|by Linda Collister|
Is there anyone in the world who doesn't love cake? And the homemade kind is best of all.
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Potpourri is a mixture ... one side) of a square of light fabric such as cheesecloth, old curtain fabric, birdseye, unbleached muslin, or other cotton.
Collect 2 inch ... well. Makes about 1 gallon potpourri. NOTE: As the fragrance of the potpourri begins to fade, just add a few more drops of cinnamon oil.
Mix and pour into little calico bags. Makes 5 cups.
Fill your home ... all ingredients in a medium pan. Add additional water and spices when needed. This smells wonderful. Let simmer or add to potpourri pot.
Combine all ingredients and bring to a boil on stove. Be sure to use an old pan as it will stain. Reduce heat and simmer for fragrancing you home. ...
Mix all ingredients together. Store in a large, sealed jar or plastic bag in a dark, cool place for 3 to 8 weeks. Stir or shake the mixture once a ...
Combine all ingredients ... a stablizer for potpourri (in other recipes ... very expensive). I used sumac berries instead of nandina berries in this recipe.
Combine ingredients. Add water to simmer on stove top or in potpourri pot.
Mix all ingredients with 1 cup of water and place in tea kettle. Bring to a boil. This will keep and warm regularly for up to ten days and makes your ...
Combine all ingredients and bring to a boil on stove. Be sure to use an old pan as it will stain. Reduce heat and simmer for fragrancing your home. ...
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