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If you could bottle up the Christmas Season, it would look just like this DIY gift idea – in these best essential oil room spray recipes.  I have 4 varieties plus free printable bottle labels to make your unique and smelly-good gift really something special!

Holiday room spray in a gift box

*Disclosure:  I am an affiliate for Rocky Mountain Oils, which means if you use my links I will get a percentage of the sell at no extra cost to you.  Thank you!  Affiliate income is a large part of why I can provide this free content for you!

Scents can elicit strong memories for many people. That is probably one of the many reasons essential oils are so popular. They also create pure, whole, and natural therapy for all your senses.

What better way to enjoy them and to share that gift with others than to create an essential oil room spray recipe with witch hazel? It’s the perfect gift for just about anyone, and you can mix and match scents to nearly no end of combinations.

All Natural Essential Oil Holiday Room Spray

You can get more DIY gift ideas with this series: “HANDMADE HOLIDAYS“.

How to create the best essential oil room spray recipe

Since scents can be so personal, the best recipe is one that you come up with yourself. Take each bottle, and add a drop to your hands and breathe deeply. Or, simply open the bottle top, and draw in a smell and see what you like best. Repeat until you have 2-3 you like, and then try them together. 

4 varieties of Holiday room spray

Don’t want to do that, or need some ideas to get started? I have 4 of the best essential oil recipes here that are perfect for the holiday season. You can also get a free printable (see below) to add to your bottles for gift giving. 

My friends at Rocky Mountain Oils helped me on getting some of these blends just right. They smell of Christmas memories: peppermint, pine, orange, cinnamon, spruce. 

rocky mountain oils used in holiday room spray

I love Rocky Mountain Oils for so many reasons, which you may have heard me talk about HERE.  They are knowledgeable, helpful, and have incredible prices on their pure oils without making you feel like you need to commit to monthly purchases.  Rocky Mountain Oils is NOT an MLM (multi-level-marketing) and they always have FREE shipping and great freebie offers.

Whether you just want to dabble in essential oils with a few purchases, or you want to slowly stock your supply, I 100% believe the best place to purchase is with Rocky Mountain Oils (and you can trust me, I’ve tried many different companies!).

So let’s take a look at the 4 different varieties of blends Rocky Mountain Oils helped me come up with and share with you.  These blends also work great in diffusers, by the way (kinda like my 10 Fall diffuser blends)!  I will leave a printable “recipe” below so you can easily create your sprays.


I think my favorite, favorite blend is SUGAR & SPICE – oh it smells soooo nice!

ingredients for sugar and spice holiday room spray

Whether or not you chop down a real tree, this blend, OH CHRISTMAS TREE, can make any room smell like a Christmas forest!

oils needed for oh christmas tree room spray

The blend CANDY CANE smells good enough to eat!  You can sub out the wintergreen for peppermint oil, and both smell equally delicious.  Half my family is team wintergreen, the other half team peppermint.

ingredients for candy cane holiday room spray

WINTER WONDERLAND is a delight to the senses and combines so much that I love about Christmas in a soothing way.

ingredients for winter wonderland holiday room spray

You can’t go wrong with any of these blends for your DIY gift spray.  Pick one and order the oils for that, or go all out and experiment with all of the blends!

beautifully labeled Holiday room spray for DIY Christmas gift idea

Considering you can get a whole ton of drops out of these little bottles, this can really be a cost effective gift you can make in bulk.  Let’s go over the supplies you will need for the Holiday Room Spray.

ingredients to make holiday room spray


  • Filtered or distilled water
    • Most of what is in the bottle is water, which is another reason this is very cost effective.
  • Witch Hazel (non-scented)
    • Witch Hazel acts as an emulsifier and helps distribute the oils in the water evenly, so you get an even smell with each spray.  I still like to give my bottle a shake before I spray.  You can also use rubbing alcohol or salt, but I much prefer the results of the Witch Hazel.
  • Essential Oils of choice
    • I have detailed how many drops you need for each bottle below.
  • Glass Spray Bottle
    • You could essentially make a very large bottle of room spray, but for gifting purposes these 2 oz. bottles from Amazon are perfect.
  • Avery Labels product number 4224
    • These are the exact labels I used for my bottles, and the labels I designed my printables to fit perfectly.  Any other small rectangle label could work if you adapt the downloadable design, but for perfect results on my printables, I highly recommend purchasing these dissolvable Avery Labels.
  • Funnel


Making the Holiday room spray is easy enough for the whole family to get involved, however you do have to be careful they do not get the essential oils directly on their skin as it may be too strong without being diluted.

