Sigil Rocket (AKA Teabag rocket)
Best use for indoors, but can be used out doors.
1- Obtain a Teabag (a known brand) you know is made out of paper. Not some swanky plastic netting Teabag- burning plastic is right out.
2- Remove string and tag by pulling away from bag now leaving small staple which I find best remove with wire cutters.
3- Unfold bag, empty contents of bag aside for a nice cupper later.
4- Now what remains is a paper tube. Let your imagination swing into action with various methods of folding, cutting, adding other materials, or, as here just leave as is.
To assist the structure to remain upright, poke your little pinky in to open up and fold into a tall open box figure.
5- Flatten again to draw, print, paint your sigil ( I have used the sigil of resurrection for this example). Be mind full that some inks/ mediums may bleed out and make the design not the desired finish or look- so practice with different methods of applying your sigil and see what works for you. Use natural alternative inks like lemon juice ( remember the invisible ink trick?) or beet root juice.
6- Charge sigil as you normally would - however Prior to ignition PLEASE BE MINDFUL- once the paper burns down it raises about 2 meters. Make sure you remove any combustible items (feathers, silk, artwork, dried plants, furs other items that may catch on fire or easily scorched) must be rearranged or removed prior to ignition. Use a small ceramic tile or some other none conbustable flat stable object to light Teabag. In my example I have used a tin lid. Oh- and be mindful of the spider web like ash that floats back down.