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Homemade Firestarters - I wouldn't call these eco-friendly because of the ingredients in what's being used....but they ARE recycled/upcycled and worthy of a try.


Create DIY fire starters for autumn and winter with materials you'd throw out- toilet paper cardboard tubes and dryer lint. Wrap in wax paper and be done!

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Deep Dish Sausage Pizza

So smart for our fire pit! Keep wine corks in rubbing alcohol in a sealed jar. Just before lighting a fire, toss a few in under the kindling.


Burn baby Burn! Start your fire with these rolls of $1 bills made with recycled newspapers and slow-burning wax so they stay lit until the firewood catches. Perfect for camp fires, bonfires, fire places, and barbecues. Measures 4" tall. Box of 3 firestarters.

Living the Good Life...: Make Your Own Fire Starters

How to Make Fire In The Rain or Wet Conditions


DIY christmas gifts... corks in spiritus easily light the fireplace!! Real Simple Magazine just had a blurb on using wine corks for fire starter. Add corks to a jar of rubbing alcohol and then stick a cork under some newspaper and light it to start the fire. Not sure if it'll work with synthetic corks.

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Beer Cap Tea Light Candles- 15 Pack

Bottle cap candles - burn 1 to 1.5 hours, great for travel or to use when you're entertaining on the deck at night and so easy to make

i really want to do this! You just put stickers in any font you want and any quote you want on a canvas or over a painting and paint over & then peel off! You have an instant homemade sign with your favorite quote!

Draw on wax paper with permanent markers, wrap around candle and heat until image is transferred