Want to make your house smell amazing and all Christmas-y?? Try making a pot of Stovetop Potpourri.
I made this earlier this week and my husband walked in the door and was like, “What smells SO good??”
This recipe literally takes 2 minutes to make and can last for a few days (just refrigerate overnight, add more water, and simmer again!)
Best of all, it’s really versatile! It can be incredibly frugal if you use what you have on hand — such as apple cores, orange peels, and/or fruit going bad.
Or — as these photos show — you can totally fancy it up with cranberries, pine, or whatever scents you enjoy!
By the way, if you’re not going to be working in the kitchen, a simpler and safer option is to simmer this in the crockpot!
Get the recipe here or watch me make the frugal version in the short video below.
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Products shown in the video:
- My Shirt (just $15.99 on Amazon!). See some of my other favorite shirts on Amazon here and here.
- Rocky Mountain Oils. Read my review here.
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- The cutting board is from Stacy from Humorous Homemaking’s husband. Isn’t it a beauty? You can see his Etsy shop here.
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