It's easy to make pretty essential oil diffuser necklaces with clay and a few simple supplies.
Author: Chrystal Johnson
Small straw (we used one from a juice box)
Polymer clayin colors of your choice
Mini cookie cutters
Floral stampsor your favorite stamps
Remove the clay from the package, and roll it out using a rolling pin until it's around 1/4" thick.
Cut shapes out of the clay with the cookie cutters, just like you would when baking cookies.
Stamp a pattern onto the pendant, then use the straw to make a hole where the pendant will be tied to the string.
Transfer the pendant to the parchment paper lined cookie sheet, then repeat until you've made all of your clay pendants.
Bake the pendants according to the package directions and allow to cool completely.
Once they're cool, cut a piece of twine to your desired length - go a little longer than you think you want because I'll show you how to make them adjustable.
Fold the twine in half, then insert the loop through the hole on the pendant.
Take the other end and stick it through the loop.
Then tighten and adjust.
Next, take one end of the string and tie it to the other end. You should be able to move the knot up and down the string it's tied to.
Then, tie the other end to the other string, again making sure you tie it so the knot will move up and down.To adjust, all you have to do is move the knots up or down to make the necklace larger or smaller.
How to use an essential oil diffuser necklace
Just apply 1-2 drops of your favorite essential oil directly to the clay and lightly rub in. It should last for at least a few hours as long as you're using a quality essential oil. I love using scents that give me a nice, ongoing mood boost throughout the day.