30 Minutes or Less / DIY

DIY Lavender Eucalyptus Sachets

04.13.17

Make these DIY lavender eucalyptus sachets in just 30 minutes using fabric glue!

Who here is guilty of not doing any spring cleaning yet? (insert scared-hands-on-face emoji here)

It’s true, I’ve barely been keeping up with regular cleaning, much less that seasonal deep sprucing we’re supposed to do at this time of year. But I did find a way to combine a quick craft idea with a spring cleaning hack: these DIY lavender eucalyptus sachets for More!

Make these DIY lavender eucalyptus sachets in just 30 minutes using fabric glue!

If you’re not familiar with the concept of a sachet, it’s just a little pouch filled with dried flowers that you toss in your clothing drawers. Every time you rifle around looking for matching socks, you get a whiff of lavender and eucalyptus.

Make these DIY lavender eucalyptus sachets in just 30 minutes using fabric glue!

See how to update this old-fashioned trick with my tutorial over on More. Oh and no, there’s no sewing—fabric glue to the rescue again!

What dried flowers would you want to fill your drawers with? (If I had a nickel for every time someone asked me that…)

Author: Marlene @ Idle Hands Awake

Maker, baker, cat momma, total nerd, perpetually covered in glitter/sawdust/paint. Blogging DIY and design for modern creatives.

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