DIY Mini Essential Oil Fall Diffuser Bombs

It's officially fall, and I have been LOVING my fall diffuser blends so much! I like to diffuser a different blend each day, so I decided to make some mini diffuser bombs using dram bottles. Each dram gives me 3-4 uses in my diffuser and I can easily swap out diffuser blends without having to make more each time!

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Diffuser bombs are easy and convenient. They are little bottles of a ready-made diffuser blend, so you can just drop a few drops into your diffuser, turn it on, and enjoy the essential oil blend for hours!

Supplies to Make Mini Fall Diffuser Bombs

To make these five fall diffuser blends, you will need:

  • 1/4 dram bottles (available in the Sweet Tea Oils Shop HERE)
  • the following essential oils: orange, ylang ylang, clove, nutmeg, cinnamon bark, frankincense, ginger, and stress away

How to Make Mini Fall Diffuser Bombs

The quantities given in the recipes for each of the fall diffuser blends is enough to fill one 1/4 dram bottle. You will be able to get 3-4 uses out of each dram bottle, depending on the size of your diffuser.

Trick or Treat Diffuser Bomb

  • 9 drops orange
  • 6 drops cinnamon bark
  • 6 drops frankincense

Snickerdoodle Diffuser Bomb

  • 15 drops stress away
  • 9 drops cinnamon bark
  • 3 drops nutmeg

Mulled Cider Diffuser Bomb

  • 12 drops orange
  • 6 drops nutmeg
  • 3 drops cinnamon bark
  • 3 drops clove

Pumpkin Spice Diffuser Bomb

  • 6 drops clove
  • 6 drops cinnamon bark
  • 6 drops orange
  • 2 drops ginger
  • 2 drops nutmeg

Orange Marshmallow Pumpkin Spice Diffuser Bomb

  • 10 drops nutmeg
  • 10 drops cinnamon bark
  • 10 drops ylang ylang
  • 6 drops stress away
  • 6 drops orange
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