Pin2Share4TweetShareEmail6 SharesI briefly shared this tutorial earlier this month in another post, but I decided that it deserves a full post of its own. Today I’ll be focusing on our underwear drawers ladies. I know many of us work so hard, that we sometimes forget about self-care. Fragrances are one of the things that tend to boost my confidence pretty quickly. So, I want to share a super quick tutorial on how to make perfumed lingerie sachets. When I say super quick, I mean 5 minutes or less for this one.This post contains affiliate links, which means I make a tiny commission when you make a purchase linking from this post.How To Make A Perfumed Lingerie SachetSachets help to keep your clothing, stored in tight closed places, fresh. People have been using these for centuries in their luggage; to freshen their linens and to help their children sleep. By the end of this tutorial, you’ll have a sweet-smelling sachet to throw in your lingerie drawer, suitcase or pretty much anywhere you like. It’s your world girl !Here’s everything you’ll needScissors1/2 cup riceRibbonOld pair of nylons or tightsPerfumeStep 1. Cut a 3″ to 4″ section out of an old pair of pantyhose or tights. I prefer to use the toe sections of my old pantyhose. It forms a quick pouch, for when I want to keep it simple. Step 2. If using a mid section piece, secure one of the ends by tying it with a knot or ribbon. Step 3. Fill a small plastic bowl or dish with your uncooked riceUse rice to fill your lingerie sachet. How To Make A Perfumed Lingerie Sachet Tutorial | Naturally StellarStep 4. Spray the rice with your favorite perfume and mix well. I’m using a fun and flirty fragrance for my latest sachets. This is Sweet Like Candy by Ariana Grande.Sweet Like Candy by Ariana Grande 1.7 fl. oz Buy Sweet Like CandyStep 5. Add the rice to the nylon pouch and secure the other end by tying it tightly with a decorative ribbon. CHECK THIS OUT ✴ Stellar's Banana Protein Deep Conditioner Recipe I hope you guys found this helpful. Now go sashay all over your crib with your new sachets. Ok, I know. Lame joke Candice. Where do you plan on using these?The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest PostsCandice S.Founder, E of Women's Lifestyle Blog, Naturally Stellar | Copywriter and Content Creator | I left corporate life 8+ years ago, to pursue my goal of becoming a writer. Boom!! I did that! Now I'm an accomplished copywriter and then some! You should hire me. #RockStarMomsLatest posts by Candice S. (see all) Quick 5 Minute Updo And Hiding Gray Hair With Gray Away - October 23, 2020 10 Dope Beauty Boxes For Product Curious Chicks - October 16, 2020 Perfect Fall Family Movie Night + Snack Ideas and Movie List - October 12, 2020 9 Responses 10 Clever Uses For Your Favorite Perfumes ⋆ Naturally Stellar July 26, 2017 […] Lifestyle Tutorial | Easy 5 Minute Homemade Lingerie Sachet […] Reply Brittany Marie June 12, 2017 Omgosh! I love this! This is something I will be doing this weekend to add some smell to my drawer. Gonna have buy some stockings but that’s alright lol anyway thank you for sharing this awesome tutorial ? Reply Candice S. June 13, 2017 Thank you! Any really porous fabric will work too if you don’t have stockings around. Reply Mimi Green June 11, 2017 This is a great idea, I’m not a fragrance wearer but I would use oils. I would put them in my truck and in my closet. Reply Candice S. June 13, 2017 Great places to put these! You definitely can use essential oils with this tutorial. Lot’s of possibilities with oils. Reply Gennatay June 11, 2017 This is an awesome tip.I’ll probably throw a couple of these is my car under the seats to keep it smelling fresh. Reply alifeofauthenticity June 9, 2017 I so love this idea and it is simple. I am all about a simple DIY project. Thank you for sharing! Reply kemkem June 9, 2017 This is so cute! I think even I could do this, and l will give it a shot. Thanks for sharing :-). Reply Candice S. June 13, 2017 Thanks! Yes, I think anyone can do this one. It’s really easy. Glad you like it. ReplyGot something to say? Leave a comment Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.