This prior art search has been posted for a while with little response. As I am not a patent attorney, this response is based on my best understanding and if there are inaccurate statements, I hope others will edit the answer.
This is a design patent and not a utility patent. Design patents cover ornamental design for an object having practical utility. As such, infringement is generally easily avoided. In this case, what is claimed is a particular arrangement of holes for an air freshener lid. A competitor would merely need to change the arrangement of holes to avoid infringement. Finding a similar arrangement of holes on a different object such as a shower head, or knitting pattern wouldn't constitute prior art since those objects aren't air freshener lids so they wouldn't invalidate the design patent.
My point is the request for examples of the same pattern of holes in objects other than an air freshener lid aren't of value as prior art so the question itself is off base. I understand that this doesn't "answer" the question, but I think it does educate the questioner.