Everything Spring Closet & Drawer Sachet DIY - Everyday Essentials

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Everything Spring Closet & Drawer Sachet DIY

Spring is here and it is time to start changing the furnace filters, eliminating all of the winter dust, and cleaning out your closets to make room for these beautiful DIY Closet and Dresser Drawer Sachets! When paired with a blend from our new Everything Spring set, these sachets are just what you need to make your stuffy closets and drawers a little less… stuffy. And as an added bonus, your clothes will smell amazing! Be sure to check out the pdf to find printable tags you can attach to each of your sachets.


1. Gather all of your supplies.

Everything Spring Sachets

You’ll need a 6×12 inch piece of fabric, hem tape, a ruler, ¼ cup Epsom Salt, ½ cup White Rice, and 18-20 drops of your favorite Everything Spring blend. 


2. Fold your fabric into a 6×6 square.

Everything Spring Closet & Dresser Drawer Sachets


3. Measure out and cut two 6-inch pieces of hem tape to fit two sides of your square. 

Everything Spring Closet & Dresser Drawer Sachets


4. Lay your hem tape on the edges of the patterned side of your fabric and iron each side for about 30 seconds.

Everything Spring Closet & Dresser Drawer Sachets

Wait about 30 more seconds for the hem tape to dry before moving on to the next step. 


5. Turn the fabric out so that the patterned side is facing outward.

Everything Spring Closet & Dresser Drawer Sachets


6. To make your filling, combine your white rice, Epsom salt, and essential oils. 

Everything Spring Closet & Dresser Drawer Sachets

You’ll need ¼ cup Epsom salt, ½ cup white rice and 18-20 drops of Rainy Days, Fresh Meadow or Spring Dawn.


7. Using a measuring cup or scoop, fill your sachet.

Be sure to leave enough room to close your sachet at the end. 


8. Measure out a piece of hem tape for the final edge.

Everything Spring Closet & Dresser Drawer Sachets

Once measured and cut, attach it to the inside edge of your sachet and iron shut. 

Everything Spring Sachets

Ta-da! You are done! Place your beautiful sachet inside your dresser drawer for a clean and spring-filled experience. 


Everything Spring Closet & Drawer Sachet

Everything Spring Closet & Dresser Drawer Sachets DIY

What you’ll need:

What you’ll do:

Fold your fabric to make a 6×6 in. square. Cut hem tape for two sides. Lay hem tape on the edges of the patterned side of the fabric. Iron each side with tape for about 30 seconds. Allow drying for about 30 seconds. Turn the fabric out so the patterned side is facing outward. In a bowl, mix Epsom salt, rice, and essential oil. Fill sachet with the desired amount of mixture. Close final sachet edge with hem tape and iron for 30 seconds to seal. Place in a dresser drawer for a refreshing, spring-like aroma.

For a printable version, click here.


7 thoughts on “Everything Spring Closet & Drawer Sachet DIY”

  • Is it possible that the oils will leak onto the clothing? Could this be recommended for traveling in suitcases? I live on the road so this would be perfect to always have clothes smelling nice.

    1. Hi Brittany, dry rice is incredibly absorbent, so you shouldn’t have to worry about the oils leaking back onto your clothing. You could always test it out first or keep it tucked in a different compartment just to be safe. But it’s a great way to keep your clothes smelling nice!

  • I just made a few for family, too but didn’t have white rice. I used brown…not sure if that was smart but I think I’ll just forgo the rice. These are also perfect for sinus, adding peppermint and lime (these help me) and taking a big whiff!

  • I have a pre made microwaveable heat pack that is filled with herbs that is beyond use. I was using for joint ached in neck/shoulders and for migraine relief. Any suggestions on what I can replace the filling with for the same use that can still be microwaved for heat? I can’t seem to locates fresh dried herbs

    1. We haven’t made a DIY like that yet. But many people use rice or sand and have success! You’ll have to let us know what you find that works.

  • I just made a satchel for a draw and another for the closet. I used fresh meadow in my drawer and my clothes are picking up the scent, this makes me very happy. I added a strap to the closet one and used luckier. I’m not sure if the clothes will pick it up but it’s potent. I would add to be careful with this because touching it did put scent on my hands (I used a sewing machine so may have handled the filled bad more than others). Enjoy!

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