By P&J Trading

HOMEMADE PUMPKIN SPICE JARS

This DIY décor, using fall fragrance oils, is perfect for all of your small spaces. Whether you live in an apartment, dorm, or house, you can simply place this pumpkin spice diffuser anywhere. Our P&J Trading family prefers placing the Halloween themed craft in smaller areas because the smell is much more delicious! Plus, small places make cozy places!

This DIY craft won’t take you long and even the kiddos can follow along. There is no candle mess and you can have your home ready for fall parties in no time.

FALL LEAF MASON JAR

WHAT YOU WILL NEED

  • Acrylic Craft Paint
  • Faux or Real Leaf
  • Large Mason Jar
  • Adhesive Vinyl
  • Foam Brush
  • Twine

STEP-BY-STEP

  • Trace leaf on adhesive vinyl and cut out your design
  • Place the cut-out leaf onto your mason jar
  • Apply a thin layer of your acrylic paint over your mason jar *maybe a fall color!
  • Wait until each layer is completely dry to apply the next one *we used three layers!
  • Once your mason jar is completely dry, peel off the adhesive vinyl from the jar
  • Touch up the rough edges of the leaf on your mason jar
  • Add a small touch of twine around the top of the mason jar!

PUMPKIN SPICE REED DIFFUSER  

WHAT YOU WILL NEED

  • Small Jar *small enough to fit in larger mason jar
  • 1/4 Cup Safflower Oil
  • 5-6 Reed Sticks
  • 10 Drops of P&J Trading Harvest Spice Fragrance Oil
  • 25 Drops of P&J Trading Pumpkin Pie Fragrance Oil
  • 1/2 Tablespoons Isopropyl Alcohol *at least 90-95% alcohol

STEP-BY-STEP

  • In a measuring cup, add 1/4 cup of Safflower oil
  • Add 15 drops of Harvest Spice Fragrance Oil
  • Add 35 Drops of Pumpkin Pie Fragrance Oil *add more as desired  
  • Add alcohol and stir thoroughly to help bind with fragrance *stir well
  • Add to your jar and insert the reed sticks
  • After a few hours, flip sticks over and insert the dry end into your jar to saturate the other end
  • If the smell dies down, just add more fragrance oils to the mix, swirl, and start again!

Let us know what you think of this DIY project and leave a comment below!