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Preparedness Project - A Jar of Candles

I am SO doing this. Jar of candles that can be kept with your emergency kit for power outages. Need a half gallon jar if you use typical emergency candles, otherwise candles won't fit.

Always keep several outdoor solar lights by the window. In the event of a power outage you will have light.

For power outages: use solar yard lights as night lights indoors. Safer for kids than candles and they last a long time! Also awesome idea for nightlight bathroom torches for kids afraid of the dark when they have to go pee at night

Wow, great idea, and the manufacturer actually explains it for DIY-ers! It doesn't really heat a whole house, but for a small hut, it could work on cold spring/fall evenings when you don't want to start the wood stove.

Wow, great idea, and the manufacturer actually explains it for DIY-ers! It doesn't really heat a whole house, but for a small hut, it could work on cold spring/fall evenings when you don't want to start the wood stove. You could use it in a small room.

Mom with a PREP | 30 Days of Preparedness: Make Your Own Emergency Toilet  camping | survival |

Mommy, I Have to Go Potty! Make Your Own Emergency Toilet

Day 24 - Make Your Own Emergency Toilet from Mom with a PREP +++ 30 Days of Preparedness 2014

emergency candle holders--I just noticed that the lid with the candle holder and candle is upside down. For storage, as the other jar shows, if it's right side in, the candle holder doesn't show. Nice touch!

Make Your Disaster Recovery Plan Today - Page 3 of 5

Emergency preparedness candle kits For these kits you need a wide mouthed canning jar (with lid and ring) 4 candles

Why adding Alum to your stockpile is important. I've used powdered alum for years as a blood stop. It's in my emergency kit as well as my home medicine cabinet.

Why adding Alum to your stockpile is important. Clarify dirty water in times of catastrophe. I've used powdered alum for years as a blood stop. It's in my emergency kit as well as my home medicine cabinet.

List Of Important Documents » The Homestead Survival

List Of Important Documents. Also to ensure you have as part of an (organized) emergency evacuation plan. I don't have nearly half of these.but the list is great.

Store matches in a mason jar with a strikable lid.

Keep Matches in a Mason jar – with a Strikeable Lid!

Store matches in a mason jar, add sandpaper in the lid for a built in strike pad. This will last way longer than the small patches they give you on a match box, when it needs replacing, put a new piece of sandpaper in!

HEATING YOUR HOUSE WITH CLAY POTS. Would be very handy if there was a power outage in the winter!

"HEATING WITH CLAY POTS. Would be very handy if there was a power outage in the winter!" << or for Future Shed heat in the winter that wouldn't require a stove!

For your survival kit, use a portable container such as a large, covered trash receptacle. If you store your liquids at the bottom of your container, you’ll reduce the chance of damage from leaking plastic bottles. Put food, first aid kit & clothes on top. Easy to grab & go if needed.

Easy to grab & go Disaster survival kit: use a portable container (ex. Store liquids at bottom of container ->reduce chances of damage from leaking plastic bottles. Put food, first aid kit & clothes on top.

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