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The countdown to Christmas continues! It’s the time of the year when I always think back to my childhood. Mom always made sure Christmas time was purely magical. I remember my family trecking out into the wooded part of our farm to pick out the Christmas tree.
My siblings and I would leaf through the big Sears Wish Book until the pages were worn. One of my fondest memories is what I refer to as the Christmas Scent. The smell of the tree mingled with the smells of Christmas cookies always takes me back home. I’ve captured some of the smells of Christmas in a DIY gift in a jar. Keep reading to get a free printable direction tag and the recipe.
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It’s Day 8 and we are sharing Christmas In A Jar Ideas!
Plugins and most candles cause my husband’s eyes to water and before long he’s grabbing a tissue to blow his nose. That’s another reason to make my house smell like Christmas without resorting to plugins.
Christmas Scent in a Jar
Christmas Scent in a Jar is actually three gifts in one. I include enough fruit to make the scent (plus you get to eat the fruit) and the jar is a gift as well.
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This is the easiest gift to put together. Place all the ingredients in a large glass jar. I use a smaller jar for the spices.
The grapefruits I purchased are huge! I bought three, but couldn’t fit them all in the jar.
Print out the tag with the directions (after the recipe below), add some ribbon around the center of the jar and glue the tag to the ribbon. You’re done!
You can grab my FREE printable gift tag by clicking here >>> Christmas-Scent
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