Old December Fragrance Sachets
Enhance holiday gifts and greetings with a captivating bouquet of fragrance packets decked in imagery from holiday cards postmarked early 1900s. Their enticing aroma conjures visions of fresh-baked pies and hot wassail, while the old-world vignettes they present summon a host of beloved seasonal sensations...chestnuts roasting on an open fire, the steam of hot tea warming chilled faces, jingle bells mingling with the voices of carolers. Tuck sachets within the folds of a sweater, a pair of woolen mittens, or between holiday recipe cards. Or put a festive finishing touch on seasonal missives by enclosing with your annual Christmas cards and care packages. One creative customer pins several sachets together on sisal cord and drapes it like a banner across her curtains, enhancing seasonal décor while filling the room with the intoxicating aromas of cinnamon, clove, and spicy orange zest.
- 3 1/2" x 4 1/2".
- Set of 10.
- VTC Exclusive!
December 11, 2019
My second purchase of these. I am including one packet in each Christmas card.Last year used small clothes pins to attach each one to a sisal cord to make a festive banner draped across my bedroom curtains and the room smelled wonderful. Love the prints on each packet.
January 30, 2020
This is the third time I have purchased these sachets. I love the Christmas Victorian scenes. The scent is light and not overpowering. I gave a set to a friend for Christmas. I use mine to clip on a sisal cord and tie them as a banner across my curtains.
October 25, 2019
I have not opened the plastic packaging around the 10 sachets but I can smell them and they smell quite lovely cinnamon and clove. The picture on the envelope that I can see is nice and antique looking very nostalgic. It will be a nice addition to Xmas cards that I hand out to friends.
from San Francisco CA+
November 8, 2019
These will get tucked into boxes for mailing to the well-loved and far away ones.
from San Francisco CA
October 29, 2015
Sweet seasonal remembrances for a group of former colleagues who gather for lunch every couple of months. These are perfect.