Homemade herb firestarter

Greetings from Vancouver! This city is stealing my heart. I taught a paper flower workshop at the new studio/shop of Poppytalk and I’ll be teaching another tomorrow (psst: there’s still a couple of spots left! Sign up here).
Continuing on our glamping series, every glampsite needs a bon fire and every bon fire starts with herbs, right? Right! Kandyce of Ramblin Rose came up with his homemade herb starter, aka is nature’s perfume. Trust me, you’ll want in on this.
Materials: kindling, mint, lavender, twine (mint and lavender are natural bug repellents, FY!)
Step 1: Take a little of each herb and kindling and wrap with twine.
Donzo!
We’ve had a good time craft glamping. Check out some of our other crafts!

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