Three Fall-Tastic DIYs for Our All the Fall Essential Oil Blends -

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Three Fall-Tastic DIYs for Our All the Fall Essential Oil Blends

We know it’s still really hot outside – but we’re really excited to get a jump on fall! Before you know it the hot days will fade into fall breezes and we’ll be holding a pumpkin spice latte once again! We’re bringing you everything fall, starting with all your favorite blends, including… 

  • Maple Leaf: Sugary, sweet notes and subtle woody notes with just a hint of spice.
  • Harvest Moon: Crisp and clean citrusy scent. Woodsy notes with a sweet spiciness.
  • Fireside Flannel: Crisp, fresh notes, and subtle sweetness. It will instantly remind you of a campfire.
  • Pumpkin Pie: The sweet and spicy scent loved by many pie fanatics.
  • Autumn Breeze: Sweet, uplifting aroma with a herbaceous undertone.
  • Fall Rain: Crisp, coniferous scent. This blend is perfect for promoting a calm mind and body.

You can purchase these favorites in the All the Fall Set (all 6 blends included) or in a Build Your Own Set with your top 3 blends. If you build your own set, use code MY3SET to get 10% off! Either way, we’ve made it easy to fill your home with cozy aromas.

And, since we’re launching All the Fall a little early, we’re sharing new fall-tastic DIYs to help you use all your fall oils now! In the past we’ve used these warm and inviting scents in DIY Reed Diffusers, DIY Wooden Diffuser Blocks, Passive Diffusion Paper Crafts, and much more! Grab your favorite blends and try one of our DIYs below. 

Bottle of Harvest Moon Essential Oil

Refreshingly Fall Vapor Rub

What you’ll need:

What you’ll do: 

Melt Beeswax Pearls over a double boiler. Once melted, remove from heat and add Almond Oil and essential oils. Stir to combine. Pour into a small jar or tins and allow to cool. Rub onto your chest to help ease congestion.

*For a printable version, click here.

Bottle of Pumpkin Pie Essential Oil

Sugar ‘n Spice Wax Melts

What you’ll need:

What you’ll do:

Melt Beeswax Pearls and solid coconut oil over a double boiler. Once melted, remove from heat and add essential oils. Stir to combine. Pour into small silicone molds and allow to cool. Add one melt to your wax warmer to enjoy the sweet or spicy fall aroma.

*For a printable version, click here.

Bottle of Fireside Flannel Essential Oil

Passive Diffuser Pinecones

What you’ll need:

Optional:

  • Small bamboo skewers
  • Hot glue gun

What you’ll do:

Combine your essential oils and Everclear in a two-ounce spray bottle and allow to meld. Fill the remaining bottle with water and shake well. Liberally spray your pinecones and place in a zip-top bag for 1-2 days. Display scented pinecones in a decorative bowl.

Optional:

To turn pinecones into decorative picks for your floral arrangements, start by hot-gluing a small skewer or stick to the bottom of each pinecone. Then spray liberally and place in a zip-top bag for 1-2 days. Place scented pinecone picks in your fall wreaths and floral arrangements for an extra special touch.

*For a printable version, click here.

Maple Bar Lip Balm

Still Can’t Get Enough Fall-themed Treats?

In addition to these warm and cozy blends, we’re launching a bunch of fall-scented products! We have Age-Defying Body Crème in fall scents, CBD Oil Drops in Vanilla Chai, and our personal favorite: Maple Bar Lip Balms! Check out the line-up here: All The Fall.

Fall Bucket List Sheet

Ready to start planning your fall crafts and fun to-dos? Download our Fall Bucket List to help you make the most of the season! Download here.

97 thoughts on “Three Fall-Tastic DIYs for Our All the Fall Essential Oil Blends”

    1. With a DIY passive diffuser, it’s really up to you! You’ll want enough Himalayan salt to absorb the EO and enough EO to gently scent your space. We recommend starting out with 2-3 drops and building from there.

  1. Do the beeswax pearls melt faster or could you just use any beeswax? I think the idea of making scented wax candles for fall would be nice.

  2. The scents sound amazing! I never knew you could make your own wax melts. I’m glad you shared this info and can’t wait to try!

  3. Finally was able to retire and now I have time to play with the oils I have, and all the exciting fall oils. I can’t wait!!!

  4. I’m so excited to try these. I just got my 7×7 kit of essential oils for the first time, I’m really excited to get into this!

    1. The number of pinecones is completely up to you. They can also be purchases from most craft stores. And Everclear would be available at a liquor store provided it’s legal in your state.

  5. Maple Leaf, Harvest Moon, and Fall Rain ALL sound divine. Funny thing, it’s incredibly hot here in Michigan, but as I was reading about each of the scents I could almost feel fall in the air! I’m not in a hurry to rush towards the cold of fall and what comes next… snow! but these fragrances and the DIY projects are so enticing.

  6. These ideas for fall are just fabulous! I will certainly get the Fall set as soon as it is back in stock. I look forward to trying out the pine cone idea and getting the maple lip balm. I have to admit, this blog entry has me a little more excited about Fall!!

  7. I don’t like autumn, but these DIY can change things. And I’m very sorry that you don’t send CBD outside the US.

  8. I got the sample card in my last order with all 6 scents. I already knew that Pumpkin Spice would smell great and it did, but I really like Harvest Moon and Fireside Flannel! Fireside Flannel is very masculine but also very fall/outdoorsy.

  9. So excited to try new stuff with oils besides just diffusing them. Just have to make the time and try not to get overwhelmed. LOL

    1. The Everclear should evaporate fairly quickly leaving you with the essential oil aroma. But if you still can’t notice Autumn Breeze, you can always add more a few more drops until you achieve the desired strength of aroma.

  10. I am looking forward to receiving the fall scents. I am also copying the information above, especially on the pinecones and then the vapor rub. I have several grands and a great grand and this rub may come in handy with so much going on. Thank you for the information.

  11. I want to try the Fireside Flannel. I had to cancel my annual trip to Yellowstone National Park due to covid. I will miss making a campfire each night and think this scent will be fun to try. Cheers!

  12. How I wish it can be easy for me to get even the new sets of fall blends. I miss Michigan all the more. But being so for away here in the Philippines makes me just imagine how these aromas and scents will be like. Can you please add DHL as another shipping courier?

  13. I recently recovered from Covid 19 and have lost my sense of smell for 4 months now. I am using essential oils to retrain my senses. I have read a blog saying that essential oils can help so I’m giving it a try! Fingers crossed!

  14. I love the pine cone diffuser idea. Sorry that summer is almost over but these ideas are getting me excited for the fall.

  15. Living in Florida makes it hard to get into the fall spirit but PT makes it easier by having such nice Fall scents and especially nice that they even take it a step farther by posting DIY recipes and creating so many nice fall products, from oils to creams and even a chest rub to combat congestion. Way to go PT!!! Excellent products and excellent marketing.

  16. When to the Magic Valley Mall . Darby was great help to me pointing out that all the new fall flavors I had to get three plus CBD oil I’m loving them. Thanks.

  17. I love using essential oils around the house like this- I have refreshed cinnamon-laced pine cones before- but like using other scents. Yes, they are good in medicines and as vapo-rubs. Thanks for all the lovely recipes and tips!!!

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