As long as you're using a handheld stick or skewer to prepare your campfire meal, you remain in control of how close the food gets to the fire and for how long.
Try cutting out bits from magazines and pasting them together collage-style at the top of a toothpick or skewer or making a big number 40 with clay or fondant.
For a backyard camp-out, keep it simple and plan to cook hotdogs and marshmallows over a hot grill or fire pit (if zoning allows) on a long skewer.
To keep the wick straight in the mold, lay a wooden or metal skewer across the top of the mold, as illustrated in the photo above.
Tie the end of the wick that's not going into the wax around a dowel, chopstick or wooden skewer to make it easier to hold onto.
Another popular technique is to place vegetables on a metal skewer and grill the entire skewer over a flame.
For a different look, try making a bouquet of balloons, or skewer fresh fruit on a pineapple or melon base.
You should now have one skewer with a center mark and another skewer with a center mark and a quarter mark.
Continue this with the bottom point of the skewer and then the left and right points of the other skewer.
Sometimes in the south during the cold season they wear a cloak of skin or matting, fastened 'with a skewer, but open on the right-hand side.