How To Make A Stovetop Fall Potpourri

September is here,  and many of us are ready to embrace fall with its colors and fragrance.  Many folks like to use candles or a dry potpourri to add a pleasant aroma to their homes.  I personally prefer an easy pot of water with some of my favorite ingredients.  You can use an electric simmer pot, a small crock pot, or a medium sauce pan on a back burner of your stove on low.  I find this mixture lasts for about 1 to 2 days of comforting aromas.  It makes your home feel cozy and filled with love without any chemicals.  Please note: This recipe is not for consumption although all ingredients are edible.

Today let’s make a simple stovetop potpourri  for the autumn season.  Stovetop potpourri seems to spread its fragrance better than any candle or air freshener can. It is inexpensive and  is easy to make. What I love about homemade potpourri is the fact you know exactly what it contains, and there are no hidden chemicals.  Last holiday season I shared an easy holiday stovetop potpourri.  The mix of ingredients has been slightly adjusted for the fall season.

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