20 Essential Oil Blends To Make Your Home Feel Like The Holidays

20 essential oil blends for the holidays
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It’s the holiday season once again—a time for family, good food, and merry celebrations. Let us bring back happy memories and ease into the holiday spirit with these essential oil holiday recipes.

1 – Pumpkin Pie

Nothing signals the holiday season quite like the smell of pumpkin pie, which you can create with certain essential oils. These antioxidant, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory essential oils are perfect for flu season, too.

pumpkin spice and everything nice

4 drops of cardamom

2 drops of cinnamon

2 drops of clove

1 drop of nutmeg

2 – The Woods In Fall

If you are too busy to go for a walk in the woods, bring nature into your home instead.

4 drops of clearing essential oil blend

4 drops of frankincense

2 drops of fir needle

3 – Holiday Spices

This is for when you miss the aroma of holiday cooking and need a surge of energy and inspiration.

2 drops of orange

1 drop of cinnamon

1 drop of clove bud

1 drop of ginger

4 – Thanksgiving Stuffing

While this may seem like a strange scent to recreate, this essential oil blend will surely bring back Thanksgiving memories with your family.

6 drops of rosemary

4 drops of sage

4 drops of thyme

1 drop of black pepper

5 – Post-Thanksgiving Blend

A combination of essential oils with carminative and analgesic properties, this blend will help prevent bloating and nausea after a hearty feast.

5 drops of ginger

4 drops of roman chamomile

2 drops of lemongrass

holiday cheer setting the table

6 – Who Wants Spiced Cider?

Get a burst of energy with this essential oil blend that smells like your favorite Thanksgiving drink. This essential oil mixture is energizing and will put you in a good mood.

6 drops of ginger

5 drops of orange

2 drops of cinnamon

7 – By The Fireplace

With this, you can get some hot cocoa along with your favorite book and either read by the fireplace or pretend that you’re doing so. These essential oils will help you relax but stay alert enough to converse with others or read.

3 drops of cinnamon

3 drops of allspice

2 drops of orange

1 drop of clove

1 drop of nutmeg

8 – Under The Stars

When was the last time you lay down on the grass and watched the stars? The Bliss essential oil blend will not only help with relaxation but also inspire optimism and calm.

4 drops of bliss essential oil blend

3 drops of clove

1 drop of rose geranium

9 – Holiday Spirit

Forget about work and settle into the holiday spirit by relax with this essential oil holiday recipe.

5 drops of deep calming essential oil blend

2 drops of frankincense

2 drops of mint

10 – Snowy Winter Woods

This essential oil blend is extremely calming, like a relaxing walk in the woods during winter.

4 drops cypress

2 drops sandalwood

2 drops bergamot

2 drops clove

winter wonderland

11 – Gingerbread House

Who does not love the taste and fragrance of gingerbread?

5 drops of ginger

4 drops of clove

3 drops of cinnamon

2 drops of nutmeg

12 – A Cup Of Eggnog

Get festive with this eggnog essential oil blend and, perhaps, real eggnog.

8 drops of nutmeg

2 drops of vanilla

2 drops of cinnamon

13 – Candy Cane

Even if you do not have a sweet tooth, you won’t be able to get enough of this rejuvenating recipe.

4 drops of wintergreen

4 drops of orange

2 drops of peppermint

14 – Christmas Tree In The Morning

The process of choosing a Christmas tree, bringing it home, and then decorating it is always exciting. Complete the holiday spirit with the scent of a Christmas tree in the air.

6 drops of fir needle

3 drops of cypress

2 drops of nutmeg

2 drops of cedarwood

utama spice is incense

15 – The Three Wise Men

This will transport you to the moment when the three wise men visited Jesus Christ in the manger.

5 drops of frankincense

5 drops of myrrh

5 drops of sandalwood

16 – Spreading Holiday Cheer

For a high-energy holiday reminiscent of the excitement of opening presents on Christmas morning, try this recipe.

4 drops frankincense

4 drops of geranium rose

3 drops of ylang-ylang

2 drops of clove

17- Take A Bite Of Snickerdoodle

Half of our holiday memories are accompanied by snickerdoodles. Christmas is simply not complete without them.

3 drops orange

2 drops of cinnamon

1 drop of clove

18 – Happy New Year

Count down the minutes to the new year with this celebratory essential oil blend that inspires positive energy.

5 drops of orange

2 drops of lavender

1 drop of lemon

1 drop of ylang-ylang

utama spice gives thanks to all!

19 – New Year, New Me

This essential oil blend is for people who strive to improve themselves every year. It will help you cleanse and refocus your mind, body, and spirit so you can achieve your ideal self.

