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Summer Scent

A scented sachet is a lovely touch to add to your dresser drawers or wardrobe. Its subtle scent not only greets you every morning while you're getting dressed, but also lends a hint of fragrance to your clothing when hung in your closet. If you are particular about what fragrances you like, you can easily make your own sachets instead of buying them.

Here’s to share a quick and easy DIY project –

The Recipe
– Rice 
– Dried lavender
– Dried lemon peel
– Fabric
– Scissors
– Needle
– Thread
– Ribbon

Step 1: Customize your sachet pouch
– Depending on the size of the sachet you would like to have, cut out the fabric based on that
– Sew the open sides so that there is only an opening at the top and make sure that there are no gaps where the contents can escape

Step 2: Concoct the filling
– This is the fun part: In a small bowl, mix the rice, dried lavender and lemon peel together with your fingers *Tip: Uncooked rice acts as a moisture absorbent and helps to retain the scent from the dried lavender and lemon peel
– Determine the proportions of these ingredients according to your liking: What is great about this recipe is that the measurements and intensity of each element is customisable
– We recommend using dried lavender because of its light earthy floral scent that adds soothing notes to your closet. Lavender radiates a light earthy floral aroma and soothing effect on the senses. Together with the lemon pieces, it gives off a sweet floral and citrus scent

Step 3: Fill the pouch
– Using a spoon, add the mixture into your fabric pouch until you feel it is appropriately stuffed

Step 4: Complete the sachet
– Finally, use a ribbon to seal the top of the sachet
– This fuss-free seal not only adds to the aesthetics of your pouch, but also allows you to easily refresh the mixture inside once it loses its fragrance

And there you have it – your very own scented sachet. The next time you’re feeling adventurous, you can add to this recipe additional ingredients of your choice – such as cedarwood for a musky scent or cinnamon sticks for a toasty undertone.

Now all that's left is to decide where to tuck this little beauty in x