How to Make DIY Winter Incense Logs

by Crafty Lumberjacks

As you know, we don’t have real fire place in our apartment but we love the smell of a burning fire. It’s just so cozy!

The holidays are over, but winter has just begun! We are making a “fire” inspired incense to light up while we hibernate until spring!


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We found all our ingredients on Etsy and Amazon.

All you need is dried blue sage, cedar, makko powder and distilled water.

For a batch of 12-grind herbs and mix 2 tbsp of blue sage, 1 tbsp of cedar and 1 tbsp of makko powder. 

Slowly add drops of distilled water and mix until a clay like consistency. Roll and cut into 1 inch logs. Let dry on parchment paper overnight and then light it up. Don’t forget, safety first!

Watch the video for a more detailed tutorial.

Stay cozy!

3 comments

Patrick January 21, 2019 - 10:54 pm

This may sound like a foolish question but, where do you buy sage and cedar?

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Andrew April 24, 2021 - 4:53 am

Do you have a link to share for the mako powder I can’t find it

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Crafty Lumberjacks April 24, 2021 - 6:03 am

We can’t remember the exact person we bought it from, but we know it’s from Etsy. Here’s a link to one we found, it has good reviews too. Let us know if you end up making these!

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