Wednesday, 7 April 2010

Scented Sachet

This was a simple and relaxing project to do. I saw the instructions here- http://tipnut.com/paper-sachets-tutorial   and thought they would be good for scenting drawers.  Half of them I filled with lavender, and the others are done with vanilla pot pourri.
I shall be on the lookout for some more pretty papers to do some more, and some nice scented pot pourri.

I have a nice peaceful day ahead.  The workmen have arrived to do cavity wall insulation.  It is reminding me of why I don't like dentists.  The whole house is vibrating.  Wonder how many hours this lasts?




12 comments:

Nic said...

They are very pretty!

stitcheranon said...

They are gorgeous..how did you make them?

Annie said...

Those are so pretty. Hopefully the scent will calm you down after the vibrations (and noise?)

Terry said...

How cute! Hope the workmen are done soon and things settle down there! :0)

Jandi said...

Lovely! I hope the workmen don't take too long!

Knitting Linguist said...

Ooh, those are lovely!

Good luck with the cavity-filling -- it sounds bad, whether it's a house or one's teeth...

Miriam said...

Thanks for the link, they are very nice and I like your pretty paper!

Karan said...

What a novel idea... & very pretty they are too. :0) Hope the drilling didn't go on too long.

Queenmothermamaw said...

I love the sachets. They look like they would be fun to do. We just had the insulation thingie done. It only took one afternoon. We can sure tell the difference thought on the electric bill. Blessings
QMM

averyclaire.org said...

I ADORE these little sachets. I used to make greeting cards with this pattern. Love the idea of filling them. You will be happy in the winter with the extra insulations in your walls. Hugs, Averyclaire

Deepa said...

mmmmm...smells good :)

Elena said...

Very beautiful! Can be a nice gift too!
Hope that fixing the house will go smoothly! :0