Stacey Solomon has been keeping herself busy at home during lockdown by taking on her own DIY projects around the home and garden.
The TV favourite, 31, has found a clever and easy way to reuse empty diffusers to keep your home smelling amazing.
Stacey placed the finished diffuser on the window sill alongside a heart-shaped sculpture[/caption]
The celeb mum decided to use the time while Rex, her son, was sleeping to show off her hack which led her to completely transform two empty diffusers to create stunning arrangements.
Taking to her Instagram stories, the celeb mum wrote: “So while pickle sleeps I thought I’d refill my diffusers because they’ve been dried out for goodness knows how long.”
But rather than just refilling them, Stacey admitted to getting carried away and decided to give them a complete makeover.
And once you’ve seen this clever hack, you’ll never throw away empty diffusers again.
She demonstrated how she transformed the old diffusers into new ones[/caption]
She also added pebbles from her garden[/caption]
Stacey started by removing the lid of the Pomegranate Reed Diffusers, which appear to be from Aldi.
She removed the labels and washed them thoroughly under water to remove any sticky residue.
In a bid to get creative with her new and improved diffusers, the Loose Women panellist wandered out to her garden and returned with a handful off white pebbles which she popped inside each of them.
To create the beautifully smelling fragrance, she filled each of the pots with Ashleigh and Burwood Lamp Fragrance Oil in Patchouli.
Stacey refilled each pot with scented lamp oil[/caption]
She even added fake roses for an added touch[/caption]
And just when you think she’d done enough, the DIY fan decided to take it to the next level by adding a beautiful floral touch
She cut down some white roses she had laying around the house and stuck them inside the pot along with the existing reed sticks.
After her demonstration, she shared a snap of the diffusers before the makeover, and straight after revealed the finished project – and it’s truly stunning.
She wrote: “I know it’s nothing to write home about but it made me happy and it’s so pretty.”
Stacey styled it on her window sill alongside a heart-shaped sculpture and it really is pretty.
It’s the perfect way to make your home smell beautiful and fresh without the expense of buying new candles or diffusers each time.
She put the rose in with the reed sticks[/caption]
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