Easy Pinecone Firestarters

We love to build a fire with easy to make PINECONE FIRE STARTERS! Baby, it’s cold outside and why not enjoy the chilly weather bundled up and in front of a roaring fire? We keep them on hand and they help to build a beautiful fire! And they are a very pretty winter decoration!

They also make very pretty winter decor! Let’s make this easy winter decor!


Today is Home Style Saturday! We are sharing the best of our archived posts!

A big welcome to Lauren, at Bless’er House! I ADORE Lauren’s style and I bet you will too! She is warm and friendly and the sweetest person. Go say Hi and tell her I sent you!

And a big thank you to Lory at Designthusiam for putting this all together every week! Now let’s see the beautiful posts my friends have for you!

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Shabbyfufu | Budget Bathroom Ideas – Luxury Hotel Look

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So Much Better With Age | Valentine’s Day High Tea Party


StoneGable | DIY Pine Cone Fire Starters

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Designthusiasm | 5 Affordable Room Makeovers: How to Update Your Decor

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On Sutton Place | DIY Heart Wreath Ideas

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  1. Monique Marie says:

    I just discovered your blog today and I registered. I really wanted to download the
    BE MINE sample but I couldn’t
    Since I am a wedding officiant, I wanted to be able to hang this when I can for a wedding inside or out.
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    1. Hi Monique, I’m so glad you subscribed. I think you might have me mixed up with another blogger about the printable. I don’t have a “be mine” printable. Sorry!

  2. Although the photos of wax glazed pinecones look lovely, I heard that burning wax in a fireplace can be hazardous as it can lead to a buildup of the waxy material in the chimney flue which may catch fire at a later time. I am not an expert but wanted to pass this along for you to consider or look into before using. Best wishes!

    1. I use the pinecones in the outdoor fireplace.Thanks for letting us know about inside fireplaces