Make the White Clover Infused Oil: Add the flowers into the mason jar, slightly packed. Pour oil to cover the flowers, ensuring all flowers get coated with oil. Add oil to the top of the jar, and put on the lid and screw cap. Let sit in the cupboard for 6 weeks. Place the coffee filter into the funnel and place the funnel into the top of the amber bottle. Strain the oil through, pressing and squeezing the flowers to ensure all the oil is extracted.
Make the Perfume: Use a ratio of roughly 4 parts White Clover oil to 1 part Vanilla Essence. In other words, fill a bottle about 3/4 of the way with oil, then add about 1/4 of the bottle with Vanilla. Make sure you leave a bit of room to add in the Sandalwood essential oil. Place on lid and gently shake to combine. You can use whatever size bottles you wish, however those with a dropper or roll-on bottles are ideal. Be sure to label the bottles so you know what's in them :)
To Use: Apple on pulse points, such as elbows, wrists, knees, ankles and on the neck.
If you have the opportunity, try making a double oil infusion to heighten the scent. Once the clover oil has infused for 4-6 weeks, take this strained clover oil and use it to now cover more fresh white clover blossoms. Place on lid and screw cap and let sit for another 4-6 weeks. Alternatively, you could use a clover oil you've made from a previous year and pour it over the blossoms from this year. Just make sure your oil from a previous year is still good (i.e., no bacteria). Yet one more idea to obtain a richer scent is to use a layering technique with dried clover flowers (see HERE how-to).
You can make also make this perfume without using the clover oil. Simply use a carrier oil such as grapeseed, sweet almond, olive, sunflower or jojoba instead.
For a vanilla that is highly fragrant, try using vanilla absolute essential oil.
If you are offering this as a gift, do note that the oils will "blend" together after sitting for about 2 weeks, so you may want to plan accordingly.
As always, Enjoy :)