Whether at the beach, the woods, or your own backyard, a campfire is a guaranteed way to relax and enjoy your favorite people. Take a little time to stock a campfire box with a few of the following fire-starting supplies. It will make lighting a campfire quick and easy and therefore more likely to happen. Your future (smoke-scented) self will thank you.
I grew up as a Girl Scout and did my fair share of camping, and the s'mores were always my favorite part. Even as an adult, I would toast s'mores on my gas stove, but sadly my current home has an electric stove, leaving me without a makeshift campire to make s'mores. Rather than letting that stop me, I made this portable s'mores fire pot with Sterno ethanol gel canisters and a planter pot!
This is an incredibly easy project to whip up...
Photo Image: Viking Campsite
Searching for an origami project led me to the following tutorial on YouTube by 5 Minute Studio. Let's just say you're stranded somewhere without a lighter or matches
Pining for the ambiance of crackling logs and toasted marshmallows but miles away from a suitable spot for a conflagration? The Campfire Tea Light Holder by David Weeks might just be the answer to your problem. At $15.95, the 4.5 x 4.5 x 2.5" tea light holder comes with removable ‘firewood’ and an LED tea light. And if all these features don’t sway a potential buyer, a video clip of the tea light holder in use just might!