One weekend, we were cleaning the house and Mama Khatie asked me where she can keep the old bottles of our essential oils.
I remember seeing a DIY Christmas light bulbs using old essential oil bottles and I thought of doing the same… and do it early to usher the longest celebration of the year – CHRISTMAS SEASON!
And right there and then, just before midnight of September 1 (start of “ber” months), we had the lighting of our very own Christmas Tree decorated with sparkling lights and empty bottles of our favorite essential oils.
As many of you know already, we’ve been an avid user of essential oils ever since a friend of ours gifted us a kit in 2018. We were the first ones during that time but we’ve not been actively promoting… just simply posting how it changed our lifestyle.
Since then, we enjoyed the many benefits of these essential oils from aromatic use (we love the calming scent of LAVENDER oil), to topical use (I usually have DIGIZE essential oil which proved effective for my tummy problem), and even taking capsules of THIEVES essential oils to boost our immune especially during this pandemic.
And over the years, we have accumulated bottles which we decided to repurpose for this year’s Christmas Tree theme. We always have theme every year, from gift boxes to symbolize generosity, to toys to highlight the child-like dreamworld of kids like our daughter, to this years essential oils in time to battle off this pandemic which was a huge thing this year.
And so we started to clean them off by soaking it on clean water overnight. Then we let it dry and the water was also diffused afterwards.
We also added unused bottles and ties on a thread to be hung on the tree. These bottles will add up to the volume and color as well as highlight also our new oil collections from my wife’s monthly ER (Essential Rewards).
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I'm a Christian, a husband and a father, a Filipino expat in Qatar, entrepreneur, aspiring blogger, freelance real estate consultant, lover of anything KOREAN, an adventurer.