15 Christmas Essential Oil Blends + Christmas Room Spray Recipe
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Make your home smell like Christmas naturally with these Christmas essential oil blends.  Use one of them in this Christmas room spray recipe for a natural scent for your home or even to spray your faux tree for a fresh pine smell.


Now that Christmas is here, it's time to retire my beloved pumpkin spice essential oil blend and fall blends for Christmas essential oil blends.  


I use them in a diffuser, and I make a room spray to scent the room quick in case we get any company.  If you use a pine scent, this can also double as a a tree air freshener.





Since these are essential oils, please pay close attention to who will be in the room.  Some oils aren't safe to use around dogs or cats.  Some oils are only for use for kids 2 or older, and some aren't safe for kids under 10.  


Be sure to research these oils and blends before you use them in a diffuser or in a spray.


Christmas Essential Oil Blends + Christmas Room Spray Recipe


I like to scent my home naturally with essential oils because they don't bother my allergies.  You can check out my fun essential oil blends that smell like candy for more ideas for fun blends to make.


You can mix these right in a diffuser, but many of them have too many drops for a standard sized diffuser.  I have small 5 ml glass bottles that I use to mix them in.  





Then you can add a few drops of these Christmas essential oil blends in a diffuser or use them to make a Christmas room spray recipe.


I like creating my own blends because I have a lot of essential oils.  However, you can also buy ready made blends to use.


For this Christmas room spray recipe, I used the Winter Spice essential oil blend from Simply Earth.  I also really like their Candy Cane essential oil blend.  


Crafty Bubbles also has a few scents that are good Christmas essential oil blends.  I like their Christmas Splendor and Gingerbread for this time of the year.


I get my essential oils from Simply Earth or Crafty Bubbles.  Both are affordable and high quality.  





15 Christmas Essential Oil Blends


Christmas Cookies Essential Oil Blend


  • 3 drops lemon essential oil
  • 2 drops cinnamon leaf essential oil
  • 1 drops bergamot essential oil or sweet orange essential oil


Magi Essential Oil Blend



Cuddle by the Fire Blend


 


Spiced Cider Blend



Tree Farm Blend



Chai Tea Blend


  • 3 drops wild orange essential oil
  • 1 drop cinnamon essential oil
  • 1 drop clove essential oil
  • 1 drop cardamom essential oil
  • 1 drop nutmeg essential oil

 

Candy Dish Blend


  • 2 drops wintergreen essential oil
  • 1 drop cinnamon leaf essential oil



Christmas Cheese Blend



Cozy Blend


  • 3 drops cardamom essential oil
  • 1 drop cinnamon bark essential oil
  • 1 drop clove essential oil
  • 1 drop wild orange essential oil

 

Christmas Orange Blend


  • 3 drops wild orange essential oil
  • 2 drops rosemary essential oil
  • 2 drops clove essential oil

Christmas Baking Blend


  • 2 drops wintergreen essential oil
  • 2 drops peppermint essential oil
  • 1 drop cassia essential oil
  • 1 drop wild orange essential oils
 

Gingerbread


  • 3 drops ginger essential oil
  • 2 drops clove essential oil
  • 2 drops cinnamon leaf essential oil
  • 1 drop nutmeg essential oil

Candy Cane



Christmas Tree Blend



Winter Morning Blend


  • 1 drop wild orange essential oil
  • 1 drop peppermint essential oil

Use one of these Christmas essential oil blends or check out these easy ways to make your home smell like Christmas for more DIY ideas. 


Christmas Room Spray Recipe Ingredients


You can use one of the above Christmas essential oil blends to make a Christmas room spray.  Use this to add a festive holiday scent to any room in your home.


There are several recipes floating around for room sprays.  Some use witch hazel or rubbing alcohol, but I like to use vodka instead.


Oil and water don't mix, so you can't just use water and oil.  However, vodka helps disperse the Christmas essential oil blends through the water.   





Rubbing alcohol and witch hazel both help disperse the oils, but witch hazel doesn't work as well as alcohol does.  


Rubbing alcohol can cause skin irritation.  The fumes can bother your lungs, so I do not use it in this Christmas room spray recipe.


I use vodka.  Look for a high proof vodka.  I normally wouldn't use such a good vodka as the one shown in the photo, but this recipe only uses 1 ounce of vodka.


For the water, I recommend using distilled water.  The alcohol will kill germs, so you don't have to worry about that.


However, tap water may smell like chlorine and alter the scent of this Christmas spray recipe.  It can also have minerals that can cause spots on fabrics or surfaces.


Printable Label


I made a label for mine so I knew what was in it.  You can download the label here.  I sized it to fit a 2 ounce bottle.  The label is generic, so you can use any of the Christmas essential oil blends.


Christmas Room Spray Recipe Ingredients


  • 1 ounce water
  • 1 tablespoon vodka
  • 15 drops essential oils (I used Winter Spice)



Tools and Supplies



Christmas Room Spray Recipe Directions


Step #1


Combine the alcohol and Christmas essential oil blends in a spray bottle.  Swirl gently to combine.





Step #2


Add water.  Place the cap back on and shake gently.





Step #3


To use, spray in the center of the room.  Avoid spraying people, pets, or furniture directly.  


essential oils, spray, room spray, diy, natural
Yield: 2 ounces
Author: Cari @ Everything Pretty
Estimated cost: $5

Christmas Room Spray Recipe

prep time: 5 Mperform time: 15 Mtotal time: 20 M
How to make a Christmas room spray recipe with essential oils.

materials:

  • 1 ounce water
  • 1 tablespoon vodka
  • 15 drops essential oils (I used Winter Spice)

tools:

  • 2 ounce spray bottle
  • funnel

steps:

  1. Combine the alcohol and Christmas essential oil blends in a spray bottle. Swirl gently to combine.
  2. Add water. Place the cap back on and shake gently.
  3. To use, spray in the center of the room. Avoid spraying people, pets, or furniture directly.
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Cari Dunn
Cari Dunn

Cari lives on a small farm with her husband, three kids, two dogs, two cats, and a goat. She loves coffee, Gilmore Girls, her chihuahua, and her kids, but not in that order.