I love this tradition, so imagine my excitement when I found this recipe at One More Moore. It's a Springtime version of my Christmas air freshener! Now, I know it's July but I'm all about my house smelling fresh like springtime, so here we go! I've never made this before, but the blog's author said this is the same recipe used when she used to work at Williams Sonoma, therefore automatically gaining my trust.
Start your mixture on a boil to kick start the wafting process, then lower it to a simmer and let it be for the day. You can use this mixture for just a couple days, then you should remake it. Add water as needed, since no one likes the smell of lemons burned to the bottom of a stockpot. One of the comments from One More Moore suggested filling a jelly jar or Mason jar with some of this and putting it on a candle warmer somewhere else in the house. I don't have candle warmers, but I thought that was a fabulous idea, so I'm sharing it with you!
It looks so pretty! It would look prettier if my pots weren't the same ones from my Sophomore year of college, but we have better things to spend our money on. Like crafts. And babies. But that's another post :)