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I started this for the Stay Warm Weekly challenge, This step by step guide will teach you how to make a stove/warming can, which in this case, is a big candle. ...
One of the great thing about this stove is the few materials it needs. Materials: General: A tin can: Doesn't really matter what size, how ever big you ...
Soup cans are great for smaller stoves, they are fairly think metal and a good size You start off by cutting strips of cardboard and neatly packing them in, until ...
The big stove can be even easier depending how you go about it. I used a big coffee tin, again a great choice. They're common and sturdy I ...
This part can be a bit dangerous, so careful! Take your wax and place it in a pot. Set the stove on Medium and slowly melt it. I ...
Sorry the picture is sideways DON'T HOLD IT WHILE POURING, very bad idea I set it in the sink just after this picture The process is the same for both ...
After the little stove stopped bubbling I stuck a piece of cardboard is the middle, slightly sticking out, then covered it in a very light coating of wax
This is for both the big stove and little stove After they both have dried and cooled take a hammer and nail and put multiple large holes around both the top ...
Little stove: I lite the center piece of card board and held it sideways for the flame to spread then set it down Big stove: Just set it ...
These little stoves work great for keeping warm and cooking! Even if you get them wet, since they are covered in wax, the paper itself stays dry Mostly ...
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