7 Clever Hacks to Make Your House Smell Like Christmas All Season Long
It's Beginning to Smell a Lot Like Christmas
Pine-scented candle hoarders take note: there's a better way to embrace the glorious scents of the holiday season — actually, there are seven. The home experts at Porch.com are sharing a bunch of cute and clever DIYs that are fun to assemble and even better to smell.
Aromatic Fire Starters
Fire starters in cupcake tins are much cuter than your typical fireplace duo of old newspapers and kindling. Get the how-to from Make + Haus.
Spiced Orange Pomander Balls
Dating back to Victorian times, these clove-studded oranges, known as pomanders, are a simple and pretty DIY anyone can do. This version was made by Simple Bites.
Fir and Cinammon Room Spray
Feeling ambitious? How about DIYing your own homemade room spray. A tutorial from Hello Glow can get you started.
Holiday-Scented Simmer Pot
Right before guests arrive, try simmering some fragrant herbs and cinammon sticks for an aroma that will spread beyond the kitchen. Bonus: the boiling water helps humidify dry winter air. Get the full details on Make + Haus.
Seasonally Scented Mason Jar Candles
These oil-based candles are packed full of wintry-scented goodies, and are easy to assemble, thanks to Garden Matter's expert tips.
Glittered Cinammon Pine Cones
For a delightfully scented twist on a favorite childhood craft, just add essential oil and glitter to some foraged or store-bought pine cones! See how on Ramshackle Glam.
Apple and Spice Potpourri
Old-school potpourri just got a modern update. Make your own version of the classic with these ridiculously simple instructions from Hello Glow.