the idea!

  16. Loving this idea 🙂 I love the smells of fall. I have a dog so I don’t diffuse in the living room, but this seems like something I could do? Or would this still be harmfull for dogs?

    1. Plant Therapy is working to get our aromatherapists trained in the usage of essential oils with animals to better help educate our customers. Unfortunately some essential oils cannot be safely used around pets, especially cats and other small animals. In the meantime, You may find this book helpful, “Holistic Aromatherapy for Animals” by Kristen Leigh Bell, in gathering more information on using essential oils with animals. Also the facebook group; http://m.facebook.com/groups/1595932084001505?_rdr

      1. Sorry it took me so long to reply, I totally forgot to check if my question was answered :/. I found Kristins book on amazon so will dive into that one 🙂

  17. Excellent idea. I will be using this for the upcoming fall season, and also use this with a Christmas blend essential oil for the Christmas holidays.
    Thank you

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