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As we continue to prepare for the cooler months, our excitement grows to head outdoors and enjoy the fire pit that Hubs made earlier in the year! We’ve been saving dryer lint all year to use as a fire starter, but dryer lint gets messy and flies around everywhere! So instead of dealing with loose dryer lint going willy nilly all over the yard, I decided to package individual portions up into one of my favorite things: “brown paper packages tied up with string”.
Almost Free Fire Starters
Cut an amply sized square of brown paper. Place the lint at one corner of the brown paper and do a combination of rolling and folding until you reach the other corner. Fold the sides overs and tie up with string. If you’re giving as a gift, tuck a fresh sprig of spruce into the string.
The weekend of my birthday it will be nice and cool-ish, but it’s a couple of weeks away and it cannot get here fast enough!
How are the temps shaping up in your neck of the woods this week?