DIY Fire Starter Idea for the Fall

This DIY fire starter idea is certainly an easy make ahead project. I'm sure you already have all the supplies that are needed in your house right now. | Prepared Homesteading SurvivalistHave you ever thought about how you are going to start your fire before you leave on your camping trip? Or what about the time you tried and tried to get a fire going in your backyard for a marshmallow roast and were unsuccessful and your family won’t let you live it down? Well, this year why not be prepared for fall campfires ahead of time and try this DIY fire starter idea. All it takes is a little bit of advance planning. First, you’ll need to gather some fallen trees and branches and build a wall of logs near your firepit. With doing this now, you’ll have the wood ready for those crisp fall evenings when a fire is just perfect for a family gathering.

All you need to do is gather some fallen trees and branches and build a wall of logs near your firepit. With doing this now, you’ll have the wood ready for those crisp fall evenings when a fire is just perfect for a family gathering. If you live in a region that gets damp falls, consider covering your wood so it gets a chance to dry out. Dry wood catches on fire better.

This DIY fire starter idea is certainly an easy make-ahead project. Not only is this a super easy project to do right now, but it’s also incredibly cheap to make using items you already have around the house.

  • Toilet paper rolls
  • Laundry lint
  • Old candles or other wax
  • String
  • Scissors, wax paper or foil, saucepan

Turn what essentially everyone else would see as trash into something that can benefit your family.

This DIY fire starter idea is certainly an easy make ahead project. I'm sure you already have all the supplies that are needed in your house right now. | Prepared Homesteading Survivalist

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