Homemade Fire Starter Pinecone Craft

Homemade Fire Starter Pinecone Craft
Homemade Fire Starter Pinecone Craft
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If you love pinecones, then you'll love this Homemade Fire Starter Pinecone Craft. You can even just use these DIY fire starters for decor, the color is so vibrant. These pinecone fire starters are easy to make and smell like cinnamon, both while decorating you house, and when you burn them! With the use of essential oils, your pinecones will smell amazing. These homemade fire starters make getting a warm, cozy fire going so easy, you'll want to start one all the time, if not just for the amazing smell.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts



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Wow, what a twist for these Homemade Fire Starter Pinecone Craft. Cinnamon essential oil is added to the oil with a Red crayon. I have made a pinecone dipped in wax, but the added smells and color would be awesome! We keep a few of these in our camping gear for a natural fire starter and use them to start our charcoal. No nasty gas smell and taste on our food. Thank you for sharing this idea with the added tips I'll be using..

Another cool and unexpected way to use essential oils!


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