The 'Altoids Sours' BBQ Grill Is Curiously Awesome!

Altoids Sours BBQ Grill DIY for backpacking. The grill is an old computer fan guard. How clever!

Make A Cheap & Easy Solar USB Charger With An Altoids Tin

Create Your Own DIY Solar-Powered USB Charger For All Your Portable Gadgets!

a simple do-it-yourself solar USB charger that fits cozily in an Altoid tin! The DIY project will charge most mobile devices via USB using 2 rechargeable AA batteries and flexible thin-film solar panels. Read to learn what you need to build your own!

How To: Make a Survival Kit out of an Altoids Tin (and Two More Lifesaving DIY Projects) things-to-do-with-altoids-tins

GLASS BOTTLE TIKI TORCH: Beer bottles (not the twist-off type) The caps (removed carefully without damage) Cotton string (thicker the better) Philips screwdriver Hammer Oil (citronella or used cooking oil will work) Bottle capper (optional) (tute)

Altoids Sours BBQ Grill

Tutorial for miniature dollhouse sized bbq grill - altoid tin plus mini fan plus screws

Make emergency candle wicks from dollar store mop heads, put in mason jar, add cooking oil. ~ Or stick it in a jar of Vaseline, or Crisco or some other nasty oil I wouldn't want to consume.

How to... make Candle Wicks (& Experiment & Results

How to make candle wicks: Soak wick overnight in 4 tbsp borax, 2 tbsp salt, c. Use butcher twine or thick cotton string. Once fully dried dipped in candle wax times! Use a pop can tab to keep wick on bottom of jar when pouring in wax.

One of the best survival fire-making tools is a combination of cotton balls and petroleum jelly, and you can make these firestarter kits for pennies. Basically, you infuse (or gob) the cotton balls with Vaseline or some petroleum jelly derivative (such as

Cooking Bread Outdoors in a Dutch Oven - How to live without electricity.just in case, print it out and keep with emergency supplies.

Pocket Alcohol Stove - "Jet Stove" (Camper's Guide)

Today I am going to show you how to make a "Jet Stove". A stove that can fit right into your pocket! The stove can be powered by hand alcohol or anything.

Look! DIY Outdoor Stove

Build your own awesome backyard "rocket stove", which cooks food using only twigs and debris like palm fronds for fuel. (not that I have any palm fronds lying around, but debris will work!

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.