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How to Make Christmas Scented Sachets (Free Printables)

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Want a small present to tuck into a stocking, gift basket or a hostess gift? Here is how to make Christmas Scented Sachets with free printable envelope packets.

Using natural ingredients such as rice, along with essential oils, you can make fragrant sachet packets to tuck into drawers.

The sachets can be used in a clothes drawer, a closet, or a linen closet.

For whole home holiday fragrance, be sure to check out my simmering Christmas potpourri and my Christmas potpourri in a jar. You might also like diffusing my homemade gingerbread essential oil blend.

There are three different holiday fragrance sachets you can make, along with three customized printable envelopes. Get the free sachet templates in the Get Green Be Well Resource Library.

To make the sachet envelopes, you will cut out the template. Glue the sides of the envelopes together with a glue stick, leaving the top flap open for adding the scented rice mixture. Once the mixture is inside, you can seal the top flap with glue or tape.

Christmas Scented Sachet Recipes

Christmas Tree

Ingredients

Directions

Combine rice and essential oils in a bowl. Stir thoroughly. Mix in pine needles.

Add a scoop or two into the sachet packet, being sure not to overfill. Seal the flap with a glue stick or tape.

Mulled Wine

Ingredients

Directions

Combine rice and essential oils in a bowl. Stir thoroughly. Mix in the orange peel, dried apple, anise star and cinnamon sticks.

Add a scoop or two into the sachet packet, being sure not to overfill. Seal the flap with a glue stick or tape.

Christmas Cookies

Ingredients

Directions

Combine rice and essential oils in a bowl. Stir thoroughly. Mix in the cinnamon sticks and vanilla pods.

Add a scoop or two into the sachet packet, being sure not to overfill. Seal the flap with a glue stick or tape.

Helpful Tips

  • Either white or brown uncooked rice can be used.
  • These envelope packets can be printed on normal white office paper. However, you can use a thicker weight of paper to make the envelopes feel more expensive.
  • Increase the amount of essential oil used if you would like a stronger fragrance.
  • Do not overstuff the sachet envelopes. They won’t close easily if too full.
  • Seal the flaps of the envelopes with a glue stick, craft glue or double-sided tape. Hot glue is not recommended.
  • Essential oils will absorb through paper and can transfer onto a surface that the sachet is laying on. The oils can damage the surface.
free printable download templates to make Christmas sachets

It is really easy to make Christmas scented sachets for drawers. While you are making DIY crafts for the holidays, be sure to see my easy DIY Christmas tree soaps with real pine scent (they would pair great with the Christmas Tree Scented Sachet) and my fizzy Christmas tree bath bombs.

 

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