Making Pinecone Fire Starters – O So Pretty!

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Ok, so these are really PRETTY.

However, they’re not a bad idea at all – it “could” prove to be useful to pack a few in the camping bag.

Obviously, minus the frills, of course –

unless you’re looking to get some action under the stars – maybe.

I guess that all depends on WHO you’re taking camping…

“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 craft, I realized these fire starters could be a useful and beautiful gift to give. The process is simple enough and would make the perfect favor for a fall or winter wedding.

Surprise your guests with this creative favor idea. They will be sure to think of you on their next camping trip!”

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