Homemade Spice + Herb Firestarter

DIY Spice + Herb Firestarter It’s finally starting to feel like fall! Temps don’t get too arctic in Nashville (thank goodness) but we are finally having chilly mornings and cool evenings. Growing up our house had a wood stove, and there’s nothing better to feel warm and cozy. We used to run to it in the morning, freezing, and huddle in front while eating breakfast. Somehow in my memory it feels like it was subzero weather!

If you know someone with a fireplace – or even a backyard chiminea – they will love these spice and herb firestarter packages.  They take 5 minutes to make and smell amazing. A perfect Thanksgiving hostess gift!

DIY Herb Firestarter | Henry Happened Supplies needed -

  • Coffee filters
  • Embroidery thread and needle
  • Dried orange and apple peels
  • Cloves
  • Cinnamon sticks
  • Sprigs of fresh rosemary
  • Lavender

How to Herb Firestarter | Henry Happened Stuff the coffee filters with a handful of the spice mixture. Thread the needle and sew the top opening closed. It’s that simple!

Homemade Herb Firestarter | Henry Happened

The smell will definitely get you in the holiday spirit. It’s the perfect excuse to make a fire and roast marshmallows!

Stephanie

chases 3 small kids and edits Hello Natural


Comments

  1. Lindsey says

    What a fun project! I just taught my daughter how to sew for the first time while we made these! Now she is making more to give as Christmas gifts. Thanks for a great idea.

  2. says

    I am from western Ky, It is good to see some one close to home . What part of Nashville? Going to make some of these. I know they will smell wonderful

  3. says

    I can’t wait to put this together. I’ve become a herb collecting freak these past few months, and since I have a fireplace, this will be the next project on my list! I also noticed you mentioned Nashville -it has been 10 years since I moved away from there to California, but absolutely LOVED the fall in Nashville -incredible colors everywhere!! Thanks again for the cool project!!

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