Aren't they cool? I've made three of them, using this tutorial from Mrs. Meyer's, the cleaning product line. It's really easy, even for a non-crafty all-thumbs gal like myself. They smell lovely, and look pretty neat, too.
Speaking of Mrs. M, I bought some of this stuff, and it also smells wonderful. As with all orange/clove products, I find myself wishing it had a bit more clove in it, but that's just me. (I even put extra clove in our homemade sloppy joes when Andy made them recently. I was the sous chef, so I snuck 'em in there.)
I bought this Clementine Clove candle from Sydney Hale on Etsy, and I love it. It has a wonderful scent, is a nice big size, and the old timey label and amber glass container are nice bonuses.
I bought two of these wonderful clove and lavender sachets from AdobeHouseVintage on Etsy last year, and kept one for the house, where it hangs in my bedroom. It has a wonderful scent--plenty of clove for me--and is cute as heck. I feel like a need another one--or six--for my house this year.
I've been a fan of Burt's Bees lip balm for a long time, and was happy as heck when they came out with this balm with clove oil. So good!
Please tell me about your favorite pomander or clove-scented products and recipes in the comments! I would especially love to find a nice clove-y or pomander scented perfume. Or a clove-centric cocktail. I know cloves are a staple in mulled wines and cider, but is there a way to use them in other cocktails? (See...I really am obsessed!)