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AROMATIC BLING

August 21, 2017

Not only does wearing custom-made jewelry add more interest to your outfit, but when you make your own aromatic jewelry, you can enjoy essential oils on the go. Reapply your oil on the jewelry as needed. Some have quite a bit of staying power and can last for several days, while others will fade more quickly.

 

These three tutorials will teach you how to make wearable diffusers. Give them to a friend for the holidays along with a bottle of their favorite oil, or use them yourself.

 

Create the perfect gift or use it for yourself. Make your own aromatic jewelry and enjoy your oils on the go.

 

Baked Clay Essential Oil Diffuser Necklace

Supplies:

  • Oven bake clay

  • Small cookie cutters or lid caps

  • Stamps for texture

  • Beading twine 

  • Small straw

  • Rolling pin

  • Cookie sheet

  • Parchment paper

  • Essential oil

 

Directions:

  1. Remove clay from package, and use the rolling pin until it’s around ¼-inch thick.

  2. Use cookie cutters or lid caps to cut shapes.

  3. Stamp a pattern or use letters to create a name or inspirational word onto the clay. Use the straw to make a hole to string the twine through later.

  4. Transfer the pendants to a parchment paper-lined cookie sheet and bake according to package directions.

  5. Cut a piece of twine to your desired length.

  6. Once the pendants are cool, fold the twine in half, insert the loop through the hole in the pendant and secure it. Then tie each end to make your necklace, making sure it’s long enough to fit over your head.

  7. Add a drop or two of your go-to essential oil to your finished clay pendant, letting it soak in before wearing.

 

Suede Tassel Diffuser Necklace

Supplies:

  • Needle nose pliers or similar jewelry tool

  • Chain with clasp

  • Mini suede tassel

  • Jump ring

  • Decorative bead or charm (optional)

  • Essential oil

 

Directions:

  1. Open a large jump ring with pliers enough to thread on a mini suede tassel (and decorative bead or charm if desired).

  2. Carefully close the jump ring with pliers.

  3. Thread your necklace chain through the large jump ring with tassel and charm attached.

  4. Add a drop or two of your favorite Young Living Essential Oil or oil mix to the mini suede tassel and let it soak in.

 

Wrap-Style Braided Diffuser Bracelet 

Supplies:

  • Needle nose pliers or similar jewelry tool

  • Leather or suede cord

  • 2 pinch crimps

  • 2 jump rings 

  • Lobster claw 

  • Essential oil

 

Directions:

  1. Cut three lengths of leather or suede cord.

  2. Attach a pinch crimp to secure the three pieces on one end, using needle nose pliers.

  3. Braid until you reach desired length. Make a single loop or wrap it around your wrist several times. Cut off excess and attach the other pinch crimp.

  4. Attach a jump ring to each crimp and your lobster claw clasp.

  5. Apply a few drops of your favorite essential oil of choice to the leather or suede, letting them soak in before wearing.
     

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