Sweater Weather Roll-On Perfume Recipe

Small wooden spoon pouring rainbow peppercorns into glass bottle ebign used for perfume.

Homemade perfumes are wonderful for a myriad of reasons. From the ability to try new things without an enormous price tag to the pleasure of crafting something both beautiful and useful, perfume making is a pastime that I’ve grown to truly love. I custom tailor fragrances to match my mood or emotional needs or to harness the energetics of certain plants. But I also have a fondness for crafting blends that match the seasons.

When I bundle up in a cozy sweater, I am ready for warm, comforting aromas that celebrate the season, like fall spices and winter forest notes. I want plant energetics that are grounding and resilient in nature and that allow me to be fully engaged with cold-weather nesting.

This essential oil recipe, which I aptly named my “Sweater Weather Blend,” can also be made into a body mist, solid perfume, or a diffuser blend, but I’m currently crafting it into a roll-on perfume. I love the aesthetic of roll-on perfumes with colorful dried spices in them and I appreciate that it’s easy to take with me when I travel for the holidays. Added bonus: roll-on perfumes make an exceptional gift!

May you enjoy this fragrance with feelings of warmth and gratitude for all that surrounds you.

Close up photos of roll-top bottles filled with aromatic botanical and surrounded by essential oils and fresh cinnamon sticks.

Sweater Weather Roll-On Perfume

Makes (1) 10 mL roll-on.

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Add essential oils to a clear glass 10 mL roll-top bottle.
  2. Fill the rest of the bottle with carrier oil, leaving a little room at the top so that the dried botanicals will fit.
  3. Add spices of your choice
  4. Place top on snugly and mix well.
  5. The aromas will meld over the next few days. Smell it each day and notice how the aromas begin to work even better together.

Pro tip: Some of my favorite neutral-smelling carrier oils include sunflower, grapeseed, and MCT coconut oil.

 

Looking for more DIY Roll-On Perfume Ideas?

Try These 3 Perfumes for Fall

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Topics: Aromatherapy, Herbal Gift Ideas, Recipes, Green Living

Jessicka

Written by Jessicka on November 29, 2022

Jessicka Nebesni works as a Marketing Strategist and is always working towards sharing the most educational, empowering, and useful resources with the Mountain Rose Herbs community. Having practiced Macrobiotic food preparations in California, beekeeping in Oregon and making herbal crafts for local farmers markets in New Jersey, she has a wide variety of experiences and knowledge to share. She is currently enrolled in Rosemary Gladstar’s "The Science and Art of Herbalism" and is eagerly awaiting open enrollment for the Master Food Preservers course this coming spring. Her passions include preserving food, gardening, practicing herbal wellness, making DIY skin and body care recipes, and living a lifestyle of minimal impact on the Earth.


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Sweater Weather Roll-On Perfume Recipe

Small wooden spoon pouring rainbow peppercorns into glass bottle ebign used for perfume.

Homemade perfumes are wonderful for a myriad of reasons. From the ability to try new things without an enormous price tag to the pleasure of crafting something both beautiful and useful, perfume making is a pastime that I’ve grown to truly love. I custom tailor fragrances to match my mood or emotional needs or to harness the energetics of certain plants. But I also have a fondness for crafting blends that match the seasons.

When I bundle up in a cozy sweater, I am ready for warm, comforting aromas that celebrate the season, like fall spices and winter forest notes. I want plant energetics that are grounding and resilient in nature and that allow me to be fully engaged with cold-weather nesting.

This essential oil recipe, which I aptly named my “Sweater Weather Blend,” can also be made into a body mist, solid perfume, or a diffuser blend, but I’m currently crafting it into a roll-on perfume. I love the aesthetic of roll-on perfumes with colorful dried spices in them and I appreciate that it’s easy to take with me when I travel for the holidays. Added bonus: roll-on perfumes make an exceptional gift!

May you enjoy this fragrance with feelings of warmth and gratitude for all that surrounds you.

Close up photos of roll-top bottles filled with aromatic botanical and surrounded by essential oils and fresh cinnamon sticks.

Sweater Weather Roll-On Perfume

Makes (1) 10 mL roll-on.

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Add essential oils to a clear glass 10 mL roll-top bottle.
  2. Fill the rest of the bottle with carrier oil, leaving a little room at the top so that the dried botanicals will fit.
  3. Add spices of your choice
  4. Place top on snugly and mix well.
  5. The aromas will meld over the next few days. Smell it each day and notice how the aromas begin to work even better together.

Pro tip: Some of my favorite neutral-smelling carrier oils include sunflower, grapeseed, and MCT coconut oil.

 

Looking for more DIY Roll-On Perfume Ideas?

Try These 3 Perfumes for Fall

You may also enjoy:

Pinterest image for DIY Sweater Weather Perfume Blend for Fall and Winter


Topics: Aromatherapy, Herbal Gift Ideas, Recipes, Green Living

Jessicka

Written by Jessicka on November 29, 2022

Jessicka Nebesni works as a Marketing Strategist and is always working towards sharing the most educational, empowering, and useful resources with the Mountain Rose Herbs community. Having practiced Macrobiotic food preparations in California, beekeeping in Oregon and making herbal crafts for local farmers markets in New Jersey, she has a wide variety of experiences and knowledge to share. She is currently enrolled in Rosemary Gladstar’s "The Science and Art of Herbalism" and is eagerly awaiting open enrollment for the Master Food Preservers course this coming spring. Her passions include preserving food, gardening, practicing herbal wellness, making DIY skin and body care recipes, and living a lifestyle of minimal impact on the Earth.