Quote of the day:
“Actually, I take it as a compliment. Diva is a derivative of divine. That’s quite a title to carry around.”
Calista Flockhart

Happy hump day Jaderbugs! I am kinda proud of myself. It’s not even midnight and I am getting around to tomorrows post. I usually start around midnight and finish in the morning. Way to go me!
So let’s talk about something. It’s almost Thanksgiving. Is it just me or is time flying by? I can’t lie the one thing I am most excited about besides Thanksgiving is BLACK FRIDAY! Do you ever tackle this crazy day/night? Let me just tell you what I do for this event.
I get in CUTE COMFY clothes, go to starbucks to get a coffee (even thought I can make a pot at home), get in my car and go from store to store people watching. Me and Ashy have so much fun doing this. I am sure you are wondering if we buy anything. Nah. That would take the fun out of everything.
I will say this about this event. It’s not that we “enjoy” watching people FIGHT over a blu ray DVD player, camera’s, T.V.’s or candy canes. OK, fine.
We do enjoy it, hehe.
Let’s get to the craft. Today I will show you how to make homemade room spray. I usually buy the ones from the store but I never really like the smells so I decided I would make  my own. Some people use oil’s to make room spray but I wanted to make something that you could actually spray on your bedding, furniture or just in the air. If you are not familiar with the namebrand TYLER then you will flip when you actually smell every scent from this line.
Diva is a really popular scent so that is the scent we are gonna use today.


*Diva Wash
(If you don’t want to buy the big bottle you can always buy the small one for around 7 bucks)
*Spray bottle

If you don’t notice on the cap it says to “GENTLY” shake. You don’t want to make the mistake I did and REALLY shake it. HAHA

I poured about 2 teaspoons in my empty bottle. Some batches I make a little stronger than others but it’s up to you how strong you want it.

I then filled the bottle with 16 oz of water. When you are done with this step put the cap back on and lightly shake the bottle. I don’t actually shake it but I twirl it in a circle. This keeps it from forming ton’s of suds.


This is what the bottle looks like. I just love the design on it. This little bottle is around 7 bucks and I use it just for room spray. Trust me it lasts forever.


Now you can spray this in every room and get this amazing smell that lasts what seems like forever. A fun thing to do is spray this throughout your house if you know someone is stopping by. They will think you been cleaning for hours! Trust me it works (wink wink).

I really hope you enjoyed this tutorial and make sure to check out all of TYLER’S scents. If you are not sure where they are sold you can usually google it and you should find something. Most candle store and boutiques sell this line.

Come back tomorrow for your DAILY DOSE of DIY



I was given product for this post but all opinions are my own.

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14 thoughts on “How to make Homemade Room Spray-Diva Scent by Tyler

  1. Susan

    I’m going to try this recipe. I only heard about this product today! Sounds amazing and who doesn’t want a fabulous smelling home? Thanks!

  2. Cheri

    This worked great! Thanks for the tip! I am in love with the scent and this is a huge money saver.

  3. Chantel Groening

    I was given a small bottle of Diva for Christmas, used it all up now and finally found a place that sells it in a town near by. And I wanted to make a spray with it, cause it’s too good to wait for laundry day. This is exactly what I was looking for!! Thank you for sharing.

    1. jaderbombllc Post author

      Hey there! I am using washing detergent that is used to wash clothes, so I can’t imagine it being toxic <3 Hope that helps!

  4. Kristen Frost

    I mix All Free & Clear when I wash my clothes with Tyler Diva. I already have the two mixed together. Will that work?

  5. Kerri

    I did the same thing, instead of using a base like you would normally for making room scents, I used water and mixed Kathina (my favorite Tyler laundry soap) and you can spray it on just about everything!

    1. jaderbombllc Post author

      Ohhh yes!!! I love Kathina! Thank you for reminding me about that! I think I just forgot and now I want a red candle haha! xoxo

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