Hi! Annalise here! Now, I feel myself that if you are camping, what is camp without a fire? So to make starting your fire making job easier, here is a quick craft to make candle kisses!

You will need… (Please remember that the amount of supplies you need will very depending on how many you make. In this tutorial we will make four.)

  1. Four hunks of candles (about two inches long)
  2. Four three inch long one to two inches long peices of wax paper.

First you cut you supplies to right lengths. Then you have to wrap the wax around the candles. Now you are ready to make a blazing fire!

Hi! Annalise here now I know that this is a craft blog But one of my personal favorite camp snacks are, drum-role please, snack fires! Get your ingredients listed below to start creating!

  1. Pretzels
  2. Gold fish
  3. Marshmallows 
  4. Coconut shavings

First, make a marshmallow circle. Then you have to make logs with your pretzels. No use coconut shavings as tider. Then you have to use the gold fish as a flame. Last, but not least, enjoy your little snack fire!

    Hi! Annalise here. This is my first post so hurray to me! Anyway, for my first crafting project, we’re going to make “Dream Catcher” Landyards!

    You will need…

    • Eleven inch lanyard(any colors.)
    • 3-8 4 inch lanyards (any colors.)
    • Lanyard clips

    a lanyard clip
    This what a lanyard clip looks like:

    • However many 4 inch lanyards you make you need that many landyard clips plus 1 for the eleven inch lanyard. Note: I have red lanyard clips but they  can be any colors.

    Most people don’t know how to start landyards – and until two days ago that was me! So I am going to teach anyone who doesn’t know to start them, start them.​

    ​Okay so now onto the making lanyards.


    So now that you know how to start and make landyards, you can start making your landyards. (You will want to make the eleven inch landyard first because the eleven inch one is the one that you make into a circle to hang all the 4 inch landyards on.)


    My dream catcher landyard