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Have dryer lint or sawdust? Turn that trash into easy DIY campfire starters that'll keep you s'more-ready all summer long!

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In this detailed step by step tutorial Something Turquoise shares how to make pinecone fire starters that would make terrific winter wedding favors or great gifts!

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Fall is approaching and it's time to spark up the fire pit and an easy way to get the entertaining going. Use leftover dryer lint, stuff it in a toilet paper roll, wrap it in newspaper and voila - DIY fire starter.

yearzerosurvival: “ Last year I talked all about camping and shared my favorite fire starter ever – laundry lint! Camping season is upon us and I have improved my little lint system. The biggest.

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The log cabin method is great, but it doesn't make an extremely tall fire. Also, those tiny, tiny, pine sticks that break off of the beaches are wonderful for starting fires. I've seen fires started with just a bundle of hose and a match.

Pinecone fire starters are a fun and useful craft I remember making in Girl Scouts. We melted beeswax in tin cans over the campfire and had fun dipping our pine cones in and then setting them out to dry. We then used them to help start our fires for campfire cooking. Having recently revisited this... Read More »

Pinecone Fire Starter Favors

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Create easy and nearly free DIY fire starters with items from your home that you'd normally throw out! Repurpose cardboard toilet paper tubes by filling them with dryer lint, and then wrap them in wax paper! Perfect repurpose / upcycle craft project for a

Kindle cones are natural pine cones. Their base has been set into a bed of wax infused with bark, spices and cinnamon oil. Light the wick and set amoungst the kindling and your fire will be blazing in minutes. Hand made in Dorset. Bag of 12 cones

Make your own kindle cones natural pine cones. Their base has been set into a bed of wax infused with bark, spices and cinnamon oil. Light the wick and add to logs to start fire great aroma and roaring fire in minutes.

Firestarters: They ignite quickly, are light as a feather, and cost nothing - perfect for camping and backpackers to home fires and easy for kids to help assemble.

Firestarters: Doung this! Pinner said:They ignite quickly, are light as a feather, and cost nothing - perfect for camping and backpackers to home fires and easy for kids to help assemble.

First-rate fire starters- Pack sawdust into paper muffin cups, above, or a cardboard egg carton. Melt paraffin wax or old candles in a double boiler, pour over the sawdust and allow to cool. Slow-burning when lit, these hotcakes make great starters for a fireplace or campfire.

First-rate fire starters: Pack sawdust into paper muffin cups or a cardboard egg carton. Melt old candles or paraffin, pour over the sawdust & allow to cool. Burn slow when lit but make great starters for a fireplace or campfire.

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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!

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