New Room Diffusers!

We now have our best diffuser pots yet. They are bright, colorful, and really cute - real works of art!

Local potter Stephanie Amos created them for us specifically for our room diffuser oil. We're selling them in kits that come with a pot, rattan reeds, and buyer's choice of fragrance oil.

These are perfect to scent a small to medium-sized room. We actually have our diffusers scattered throughout the house. We notice them when we first come home, but the real treat is when we have guests over - they also compliment how wonderful our house smells thanks to these reed diffusers!

Since each pot is a one-of-a-kind piece of art, I've listed them once only between three different sites.
You can find a majority of them on our main website:
Blissology: The Science of Bliss
A few on our etsy site:
And a few on our ArtFire site:

They're $20 each and come in a great gift box. We also sell Refill Diffuser Oils that come with fresh reeds when you run out. You can use the refills in any container suitable for diffuser oil (if it's pottery, it must have proper glaze on the bottom or it will seep through).

Like any other sort of room fragrance, the usual warnings apply. Keep out of reach from children and pets, avoid contact with skin and eyes, do not swallow. These oils can remove furniture finishes and varnishes so use with care.


4 Responses to "New Room Diffusers!"

Anonymous said... March 6, 2009 at 2:19 PM

Wow those look delicious. Nice of you to bring someone local into it! Where in Colorado are you?

Samantha said... March 6, 2009 at 2:56 PM

Wow is right, I love diffusers and those are GORGEOUS! :)

Stephanie Amos said... March 15, 2009 at 6:26 AM

Thank you Shannon! I'm so happy you like the little pots. =) I hope they do well for you!

Bliss Mistress said... March 27, 2009 at 3:07 PM

thecraftbegins: We actually live in Poncha Springs, just a few miles from Salida and from Monarch Ski Resort.


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