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My Craft and Garden Tales: Another fire starter gift box with tutorial

My Craft and Garden Tales: Another fire starter gift box with tutorial

DIY - How to make Pinecone Fire Starter favors for your winter wedding!

Learn how to make your own Pinecone Fire Starters!

DIY - How to make Pinecone Fire Starter favors for your winter wedding! Or for gifts around Christmas DIY Gifts, homemade gifts, diy gift ideas

Did you know you can add different chemicals to pine cones or campfires and create a rainbow of colors?  For example, the laundry detergent Borax gives this yellowish green.  Potassium chloride (water softener pellets found at the hardware store) creates purple flames.  What a terrific way to introduce chemistry! homeschool chemistry, DIY science experiments, super science fair idea

How to Make Colored Fire (Ask an Expert)

Did you know you can add different chemicals to pine cones or campfires and create a rainbow of colors? For example, the laundry detergent Borax gives this yellowish green. Potassium chloride (water softener pellets found at the hardware store) creates

Pinecones are great for getting a fire started. They’re pretty good on their own, but dipped in candle wax or paraffin, they catch the flame quickly and burn hot, even and steady for use in fireplaces, wood-burning stoves or bonfires.

How to Make Scented Pinecone Fire Starters

Pinecones are great for getting a fire started. They’re pretty good on their own, but dipped in candle wax or paraffin, they catch the flame quickly and burn hot, even and steady for use in fireplaces, wood-burning stoves or bonfires.

Pine Cone Fire Starters | Camping Hacks | TodaysCreativeLife.com

Pine Cone Fire Starters {DIY

Make up a batch of these Pine Cone Fire Starters before heading out on that camping trip! Great for backyard fire pits too!

Easy pinecone fire start tutorial. How to make these pretty DIY fire starters for a gift, home or camping.

Camping Tips ~ Easy pinecone fire start tutorial. How to make these pretty DIY fire starters for a gift, home or camping.

I prefer egg carton/wood shavings/wax fire starters, but I actually have TP tubes and dryer lint on hand...

10 Clever Ideas That Will Make Camping Easier And More Fun

Campfire Starters - stuff toilet paper rolls with dryer lint. You can even roll and wrap in newspaper. Toilet paper rolls and dryer lint are an inexpensive DIY project - in fact free and you are recycling!

How-To: Scented Pine Cone Fire Starter     [that's right, your fire can smell like the holidays]

How To: Make Your Own Scented Pine Cone Fire Starters!

Diy Scented fire starters ~ these make great Christmas gifts! Make them in a cupcake tin. You will need: 24 or so Pine Cones, Wax (I used soy) Candle twine or pre cut wicks, A Scent (Optional), 1 cupcake pan, and Baking cup liners.

Bring DIY fire starters from Frugal Family along when you're camping with kids. It will get that fire started in no time.

Camping with kids: 11 smart tips to make it easy. And yes, fun!

Do you heat with wood? If you do you'll want to try these easy to make fire starters. They use two items that most people throw away: toilet paper rolls & dryer lint! / Frugal Family Home

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