DIY Lavender Linen Spray

Thank you to Infinity Jars for sponsoring this post!

The other day I shared my recipe for a DIY Coconut oil and lemon sugar scrub [here]. I mentioned in that post that I was going to do a three part mini-series of DIY recipes, all with Infinity Jars, so today is part two of that series!

You know how when you go into fancy home decor or bath/body stores, they always seem to have those amazing smelling sprays for your linens? They smell so good but I typically can’t justify spending as much as they charge…probably because I’m cheap thrifty. ;) So when I was picking out a couple of bottles from Infinity Jars, I knew I wanted the 50 ml spray bottle to try and make my own.

I used lemon essential oil in my scrub recipe, and I actually decided to use essential oils in my other two recipes as well. I used Doterra oils but honestly I’m not partial to any one brand or company – these were the first I’ve ever used!

This linen spray smells really good and lavender is super-relaxing, so it’s perfect to spray on your pillows to freshen them up before bedtime. Also, it’s so easy to make it should barely even be called a “recipe.”

DIY Lavender Linen Spray via Life on Shady Lane blog

Ingredients

  • 3 oz of filtered water (or you could just use tap water, I’m not sure it matters!)
  • 1 oz of witch hazel
  • 15-20 drops of lavender essential oil
  • Small spray bottle

Directions

Measure out your water, and pour into your glass spray bottle. Then pour in witch hazel and lavender drops. You can start with around 15 or so, close the bottle up and shake, then see if that’s enough oil (scent-wise). If not, add in more!

That’s all. Told ya – easy peasy, right?

DIY Lavender Linen Spray via Life on Shady Lane blog DIY Lavender Linen Spray via Life on Shady Lane blog DIY Lavender Linen Spray via Life on Shady Lane blog

A little about Infinity Jars

Every single glass product they sell is guaranteed to have the following features:

  • Airtight seal
  • Ultra-violet filtering
  • Scent-proof
  • Naturally preserve and rejuvenate freshness

The deep violet glass blocks out harmful visible light rays (which quickly degrade organic matter), while still permitting two beneficial light rays that are laboratory proven to preserve and extend the shelf life of goods for as long as two years! They have over 70 styles of glass jars, too, so you’ll definitely find what you need. They’re perfect for preservation needs throughout the house (think: seasoning herbs and salts, teas, flour, cosmetics, DIY lotions, facial serums and toners, etc.).

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One Comment

  1. I can’t believe I’ve never thought to make my own linen spray. What a fantastic idea! And so simple–love it!

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