What You Need 1 oz. unsweetened, unflavored gelatin 2 cups cold water 1 tbsp. salt 20 to 30 drops essential oils (depending on the scent, see below) Small saucepan Whisk Decorative heat-proof jars Chopsticks or skewers Optional Stuff Food coloring to color your home-made air freshener in the hue of your choice A splash of vodka to keep mold at bay Essential Oil Volumes For Sweet Basil and Lemon: 20 drops Sweet Basil essential oil 8 drops Lemon essential oil For Rosemary Orange: 25 drops Sweet Orange essential oil 5 drops Rosemary essential oil (use this sparingly as the scent is very strong) For Fresh Pine Scent: 25 drops Fir Pine essential oil 3 drops Lemon essential oil 2 drops Sweet Orange essential oil 1 drop Bergamot essential oil For Pure Lavender: 30 drops of Lavender essential oil For Esssence of Provençe: 20 drops Lavender essential oil 5 drops Thyme essential oil2 drops Lemon essential oil Preparation Instructions - Pour a cup of water into the saucepan and bring to a boil. Next, sprinkle the gelatin over the water and whisk until it has completely dissolved. - Add the salt, followed by the second cup of water. Whisk the mixture again and then set aside. - Next, add the essential oils and food coloring (if using) to a decorative heat-proof jar. - While the gelatin mixture is still hot, pour it into the jar and stir until the mixture is evenly colored. You can also add a splash of vodka into the mixture at this point to ensure your air freshener doesn’t go moldy. - Leave the jar uncovered and let the mixture cool on a heat-proof surface. I used 30 drops of tea tree oil for moth control in the closet. We will see how it goes.