How To Make A Rose and Lavender Sachet

Rose and Lavender Potpourri Recipe

Rose and Lavender Potpourri Recipe

I love drying out my flowers and reusing them. It’s one of my favorites things to do now. These lovely flowers were given to me by my husband for my birthday. Rose has a sweet smell and lavender is very soothing. I use it when I am feeling down or tired. It gives me that pick me up I need on a daily basis. So I developed my own potpourri recipe that I can place in little sachet bags.

I gathered 1 cup of the dried rose petals and added 1/2 cup of dried lavender. I combined the two and placed for a few days with a paper towel over them. The little bags have little hearts on them so they are perfect for Valentine Day.


Rose and Lavender Potpourri Recipe


After they are dried I combine dried flower petals in a bowl and mix well. Fill the bag with the mixture. Gather the open end of the rose-scented sachet leaving a heading on the bag about 1/2 of an inch. Tie the ribbon of the bag tightly.


How To Make Rose and Lavender Potpourri


I added one of the rose sachets in my purse and the sweet smell made me smile. I placed one on top of each of the pillows on the bed. They also make great drawer sachets. These make pretty gifts at an inexpensive cost. I am super excited to give a few as gifts to my friends for Valentines Day. Three of us are having lunch next week so I’ll bring a few to surprise them. Valentine is not only for husbands and wife’s it’s nice to share it with friends too.



Now that I made my first recipe of potpourri, I think the sky is the limit. There are so many variations out there. Will you make some? You can find similar bags and lavender at Micheals.

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  1. Maria this is such a lovely idea and really brightens up the space. I bet it must smell amazing!!

  2. Rebecca Jones says:

    Very nice, especially for Valentine’s Day.

    1. Thanks Rebecca for stopping by, glad you saw it. Where did you see the post! Thanks Maria

  3. Lovely idea, Maria. Creative and fun activity to give a room a new look!

  4. This is such a great idea! I love the smell of lavender and wouldn’t mind adding roses too. I’ll have to try this out sometime!

  5. What a great idea and will be such a sweet gift! Hope you are having a great day and thanks so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday and come back to see us real soon!
    Miz Helen

  6. I love dried rose petals, they are such a lovely way save a beautiful bunch of flowers and not waste them. I tried a few different methods a few years ago, so you just lay them out with a paper towel over them and leave them to dry out?

    1. Thats what I did too, Just use paper towels is the best way. Such a easy and cute project. Thanks Maria

  7. This sounds wonderful. I always save rose pedals. Pinning,

  8. Homemade potpurri is the best, It smells so much better and you know exactly what in there.

  9. Maria – your post is being featured this week at #TuneInThursday Thanks for sharing your post with my community. Make sure to grab the “I’ve been featured” button. I like the idea of preserving and extending the life of flowers 🙂

    1. Thank so much for the feature. I was super excited about it. I will add your link to that post of the bottom. Maria

  10. I’ve never made my own potpourri but it’s such a lovely idea especially to give it as gifts. I’m sure it smells wonderful! Thank you for sharing with us on Party in Your PJ’s.

  11. Your potpourri recipe sounds delightful. Thank you for sharing at Snickerdoodle. I am featuring you tomorrow at Snickerdoodle.

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