18 DIY Stovetop Room Scent Recipes

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There are better alternatives to store bought scents to add a pleasant smell to your home. A perfect option that is super easy is to make homemade potpourri by using stovetop room scent recipes. These are also better than lighting a scented candle.

1. Here is a recipe for a lavender citrus stovetop room scent.


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2. A cranberry and cinnamon potpourri from the stove smells simply divine.


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3. Stovetop potpourri made with cranberries and orange slices will add a pleasant smell to any room in your home.


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4. You can also make an orange spice homemade potpourri n a slow cooker instead of your stovetop.


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5. Here is a recipe that will make any room in your home smell like lemon and rosemary.


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6. Make your own stovetop potpourri kits as a homemade gift for a teacher or almost anyone.


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7. A few spices from your kitchen are all you need to make this stovetop room scent.


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8. A tropical citrus stovetop potpourri made with pineapple juice and coconut extract is perfect to have as a summer scent.


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9. A citrus mint scent is simple to when you want your home to have a pleasant aroma.


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10. How about a gingerbread simmering scent for your home?


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11. This pumpkin and apple cider stovetop scent recipe will make your whole home smell like a fall day.


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12. Here is a potpourri in a pot recipe that has a scent of apples and cinnamon.


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13. Cranberries are a common ingredient used in a stovetop scent, but this fall stovetop potpourri also includes fresh pomegranate.


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14. Are you interested in making your home smell like freshly baked apple pie by using apple peels?


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15. This citrus-autumn stovetop room scent is made with apples and oranges.


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16. Making a pleasant simmering potpourri is a great way to use fresh fruit from your garden.


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17. A winter stovetop potpourri made with vanilla is super easy to make at home.


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18. Giving your home an aroma of fresh pine can be done with pine needles from a Christmas tree.


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