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How to Make Essential Oil Room Sprays for Fall!

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Love fall scents, but not the heavy fragrance of many typical candles and room sprays? Here’s how to make essential oil room sprays for fall. Plus, free printable bottle labels too!


Homemade room sprays are my absolute favorite thing to make. I love being able to customize my own scents and even more so, I love knowing that I’m spraying my home with chemical free fragrances. The process in making them is super simple, and once you start you won’t be able to stop! They make excellent gifts too! Here’s how to make essential oil room sprays for yourself or to give as gifts!

DIY essential oil room sprays for fall

To learn the differences between essential oil grades and find the top 13 essential oils for beginners, check out this post. 

How to Make Essential Oil Room Sprays

Homemade room sprays are easier to make than you think! With some simple mixing and twelve essential oil blends to choose from, your home will smell deliciously like fall in no time!

I make my sprays in small 2 oz spray bottles, which can be found on Amazon here.

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To make a single bottle of room spray

Here’s what you need for each bottle of room spray. Just repeat theses steps for any additional bottles you’d like to make. 

Supplies

  • 1 pinch of epsom salts
  • Distilled water
  • Choice of essential oil blend (see fall blends below)
  • Small funnel

Instructions

  1.  In a small bowl, add a pinch of epsom salts.
  2. Add in your favorite essential oil blend using one of the ‘recipes’ below.
  3. Fill a small bottle with distilled, room temperature water.
  4. Add the fragrant salts. Shake.
  5. Finish with a label (see below). 

Why add epsom salts to essential oil room sprays? I’m sure you have heard the water and oil don’t mix and the same is true for essential oils. The salts help to keep the essential oils emulsified in the water.

To make the labels

Supplies

 

Instructions

  1. To print the labels, head to the Avery website and upload the images into their label printer.
  2. Or download the 8293 template for the format/program (Word, PDF, etc.) you’d like to work in. Then add your images and print! 

Fall Essential Oil Blends

Here are 12 of my favorite fall scents:

  1. Apple Orchard: 15 drops Frankincense 15 drops Copaiba 20 drops Douglas Fir
  2. Autumn Air: 18 drops Sweet Orange 18 drops Patchouli 4 drops Cinnamon 3 drops Clove
  3. Cozy Warm At Home: 20 drops Sweet Orange 15 drops Cinnamon 10 drops Clove
  4. Crisp Fall Morning: 18 drops Frankincense 18 drops Patchouli 9 drops Lavender 7 drops Rosemary
  5. Crunching Leaves: 25 drops Sweet Orange 5 drops Patchouli 5 drops Ginger
  6. Fall Fresh Air: 18 drops Frankincense 18 drops Bergamot 12 drops Sandalwood
  7. Fresh Fall Wreath: 16 drops Cedarwood 12 drops Grapefruit 8 drops Frankincense 4 drops Tea Tree
  8. Piles of Flannel: 20 drops Frankincense 14 drops Lavender 14 drops Sweet Orange
  9. Snickerdoodle: 15 drops Ginger 15 drops Cinnamon Bark 15 drops Clove
  10. Spiced Chai: 18 drops Cardamom 18 drops Cassia 12 drops Clove
  11. Spiced Cider: 20 drops Sweet Orange 10 drops Clove 10 drops Nutmeg 
  12. Welcome Fall: 20 drops Ginger 15 drops Cinnamon 10 drops Ylang Ylang

Did you know there are certain essential oils you should avoid using around pets and babies? See which ones are safe and which ones are not here

Here’s a printable version of the make essential oil room sprays tutorial for you!

Fall Essential Oil Room Sprays DIY

How to Make Essential Oil Room Sprays for Fall!

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $15

Make your own fall essential oil rooms sprays with this easy DIY! Plus free labels and 12 of my favorite fall blends.

Materials

  • 1 pinch of epsom salts
  • Distilled water
  • Essential oil blend (see below)

Tools

  • small funnel

Instructions

  1. In a small bowl, add a pinch of epsom salts. epsom salts in bowl
  2. Add in your favorite essential oil blend using one of the ‘recipes’ below. epsom salts in bowl
  3. Fill a small bottle with distilled, room temperature water.
  4. Add the fragrant salts using the funnel. Shake. pour into bottle
  5. Finish with a label!

Notes

Here are the fall blends I suggest:


1) Apple Orchard:

  • 15 drops Frankincense
  • 15 drops Copaiba
  • 20 drops Douglas Fir


2) Autumn Air

  • 18 drops Sweet Orange
  • 18 drops Patchouli
  • 4 drops Cinnamon
  • 3 drops Clove


3) Cozy Warm At Home

  • 20 drops Sweet Orange
  • 15 drops Cinnamon
  • 10 drops Clove


4) Crisp Fall Morning

  • 18 drops Frankincense
  • 18 drops Patchouli
  • 9 drops Lavender
  • 7 drops Rosemary


5) Crunching Leaves

  • 25 drops Sweet Orange
  • 5 drops Patchouli
  • 5 drops Ginger


6) Fall Fresh Air

  • 18 drops Frankincense
  • 18 drops Bergamot
  • 12 drops Sandalwood


7) Fresh Fall Wreath

  • 16 drops Cedar Wood
  • 12 drops Grapefruit
  • 8 drops Frankincense
  • 4 drops Tea Tree

8) Piles of Flannel

  • 20 drops Frankincense
  • 14 drops Lavender
  • 14 drops Sweet Orange

9) Snickerdoodle

  • 15 drops Ginger
  • 15 drops Cinnamon Bark
  • 15 drops Clove

10) Spiced Chai

  • 18 drops Cardamom
  • 18 drops Cassia
  • 12 drops Clove

11) Spiced Cider

  • 20 drops Sweet Orange
  • 10 drops Cloves
  • 10 drops Nutmeg

12) Welcome Fall

  • 20 drops Ginger
  • 15 drops Cinnamon
  • 10 drops Ylang Ylang

Be sure to pin for later too!

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Have you ever tried to make your own essential oil room sprays?

P.S. If you love these blends, you’ll LOVE our fall essential oil blends for diffusers too!

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Comments

  1. Bella Grace says

    I have never left a comment on a website, but I just want to say that I am truly impressed by this article, and the detail and instruction included. Thank you so much for writing this! I plan on making every one. ❤️

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