Essentials Video: Fall-Inspired Cinnamon Bark Passive Diffuser

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Essentials Video: Fall-Inspired Cinnamon Bark Passive Diffuser

Fall is in the air! Bring some of those amazing seasonal touches inside your home with this Fall-Inspired Cinnamon Bark Passive Diffuser. All you need is a vase and some pinecones, acorns or other dried items. Once you arrange the fall items in your vase, add a few drops of Coffee and Cinnamon Bark. It will fill your home with the cozy, warm scents of fall! When you notice the aroma has faded, just add more drops to keep the cinnamony aroma fresh.

Essentials Video: Fall-Inspired Cinnamon Bark Passive Diffuser

Fall-Inspired Cinnamon Bark Passive Diffuser

What you’ll need:

  • Medium-Sized Glass Vase
  • Pinecones
  • Acorns
  • Other dried material (dried orange slices, twigs, etc)
  • 6 drops Cinnamon Bark
  • 2 drops Coffee

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What you’ll do:

Arrange all of your pinecones, acorns, and other dried materials in your glass vase. When finished, drop 6 drops of Cinnamon Bark and 2 drops of Coffee Essential Oil into your vase and give it a small shake. Enjoy the warm scent of cinnamon and coffee in your home.

*Disclaimer: Be sure to avoid contact with the skin. Use gloves to dispose of materials after.

KidSafe: No

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2 thoughts on “Essentials Video: Fall-Inspired Cinnamon Bark Passive Diffuser”

  • I LOVE THIS! But I have a 4 and 10 year old and was wondering if there are substitute oils that can be used for a similar scent that is kid safe?

    1. I don’t know about a direct substitution as Coffee is a quite unique oil. But you could try blending Cardamom or even Black Pepper with Copaiba or Vanilla Oleoresin.

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