Toilet Paper Roll DIY Rose Scented Sachets


Toilet Paper Roll DIY Rose Scented Sachets

Toilet Paper Roll DIY Rose Scented Sachets
Toilet Paper Roll DIY Rose Scented Sachets

Sometimes, store-bought air fresheners can be pretty annoying. The scratch-and-sniff on the box has a lovely scent at the store, but it smells horrendous at home. The consistent clicking sound of the air freshener can drive you insane. With these Toilet Paper Roll DIY Rose Scented Sachets, you don't have to deal with those annoyances. Using an empty toilet paper roll, you can create a scent sachet that is completely hassle-free. No deceptive smells. No irritating clicking sounds. And the best part is that your home will smell like beautiful roses. Place these scent sachets in your linen closet or drawers. Hang them on your doorknobs. You'll smell these rose scent sachets everywhere.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsPaper, Recycled Materials

Primary TechniqueGreen Crafting


Project TypeMake a Project

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My neighbor has a rose garden and she will often invite me over to pick a few for a bouquet. I typically trash them once they have wilted. No longer will that happen. With the simple directions on drying rose petals and in the microwave no less, I will have if nothing more than a bowl of dried rose petals in the home. You can not go wrong with this idea.

I love this project from the start to the end. I wish I did have some fresh roses to make this with but I do not. So I guess I will have to settle for the potpourri you find in the local stores. The sky is the limit with the decorations but for the places that only I will see it the embellishment will be few. The ones I want to hang on the door knobs will be a different matter. Thanks for the free pattern.


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