First, fill your 2 ounce glass bottle up with filtered water about 3/4ths of the way full.

adding water to bottle for holiday room spray

Next, add 1 teaspoon of Witch Hazel.

adding witch hazel to holiday room spray

Add the recommended drops of essential oils, carefully counting each drop.

adding essential oils to holiday room spray

Securely twist on the lid and give the bottle a good shake and a test spray.

Holiday room spray


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spraying a bottle of holiday room spray


I’ve also given detailed instructions on how to use to upload my PDF designs for the labels, and print them directly on the sticky labels.

printable labels for holiday room spray


View or print this “recipe” to help you make your room sprays.  Please remember, measurements are meant for a 2 ounce glass bottle.  Adjust to your bottles accordingly.

Holiday room spray in a gift box

All Natural Essential Oil Holiday Room Spray

Created by
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 2 minutes
Total Time 7 minutes
4 varying essential oil blends and ingredients to make Holiday Room Spray.


  • 7 drops of Spruce
  • 7 drops of Orange
  • 5 drops of Clove Bud
  • 7 drops of Wintergreen or Peppermint
  • 5 drops of Lime
  • 3 drops of Cinnamon
  • 5 drops of Peppermint
  • 5 drops of Citrus Passion
  • 3 drops of Clove Bud
  • 3 drops of Frankincense
  • 7 drops of Rosemary
  • 5 drops of Peppermint
  • 5 drops of Pine


  • Recipes are designed for a 2 ounce bottle.
  • Fill bottle up 3/4ths of the way with filtered or distilled water.
  • Add one teaspoon of Witch Hazel.
  • Add drops of essential oils, according to measurements above.
  • Seal the bottle and give it a good shake.
Holiday room spray in a gift box

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There ya have it!  A unique and deliciously smelling gift for anyone on your list!

Spray it in your home, on your bedding, as a car freshener, and even on your clothing for perfume!

gift box and hands giving holiday room spray

I hope you enjoy and you can bet I’ll be back with more DIY gift ideas!  For now, be sure to PIN THIS POST so you can easily come back to it!

holiday room sprays

FYI:  This project was photographed on my new Hanstone Quartz Countertop and wall on wheels in my garage!  Cool huh?!

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  1. Cami! I just ordered everything to make the Sugar and Spice scent and I’m so excited, thanks for helping me cross one of my gifts off my list!!! I’m also adding my email so send me alllllll the labels! 🙂

    What an awesome post. Oh! Also! Just last night Rick was reacting to my latest linen spray and saying how it was causing his heart to race and making it hard for him to breathe…. (I quite LOVED it myself!!) So I decided last night that I would research a DIY linen spray and so imagine my surprise when I saw your post this morning!!! I’m totally using this for my linens too. So much better than chemical fragrances! Love ya!!

    1. Oh you will love that one! Just go ahead and douse yourself in it 😉

      It was about 3 years ago I started noticing 1 daughter who seemed really sensitive to all the cleaners and sprays I was using. Then I began to take note on how so many of them congested me and even set on migraines. It’s been a learning transition since then. I love yummy smells, so I’m so glad oils help me enjoy them still. You’ll come to love the pure and clean smell of them, so tell Rick good things are coming! I was diffusing sugar and spice yesterday and the kids came home and started hunting for “cinnamon rolls”. Oh how disappointed they were. Haha!

      By the way – getting scheduled with your talented daughter! I’m so excited! And nervous. I’m super awkward on camera and Kevin is even worse!

  2. Thank you! These will smell wonderful! I have a sensitive sniffer like you. “Canned” fragrances/florals give me a WHOPPER of a headache, and daughter migraines, ouch! I love oils! I can pick and choose my smells (which means I can stay away from florals!), yay! ?

  3. This is a great page! I would like to make each of these and put them in smaller bottles so that I can spread the cheer even further.
    My question is- which oils, in what ratio, could I sub for Citrus Passion? I have many citrus eo’s but I don’t buy blends because I make my own.
    Thank you for your time. Be blessed and grateful.

    1. Yes, you really could make the most of this! I’m so glad you liked the idea! The citrus blend is simply made up of orange, grapefruit, lemon and lime so you could easily blend those in as well. Hope that helps!

  4. This is already a spectacular series, Cami. Not only do I love the idea of these particular essential oil blend sprays as gifts, but the design of your post and the photos takes my breath away. Beautifully done, ma’am. Cheers, Ardith