Label one blotter for each note, then group them by top, heart, and base notes.
Use the built-in dropper to place one drop on the blank end of each blotter.
Let dry for a few moments, then smell each blotter individually to familiarize yourself with your notes.
Select a top, heart, and base note that you want in your finished perfume. See what they smell like together using the blotters and smelling different combinations.
Build "accords" for each of your selected notes by choosing more from each category. Tip: for a longer lasting fragrance, add more base notes.
Use the built-in droppers to blend your notes in an empty test vial, using no more than 6 drops per note. Use perfume alcohol as needed to make your blend a total of 60 drops.
Keep track of your proportions so you can replicate or adjust your formula until you're happy with it.
Scale up the proportions of your winning formula using the 10ml measuring cylinder: 6 drops = 1ml, 3 drops = .5ml
If your blend doesn't reach the 10ml mark, use perfume alcohol to top it off.
Use the pouring spout on the measuring cylinder to transfer your blend to your 10ml perfume bottle.
Your fragrance is ready to wear right away and will get better over time.