I created a fun tutorial a few weeks back on how to create a diffuser necklace. After quite a few people asking in comments and on social media for the bracelet I shared, I am happy to post this tutorial on how to make your own DIY essential oil diffuser bracelet.
They are super cute, and I love all of the compliments I get on mine. They are also simple to make, which makes this craft a BONUS! You can whip one out in less than 5 minutes. Make sure you also bookmark this page to learn of other great ways to use your essential oils!
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To get started making a diffuser bracelet, you will need to have a few things on hand to work with.
DIY Essential Oil Diffuser Bracelet
- stretch magic
- favorite oils (<–click there to see what my favorite oils are!)
These are really easy to make, and don’t take long at all. In fact, you can whip these up rather quickly.
First, unwind a small portion of the stretch magic. I just do a little, because if you do too much, you may get tied up in knots.
After you have the stretch magic started, go ahead and start adding your beads to the string. Do not re-cut the stretch magic. Just start adding the beads.
Once you get to your desired length, wrap it around your wrist and make sure it fits. You may need to add a few beads or even take some away.
Once you have your beads added, I like to add my charm, and the large open metal bead that I use as my diffuser piece.
Tie the ends together in several knots, and then cut your bracelet from the stretch magic. Oila! A beautiful new bracelet!
Essential Oil Diffuser
These are so easy to make. I love how many different options you can create. I even created a quick video for you to check out.
What do you think? Are you ready to make your own essential oil diffuser bracelet? Perfect to add a little Peace and Calming to before you head off to work! If you haven’t started with essential oils, what are you waiting for? Check out why I like to use essential oils, and then all of the ways I like to use them.
Here are some of my favorite posts with essential oils:
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