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It’s cold, there is already snow in some places, but this time it’s magical and romantic. It’s the most cozy time to gather around your fireplace and enjoy hot chocolate with those you love. Not only is a fire starter a way to start a fire outside, inside, or on your patio, it is also a cool gift for a wedding, party, or other occasion. They are easy to make and can be kept for as long as you like – a perfect idea for fall or winter! I’ve prepared a whole bunch of home improvement to make fire starters that are cute and gift worthy. They look very cute and chic. Let’s take a look!

Pine cones

The most popular idea is a pinecone fire starter. What can be more natural than a pinecone fire starter? These pinecone fire starters are so simple and satisfactory to make. By adding essential oils like eucalyptus, pine or cinnamon, you can make your whole home smell amazing and cozy. They also make a great housewarming gift, stamping some muslin tags and tying them to the wicks.

To start a fire, you can make exciting pinecone firelighters that smell slightly like cinnamon. Pine cones look cute and a slight scent of cinnamon is ideal for feeling the Christmas season or autumn, making your space inviting and welcoming at the same time.

If you live in the mountains or are planning to visit a mountain area soon, go on a pine cone collecting mission. Then gather a large quantity of pinecone fire starters for your own use and give them away as gifts. The process is simple and takes no more than 30 minutes. I love the bright green color of the fire starters, it makes your fire happy, doesn’t it?

These simple DIY fire starters are a must have for your fireplace – they will look great and will fill your home with the scent you choose. Of course, if you have one of these wall-mounted fireplaces, you cannot smell overwhelming smells. I love the cute pink shade of the fire starters which is very glamorous. Enjoy!

There is nothing more relaxing than snuggling up to a flickering fire after a long day. Make the job easier with the help of a fresh smelling fire starter that pops up under your logs or the fire pit in the back yard. If you have pine cones in your neighborhood, this DIY is basically free. The fire starters are naturally scented with dried rosemary which is a great and warming smell. Feel it!

Herbs

If you know someone with a fireplace – or even a backyard chiminea – they’ll love these spice and herb fire starter packs. You need 5 minutes to do and smell amazing. A perfect Thanksgiving hostess gift! The natural smells of cinnamon, orange, apple, lavender and rosemary instantly create a mood and ambience. So cool!

If you have a garden, an herbal fire starter is a great idea! All you have to do is gather the ingredients and tie them together with some string. Let them dry in a warm place with a nice airflow. Do not burn poisonous plants such as poison ivy, poison, poison sumac, and oleander. Also, if you are allergic to a plant, make sure you don’t include it in your kindling mix.

This fire starter is great! The aroma of sage, lavender and thyme is a wonderful change from a normal campfire and also helps repel insects. This fire starter would also make a great hostess gift for anyone who has a fireplace or wood burning stove. Wrap him in a cute doily and gift.

Other ideas

These simple and cute fire starters include wood chips, beeswax pellets, and mini paper liners – nothing that is expensive or hard to come by. There is also a video tutorial that will teach you how to make them and how to create a stylish cover for storing this fire starter kit that is great for carrying or giving away to people. So cool and so environmentally friendly!

Ignite your enthusiasm for the outdoors with this fire starter kit. It makes an adorable gift for anyone and is small enough to take with you on your many adventures. The glass keeps the matches dry so you can strike the perfect flame every time. Also, the overall look of the Firestarter kit is very chic and stylish, everyone would be happy to receive such a gift!

This fire starter is a very stylish and cool idea! It is not made from pine cones, but contains lint, newspaper, toilet paper rolls, candles, string, herbs and wax. Download the guide and make these fun newspaper candy with fire starter content and make your fire amazing with a strong or light herbal smell.

If you want those sparks to go up in flames, these fire starters are a must have. With just a few supplies you likely have around the house, these summer staples are almost free and work just as well as any store-bought appetizer. The fluff ignites quickly and the wax slows down the burning time. These starters will burn for 15 to 20 minutes – plenty of time to light your firewood and start your fire.

Summer is the best time to enjoy fresh berries and fruits! I want to show you some adorable berry tart recipes that will help you enjoy delicious fresh berries and those sweet pastries. These cakes will delight both children and adults!

It's time to make berry tarts! Hence this triple berry tart. There are a lot of berries! They are in season and they look so lush! This isn't a crazy gourmet pie with secret ingredients and unexpected twists. No complicated techniques or steps. It's just a beautiful and super yummy old fashioned cake that anyone can make and be proud to serve.

Is there anything sweeter or finer than a ripe strawberry? This simply delicious white chocolate and strawberry cake that we can all enjoy. It consists of a buttery, crumbly shortcrust pastry base that is filled with the rich, creamy white chocolate ganache and topped with a selection of summer berries. White chocolate can turn into saccharin, but the tartness of the fruit acts like a foil for the sugar, making this perfectly balanced dessert.

A lemon and berry mascarpone cake is an easy and delicious way to showcase the best berries of the season. A creamy mascarpone filling, a hint of fresh lemon and four types of berries on a sweet shortbread crust!

This fresh berry tart has a sweet, luscious vanilla pudding that goes perfectly with the sweet and sour berries. They balance each other out and it's a heavenly dessert to be honest. If you can't find vanilla pods or just don't want to use them, this is definitely not a deal breaker.

Thick, creamy cheesecake swirled and garnished with hot, fresh berries! This vegan triple berry cheesecake is a healthy, non-bake, gluten-free, and naturally sweetened recipe. There are lots of berries that you don't have to choose - just all of them on top!

This is a wonderful and delicious berry tart with vanilla bean pastry cream, a buttery, crumbly pâté sucrée, filled with a wonderful, silky vanilla bean pastry cream and garnished with fresh raspberries, blueberries and a lattice of lemon zest.

A quick and easy chocolate vanilla berry panna cotta cake. A delicious creamy, delicate Italian dessert, a berry sauce makes it perfect. What could be easier than heating whole cream, sugar and vanilla together and then adding some gelatin?

Fresh berry tart with blueberry yogurt is a nutritious and fun way to enjoy cereal for breakfast or as a treat. Strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries are high in antioxidants, vitamins, fiber, and phytonutrients. The more diverse the color of your fruits, the better!

This red, white and blueberry tart is a fresh berry tart perfect for July 4th or any summer day! Fresh berries, a sweet creamy filling, and a graham cracker crust make this simple and delicious cake a total winner! This is perfect for a Christmas party or a barbecue as you can do it in advance! The cake itself is simple - a graham cracker crust, a creamy filling that tastes like a cross between cheesecake and whipped cream and is topped with fresh berries. The hardest part is waiting for it to get cold for half an hour before cutting!

This simple summer berry cake consists of a short bread crust and a spicy lime filling. It's a breeze and there's no need to roll the crust - just press it into the pie pan and bake. To save time, prep the shortbread crust, fill it, and store it in the refrigerator, wrapped in plastic wrap. Whip the cream just before serving and top it with fresh berries.

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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