Supplies for creating DIY Car Air Fresheners:
We like these best for the car but like I said before, you can use them in the office, home, and closet too. Here's what you'll need and WHY:
Kunin Eco-Fi Felt: Kunin Eco-Fi Felt is made from 100% recycled plastic bottles, making it mold and mildew resistant. It's strong, affordable, and available at major stores like Walmart and Michaels.
Essential Oils: Choose essential oils in scents you know Dad will love, like Cedar or Bergamot.
Twine: Use thin jute twine to create a masculine hanger for the air freshener. You can also use craft thread or baker's twine.
Needle: A needle to stitch the twine in place.
Die Cut Machine with Dies: The die cut machine allows you to cut shapes for the auir fresheners from any matreial you like. I love felt but you can also use chipboad, pressboard, canvas fabric, and even burlap (though that might smell weird with the essentials oils on it). I used the Sizzix Big Shot Machine and a Sizzix Tree Die.
Plastic baggies: If you plan on giving these as a gift or making them ahead of time, you'll need a bag to store them in. The oil will soak through fabric and paper unless the air freshener is in an air tight bag until use.
Scissors: For cutting the twine.
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