This one uses the grain alcohol method
This one uses olive oil and the sun
If you trust your source to be made locally or from a reputable company (that does not make scents in lead pots, for example) you can buy these oils in small amounts. Don't worry that .05 ounces doesn't sound like much, a few drops go a long way!
Massage oils: Scent plus olive oil in jar. Done!
Scented Bath Salts. One part Baking Soda
Nine parts Epsom Salt
Drops of fragrance to achieve desired scent, add a few drops food coloring if desired. Label and tie a ribbon on it.
Salt Scrubs: Lavender: (drops to achieve desired scent ) stirred into course grain sea salt. Label and ribbon.
Lemon thyme salt scrub: add to ten drops of lemon oil, a little lemon zest,
1/4 tsp. Thyme and 4 ounces of sea salt.
Citrus scrub: In a 4 ounce jar pour two thirds full with sugar, and cover with your lemon or orange or lime oil extracted with the olive oil in the sun method. Fill to the top with sugar, seal, label and ribbon.
Scrubs should be made on the way out the door and labeled to keep in fridge for cool refreshing scrub for two weeks.
Sachets: Cut a few (a dozen) pieces of fabric 3" by 7". Fold in half. Stitch along three sides, turn inside out. Stuff with cotton balls. Drop in a few drops of essential oil. Add more cotton balls. Turn in the top raw edges of fabric "pillow" and stitch shut. Place in zippered storage bag until needed. Give in sets of four or six, tied with a bow. Tag with a label " scented sachet for lingerie" .
Variation: Collect small vintage handkerchiefs Place scented cotton in the center, gather tight;y above the cotton making a little pouch. tie with a silk ribbon. This is a sachet and when the scent is gone, a handkerchief.
Gather wood shavings, dried leaves and dried fruit slices.
Dried fruit has a scent, add dried eucalyptus to complement it.