My motto is decorating for little money, so today I bring a nice, quick and inexpensive proposal. I made some scent lavender sachets for the closets, but you can also make hearts, cushions or other things you can think of.
You just need some scrap fabric, beautiful prints and a sewing machine.
The first thing is to choose the image you want, I used lovely French style ones. Karen from The Graphics Fairy has tons of them. Then I looked a few scraps of fabric and prepared to make the transfer. If you do not remember how it’s done you will find the explanation on how to transfer on fabric in less than five minutes. Finally, I saw the bag leaving an opening to fill it with dried lavender, and close-stitched it. Now we have it ready to perfume our closet.
Here you have the images in case you want to try your own.
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I hope you enjoy it!
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These are so adorable. I can practically smell them!
I love the smell of lavender!! If only I could grow some…
I love lavender! I need to get back to drying some of the lavender I grow, again.
Lisa, I love lavender!! I wish I was able to grow some…
I love the images you used. Thanks for sharing! What a fantastic gift idea. I may need to start making some of these for Christmas presents :).
My pleasure, Candance! Making some for Christmas is a great idea, I will think about it 🙂
Pili, your sachets are beautiful!
Marie, I’m glad you like them too!
I love lavendar sachets Pili and these are beautiful. Thanks for sharing at #AnythingGoes
I love sachets too, Sue, and I’m thinking about doing some as Christmas presents.
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So pretty! Here from TUT.
Many thanks, Melinda!!
Another terrific project! Love these. I am heading over to your transfer post because mine always look terrible and yours are perfect. I am going to see what I am doing wrong.
Thanks so much, Michelle! Glad I can be of any help! I would love to see what you do 🙂
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This is so pretty and I’m sure its fragrance is lovely.
Yes, it is Beverly, I love lavender!
This is adorable Pili!! Que cosa mas bonita 🙂 I love Lavender, I never manage to keep it alive though they need little water, I don’t know why…
Thank you so much, Katrin!! I never manage to keep any flower alive, but I confess I know the reason… I forget to water them. You can fill in the sachets with rice and any scent too.
Gracias por pasarte!
Lavender is a favorite scent of mine. I think these sachets would be perfect just about anywhere too! Thank you for sharing at Merry Monday!
Yes, Amanda, that’s a good idea too! They could be great as Christmas gifts as well.
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I love this idea. And I love the smell of lavender. So fresh and calming. We had a lavender plant outside our front window, in the spring the wind would blow and our house would fill with the scent of lavender through the open window. Loved it. Using your trick I can have the smell of lavender all year long. And I love the prints you used! Thanks for sharing at #WAYWOW!
I love lavender as well, but I must admit I’m not able to have any plants… I forget to water them. I know, it’s difficult to understand and I’ve tried my best, but they don’t last more than one year 🙁 But I keep trying!
Hi Pili. I just had an oops moment where I visited the link with your pillow and posted there instead of here. This is super cute. I’m so glad you shared at Five Star Frugal. Love, Mimi xxx
There’s no problem, Mimi. Love you visit my posts 🙂
I love these DIY sachet bags you made. The printable is so nice too. Thanks for sharing.
I would love to have you join and share this at a blog party I co-host of Monday’s called Cooking and Crafting with J & J.
Julie at Julie’s Lifestyle
Thanks so much, Julie. I would love to party with you!
Have a wonderful weekend.
This is such a cute idea!
Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!
Hi Jess!! I’m glad you like it too!!
Those are beautiful!! What a great gift idea for someone who has that theme in their home…or just loves lavender, like me! Thank you for sharing with us at the #HomeMattersParty
Yes, Jamie, even you can make some as Christmas gifts. Have a wonderful weekend!
Pili, is there a kind of fabric that is better for this? They look beautiful.
Thanks for sharing it on #tiptuesday.
Yes, cotton is one of the best, but you can use any other kind of fabric. Just make sure is not a rough fabric with big spaces between the fibres. The more “compact” the fabric the better.
So pretty! Pinned and tweeted. We truly appreciate you taking the time to be a part of our party. Please stop by and party with us again. The party starts Monday at 7 pm and ends on Friday at 7 pm. Happy Sunday! Lou Lou Girls
Thanks Kim, my pleasure! See you again on Tuesday!
Such a lovely idea. #WAYWOW
Su, thanks for visiting! Love you like the sachet
I love the smell of lavender!
Thanks for linking up at #FTAF next time please link up an old post. We want to see someting archived to help bring new life to something we missed!
Hi, Erica! Thanks for visiting! I’m a new blogger so I thought of sharing just some posts, but I’ll look for the oldest ones and I’ll link them next week 🙂
I love lavendar and these look so sophisticated. Thanks Pili for another great idea and linking up with us at #WednesdaysWisdom
Many thanks for visiting, Sue. Really happy you like them!
I absolutely adore lavender Pili and these sachet printables are adorable. I can see myself making a few of these for Christmas presents. Thanks so much for sharing at Thriving on Thursdays. I’m featuring this one at tomorrow’s party. Thanks for always linking up. I really appreciate it!
Anne @ Domesblissity xx
You’re very welcome Anne, I love partying with you! They will be great as Christmas presents, glad you’re inspired to do some.
These would be great Christmas gifts or Hostess gifts!! Thanks for linking at Your Inspired Design 🙂
Yes, Holly, I’m thinking about making some as gifts. Thanks for visiting!
Very sweet & I bet they small delicious 🙂 Thanks for linking up to #frifree4all
Yes, they do Hayley. They are even great as gifts.
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wooow…I want them for sure…they look lovely and perfect for gifts as well :)..I’m glad I found your blog 🙂
Pili, These lavender sachets are so pretty!! Thanks for sharing the instructions on how to make them! Great idea!!
Hi, Keri!! Glad you like them too! They are really cute, easy to make and inexpensive, all together! It’s a nice way to recycle spare fabric you may have.
Love lavender! These sachets are super pretty!
Thank you so much, Ilka! They smell great too!
So, so cute. I love lavender! I’d have those all over my house! I love the templates…maybe I will get around to making some myself. Thanks for sharing!
I agree, I would love to make some more, maybe when I have some free time… But I sure would love seeing yours!!
I love scented sachets, they’re always such a thoughtful gift and these look gorgeous Pili. Adore the graphics from The Graphics Fairy. What would we do without her?
Just lovely! I spray my pillow cases with lavender! It’s one of my favorite colors and fragrances. Beautiful post!