Boil potpourriCourtesy Half Baked Harvest
You know how baking always makes your house smell divine for an hour or so? You can get that same deliciousness going all day without the effort of baking a batch. Just throw the right ingredients in a pot of boiling water and leave it simmering all day to let those scents waft throughout your home. If the stovetop makes you nervous, put them in a slow cooker on low for four to six hours instead. Get an orange cranberry version from Half Baked Harvest, plus check out these other 6 stovetop potpourri recipes.
Citrus potpourriCourtesy Megan Porta from pipandebby.com
This stovetop potpourri recipe has a twist on your usual orangey citrus Christmas scents: grapefruit. The cozy result smells just like the holidays in a pot. Head to Pip and Ebby for the instructions, then find out how to make potpourri from your own garden plants.