These sachets are made from hand painted cotton and lavender. The rough irregular stitches in contrasting thread used to sew up the fabric, make these sachets even more colorful.
This linen spray was made for kids in mind (and why not? They have calm down sprays for cats).
Have you seen the high prices for linen sprays in boutiques and stores (with ingredients you can’t pronounce)? This has got to be one of the cheapest and easiest gifts to make. There are no special ingredients in any of the linen sprays I’ve posted here.
How do you use linen spray?
You can spray it on linens when ironing, use it as a room spray, or spray lightly on pillowcases and bedding. The scent is meant to relax, destress and evoke happy thoughts.
Other Cheap, Quick and Easy DIY Linen Sprays
DIY 3 Ingredient Lavender Linen Spray from Hello Glow here. Dried lavender is pictured but is only really for decoration; you can use lavender essential oil.
DIY 3 Ingredients Lavender Linen Spray from Design Sponge. Add your favorite scent to the recipe.
This beautiful DIY Ombre Soap Set is made from a melt and pour soap base, making this a quick and easy DIY.
I think anyone who has given handmade gifts can relate to these tags! There are 10 different tags in 8 colors. For more gift tag printables I know you will like, go here: diychristmascrafts.tumblr.com/tagged/gift-tags