Herby Shredded Paper Briquettes

I made herby shredded paper briquettes inspired by an idea I found on Red Ted Art using my Fellowes Powershred 63CB. Perfect for these colder nights and also brilliant for camping trips and even getting that bonfire going!

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  1. What a great idea! #bigpinklink
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  2. Weirdly I shredded a tonne of stuff a few weeks ago and wondered if there was something I could do with it all – must remember for next time ๐Ÿ™‚ PS my shredder isn’t quite as fancy as that beast! Now I’ve opened YouTube I may aswell just cancel all plans for the day! #bigpinklink
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  3. Great idea! Much more interesting than using it for guinea-pig bedding! #bigpinklink

  4. This looks brilliant and so easy. I’m not sure I could do it though, I have such an irrational dislike of wet paper, it’s like nails down a chalkboard. I wonder if it would work with sawdust or something instead….
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  5. This is very cool! Definitely trying this! #bigpinklink
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  6. This takes recycling to a whole new level! #bigpinklink
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  7. What a fab idea!! I LOVE shredding, there’s something strangely therapeutic about it. My kids would love this, just playing with the mushed up pulp, anything they can get their hands dirty. I think we will give this a try! #bigpinklink
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  8. What a cool idea, I love crafts. Subscribed and commented on Youtube too #bigpinklink
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  9. You clever thing! I think if I tried this I’d end up setting fire to something unintentionally! #bigpinklink
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  10. I love this idea! As you say – great for camping. Thank you for sharing. Alison x #bigpinklink
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  11. These are so cool! I actually had never heard of these before today!

    I’ve subscribed to your channel but I am yet to make any videos.

    #bigpinklink
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  12. This is fantastic, my mum has a lovely old log burner fire that she lights every evening in the winter, she would absolutely love these! I think she also has a paper shredder! Thanks for sharing! #bigpinklink
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  13. When I first read the title I thought it was a recipe… I blame sleep deprivation ! What a great idea. Gets rid of junk mail and provides fuel. Great way to recycle! #bigpinklink
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  14. What a great idea, so different, and perfect for camp fires x
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  15. I had never heard of these before but they look great. Love that you would be able to smell the herbs! #bigpinklink
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  16. I SO need to get a shredder – not only for practical purposes, but because then I could make cool stuff. #bigpinklink
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  17. Love thrifty little idea’s like this. I never had much to shred though! I may make use this as an excuse hehe! #bigpinklink

  18. Lovely idea! looks really nice
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  19. Thumbs up from us! This is a clever idea to re-use unwanted paper. Have given your video a like.
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  20. Superb idea, great idea for recycling waste paper, I love Red Ted Art – what an fantastic blog, and yours too!
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  21. Never heard of this before but great idea! #bigpinklink

  22. Ooo we have an open fire and I’m pretty sure my shredders full! Will be giving this ago. Thanks for hosting #bigpinklink xx
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  23. I love watching your videos Lou. My parents have a log burner and are also avid campers so I’m thinking these would make a great (cheap and recycled) Christmas gift for them this year, thank you for the idea ๐Ÿ™‚ #bigpinklink xx
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  24. Oh this is a fab idea for getting rid of waste paper. We actually bought some logs to burn on our wood burner recently so I’ll have to remember this next time we need some.
    Nat.x
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