Herbal Fire Starter Pinecones and dried herbs such as rosemary, sage leaves, and cinnamon sticks make fragrant kindling for a winter fire... >> So smart! Cinnamon and pine, lovely!

Hmmm.....Making an upside down fire. It’s a cleaner burn with far less smoke and better combustion, gives off more heat, needs less tending and uses the embodied energy in wood more efficiently than the tipi-esque fire method.

Adding sage to your campfire or fire pit keeps mosquitoes and bugs away.

vaseline and cotton balls. costs around $4.50 to make about 600 hundred of these. They burn for quite a while and after a few days of sitting in the vaseline mixture they are water proof.

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Herbal Fire Starter

It's easy to make colored fire pinecones.

Pinecone firelighters

Unique Survival Solar Tool That Uses The Sun To Light Fires! Any Outdoorsman Would Love To Have One Of These, Just In Case

Pine Cone Roses - Crafts from things you can pick up on a hike with the kids!

make sage bundles and toss them into the firepit to keep mosquitos away


Recycled paper fire brick using paper and water. Great for when the family is drowning in flyers and newspaper. (Could also pick up a bunch)

Real black pine needles made into tassels would make fantastic napkin ring ornaments for the holidays

Cute DIY Santa sticks

DIY Popsicle Stick Desk and Chair

Starting a fire is easy with this pinecone crafts project. Learn how to make pinecone firestarters for yourself or a gift.

Winter Detox: 12 Easy Ways To Banish Stale Odors

DIY: pressed herb candles