How to make your own campfire in a couple weeks!

From the comfort of your home or office, you can create your own camping campfire, from the ground up, in just a couple of weeks! 

The DIY Campfire Camping Kit features a 12-foot tall, 12-inch diameter metal container that holds 12 gallons of water and is constructed from a combination of metal, plastic and PVC.

It includes the Campfire Kitchen Set and Campfire Starter Kit and is available in 12 colors: blue, yellow, green, red, purple, purple/red, white, pink, blue and yellow.

It comes complete with two cooking pans, two camping stove tips and a few supplies you’ll need to set up your campfire.

It is $49.99 at 

The DIY Fire Pit Camping Tent Camping is a simple but fun way to bring the heat indoors.

It’s easy to assemble and is perfect for people who don’t have much experience with fire or campfire cooking.

It’s about 8 feet long and 7 feet wide and has a 3-foot diameter base.

The tent is made from 3/4″ steel and weighs about 12 pounds. 

The DIY Firepit Camping tent is available at Amazon .

 You can use the Camp Fire Starter Kit as a starting point for making your own fire.

You can add water to it with the Camping Stove Tip and then add the water to your Campfire Tent to get your fire going. 

If you’re a beginner, we recommend adding water to the CampFire Tent and adding the Campy Tents Fire Starter Set and Fire Stove tip, as well as the Camp Campy Campy Cookin’ Pan, as your first fire starter. 

You’ll also need to assemble the Camp Stove Base and Camp Fire Kitchen Set, as shown in the picture below. 

In this video, we show you how to assemble your Camp Fire Tent and Campy Tent. 

Here are the materials you’ll require to make this DIY Fire Stoves Campfire kit: 12 gallon container with a 3/8″ diameter hole in it 1-gallon plastic bucket or bucket of water 1/4 gallon (4 ounces) water bottle (or 6-ounce glass container) 2 tablespoons of baking powder 1 tablespoon of baking soda 1 teaspoon of salt 6 aluminum foil rolls A couple of cooking utensils, a wire brush, and a toothpick. 

First you’ll want to buy the base and base kit.

You’ll need about 12 gallons or 2 liters of water.

If you’re using a 12 gallon container, you’ll also want to purchase the Campstove Base Kit as shown below.

If you can’t find the base kit, you might be able to find it on Amazon.

The Campfire Base Kit will also cost you $12.95 or about $12 for a 12 liter container of water, which is about $2 more than the base Kit. 

Now you’ll decide on the cooking utus you’ll use to cook the fire.

I used a wire knife to make my fire pit. 

Once you’ve purchased the base, the CampStove Kit and Camping Kitchen Set as shown above, you’re ready to get cooking! 

I started by cutting my 6-inch wide base into strips. 

I then cut them into pieces and added them to the container. 

To cook, I made my first fire by using a wire-edged metal spoon and a large frying pan. 

While I was cooking, I also placed the Fire Sticks Camping Pit and Camp Stoves Cookin Pan on the stove. 

After I finished cooking, a little water and the stove were added to the fire to create a hot spot. 

When the water was ready to be added, I set the Fire Pit on the top of the fire and started the fire using the Camp stove tips. 

Then I added the water, using the baking powder and baking soda to cook my water. 

As I added water, I used the wire brush to create the firepit cover. 

Since I already had a few pieces of metal around my campfire base, I started by laying them out in the middle of the campfire to create an additional fire pit area. 

Next I put some aluminum foil on top of my firepit to create some extra protection. 

Finally, I poured water over the fire from the bottom of the container so that I could make sure the fire would stay hot. 

It took me about 5 minutes to finish the fire, but once I finished, the fire was ready! 

Now that you’ve got a fire going, it’s time to get started! 

Here’s how to make a fire pit: Place a 6-gallen container of 8 gallons of a 4-oz.

(102 g) container of cooking liquid in the bottom container.

Pour the water