You know that smell. It’s the one that pervades the outside air during the fall months. There isn’t anything like it – is there? Wouldn’t it be great if you could capture that smell and bring it into your home? Well, now you can!
We’ve gathered tips from OneCrazyHouse.com to deliver some easy DIY scents that will turn your house into a fall festival of sensations.
Autumn Simmer Pot
Take a pot and add water, apples, oranges, vanilla extract, and cinnamon sticks. Simmer it to bring the incredible fall smell to your kitchen and throughout the house. You can also do this in the Crock-Pot if you want to keep your home smelling great all day long.
Fall Scented Candles
Give making your own fall-scented candles a try. You can use ingredients like ginger, cinnamon, clove, nutmeg, and allspice. It’s easier than you think and OneCrazyHouse.com gives you access to easy instructions.
Finally, something to do with all those pinecones that are dropping from the trees into your yard! Turn them into a fragrant fall tool with no-bake and bake options.
Fall Scented Potpourri
Get a decorative type jar and fill it with items like dried fruit and nuts along with cinnamon sticks to emit a pleasing fall smell in your house. And remember, as OneCrazyHouse.com states, “potpourri should not only smell good, but it should be pretty as well.”
Easy Baked Cinnamon Apples
A great fall smell and a tasty treat – it’s the best of both worlds. For an extra kick, serve the easy baked cinnamon apples with ice cream and caramel sauce.
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Fall Is A Great Time To Shop & Save
If the arrival of the fall season has you itching to get into a newer vehicle, then now is the time to visit Bradshaw Automotive Group. With an incredible selection of both new and pre-owned vehicles, you’re sure to find a car, truck, van, or SUV that suits your needs and your budget. We invite you to shop all our inventory online or come work with one of our friendly, knowledgeable sales associates in person at the dealership.