Make Your Own Perfume

My little sister concocted perfumes all summer long. Now, it’s time for me to share the fun nature and science activity with my kids.

We used a mortar and pestle to mix water and flowers.

Then added in other smelly things like . . .

We poured perfume in small jars. So pretty!

*Inspired by Tinker Lab’s Creative Challenge Blog Hop.

  • http://inspirationlaboratories.com Trisha @ Inspiration Laboratories

    My sister and I used to make perfume from flowers when were little. It was so much fun. I like how you added the mortar and pestle.

    • http://imaginationsoup.net Melissa Taylor

      so much fun! – of course it never smells that great, especially after a few days . . .

  • Thalia

    It is not easy to make our own perfume and I should say that this idea is awesome! I actually enjoyed this post so much..

  • http://www.thecardboardcollective.com Amber @ thecardboardcollective

    Great activity! I have to say the mortar and pestle and fancy glass bottle definitely lend a very romantic atmosphere to your fabulous perfume laboratory!

  • http://triactolexped.com/ Hazel Delle

    Wow this is perfect fun time activity with kids. The girl is really enjoying making perfumes. Kids really love to explore a lot of things and making perfume is really amazing.

  • http://www.sugarloco.com jenny – sugar loco

    Such a cute idea! I wouldn’t mind a little behind my ears right now :)

  • http://writemindopenheart.com Lori Lavender Luz

    What a great idea! We could use stuff right out of our garden. And my kids would love DOing it an HAVing it.

  • http://PragmaticMom.com PragmaticMom

    My girls love doing this but I never thought to give them the mortar and pestle. Great idea! Now, I just need more flowers to bloom.

  • http://TinkerLab.com Rachelle

    Those beautiful photos make me want to jump right into your perfumery. I can just smell it! Thanks for joining the creative challenge!!

  • http://www.wordplayhouse.com heather at wordplayhouse®

    This is a wonderful way to slow down and share the details of nature — their wonderful fragrances!

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