3 drops of frankincense

3 drops of bergamot

3 drops of lemon

3 drops of grapefruit

20 – New Year’s Resolution

These essential oils will give you energy and improve mind functions. Ultimately, it will inspire you to work toward all of your New Year’s resolutions.

4 drops of vetivert

2 drops of eucalyptus

2 drops of rosemary

2 drops of peppermint

How To Enjoy These Essential Oil Blends

Essential oils are best used for aromatherapy. They have strong scents that will not only make your home smell great and Christmasy but also deliver great benefits for your mind and body. Here are some ways you can use them at home:

Nebulizing Diffusers -Nebulizing diffusers, such as the Danau Nebulizing Diffuser, efficiently diffuse essential oils without the use of heat or water. They disperse essential oils in the form of microfine vapor that stays in the air for a longer period, keeping your home smelling nice longer.

Diffuser Reeds – These do not really disperse scent, but they can make an area of your house smell fantastic. They work well if you want different scents throughout your home.

Spray – Combine essential oils with water and a tablespoon of grain alcohol then transfer to a spray bottle. Shake the bottle before spraying the mixture around your house.

Whichever method you choose, these essential oil holiday recipes from Utama Spice will surely make your home festive this holiday season.


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99 thoughts on “20 Essential Oil Blends To Make Your Home Feel Like The Holidays

  1. André Mendes says:

    Wow, I’m going to be using some of these recipes for sure. I didn’t know it was this easy to create our own essential oils.
    Cheers

  2. Johanne Stone says:

    “New Year, New Me” sounds absolutely divine. I love the smell of all these oils. After CoVid19 2020, I want to cleanse and refocus my mind, body, and spirit so I can achieve back my ideal self.

  3. Bonnie says:

    I wish I read this before Christmas! I never even thought about the ambience it could help create for Christmas day.
    However, the Woods in fall is going to be my new jam.

  4. Asia says:

    I can’t wait to try some of these out. Thank you! I bet “Who Wants Spiced Cider” smells great!

  5. Angelica says:

    These all sound awesome! Love the Woodsy and Pepperminty ones the most but I want to try them all!

  6. Natalie says:

    I want to try the Thanksgiving stuffing blend to see if it actually smells like stuffing! Super creative!!!

  7. Christina Gould says:

    I don’t know how long I can go smelling pumpkin pie spice without eating an entire pie, lol. Thanks for posting!

  8. TRACY SIMMS says:

    I am commenting on the v ideo on making homemade items–that is good but I am lazy..I wish I had time to make my own skin items LOL
    Thanks for the video!

  9. Barrie says:

    I love these diffuser scents! The New Years resolution will be one we smell a lot around her as of tomorrow!

  10. Kimberly Matthews says:

    I love essential oils and and these recipes sound devine. I have a couple of diffusers already and I can’t wait to try some of these recipes. Especially #16 and #19. Lately I have been dealing with anxiety/depression due to the current pandemic, Holidays, and having to be more socially distant from family than usual. It really has been a tough year and it’s the perfect time for essential oils.

  11. KariLorr says:

    All of these sound amazing, but I think I’m going to have to give the Gingerbread House combo a try first 🙂

  12. Karen G says:

    I cant choose a favorite but think I will try spiced cider first. Who can resist the aroma of the holidays?!

  13. Jormungandr says:

    I’m making it my new years resolution to try the new years resolution oil blend! 😀
    Love a lot of these, especially the autumn one with nutmeg and cinnamon! Can’t ever get enough of those two things!

  14. Roxeen Critser says:

    Thank-You for the recipes. I love woodsy smells in my home all year long. Can’t wait to try these recipes for essential oils

  15. Ronald Gagnon says:

    I live alone…

    Covid ruined everyone’s Christmas this year..

    not even an essential oil present…

    BAH….HUMBUG

  16. Lauryn R says:

    These recipes are amazing, I love the holidays and all of the scents! Thank you so much for sharing, I’m definitely bookmarking this for later.

  17. Fay Burman says:

    These all sound wonderful! I especially love the sound of 19, lemon and grapefruit are both favourites of mine.

  18. Paula S. says:

    OMG, all of these sound wonderful! I love essential oils but I have never really thought of combining them to make different fragrances. I have always just purchased a scent and left it at that. I am definitely going to try some of these!

  19. Minnie C. says:

    The recipes on pairing two or more essential oils sound wonderful. The Christmas scents are easy peasy to make at home. Every individual should be able to create their own scent and enjoy it in their home. Thank you for sharing recipes!

  20. Megan Allen says:

    Oh my goodness! I need all of these! I would love for my house to smell like pumpkin pie right now!

  21. Kristen H. says:

    Thanks for sharing in this blog post essential oil blends you can make to give your home more of a holiday season feel. I definitely hope to make some of them at some point, especially since I wish it could feel like the holidays in my home longer than the holiday season lasts.

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