Make these adorable pumpkin spice sachets for Fall. They only take a couple of minutes to make and they smell wonderful. Make a few for yourself or to give as gifts.
I used deco mesh to make these cute pumpkin sachets and cinnamon sticks for the stem. The loose weave mesh material is perfect for letting the scent of potpourri and spices through and they’re already cut to the right size.
Note: If you’re going to put these little sachets in your sweater drawer, I recommend using deco mesh without glitter! I made a few with glitter mesh but I’m using them as decoration on my table.
I’ve also provided a link in the supplies list to the fall tags that I used here. So gather up the supplies below, print out a few tags and read on to learn how to make them in the video and steps below.
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- 6″ Deco mesh (I’m using a Tulle Deco Mesh)
- Dried Potpourri
- Fragrance oil (optional)
- Cinnamon sticks (for the pumpkin stem)
- Elastic bands
- Ribbon and other decorations
- Free Fall Pumpkin & Spice Gift Tags (PDF file)
How to Make Pumpkin Spice Sachets
Start by cutting 3 squares of deco mesh about 10-inches long. Lay them on top of each criss-cross as shown here:
Put about a half of a cup of dried potpourri (I’m using pumpkin spice potpourri) in the center of your deco mesh.
Add 10 drops of essential oils (optional). I’m using pumpkin pie-scented essential oil. You could also add ground or whole spices like cinnamon or clove if you like.
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The addition of the essential oil will soak into the potpourri and extend the scent.
Gather the deco mesh around the dried potpourri to form a pumpkin. Add a cinnamon stick to the center and secure with a rubber band.
Decorate with twine, ribbon (or ripped fabric like I did) around the stem, and add a Fall Pumpkin & Spice Gift Tag printed on card stock.
I hope you love this easy Fall craft. If so, Pin-It to come back to later or to share! Then check out more Fall Craft Ideas.