This “tutorial” is SO easy I’m ALMOST embarrassed to share it! :-) But of course I WILL share it because I can’t help myself. I just LOVE how simple it was and how cute and useful it turned out to be!
Someone emailed me a few weeks ago asking about a DIY version of those hanging car air fresheners. Thank goodness for all you savvy readers! I would have NEVER thought of that! And yet it turned out to be such a fun little project!
I absolutely LOVE my DIY car air freshener flower hanging in my car! It makes me smile each time I get in to drive somewhere. :-)
OK…this is one of those “tutorials” that if you BLINK, you’ll miss it, so pay attention!
You will need:
- A sheet of peel ‘n’ stick craft foam
- A sheet of craft felt
- Your choice of scent (I used some liquid potpourri I had left over from making the Gel Air Fresheners. But any sort of essential oil would work nicely too!)
- A hole punch, scissors
- A piece of string, ribbon or twine
- A little imagination!
Thread about 12 inches of your choice of ribbon or twine into the hole at the top. You can now hang it over the rearview mirror or anywhere else you desire in your car. When the fragrance disappears after a month or two, just simply apply another drop or two of essential oil or the air freshener spray.
Now not only does my car look cute…..it smells like freshly laundered linen! I’m so easily pleased. :-)