This project develops a home tool kit for producing fertiliser, aiming to alter the perception of burnt forests from negative to beneficial. Research shows that these forests are a rich source of nutrients for future growth. The kit, inspired by the concept of a smallest-scale burnt forest within a matchcase, uses leftover matches to nourish home plants. Matches, rich in phosphorus, mirror the fertilizing effect of burnt trees, enhancing soil through mineralization and benefiting microorganisms. The project underscores the often-overlooked origin of wooden objects, like matches, from trees, highlighting the cycle of growth, use, and rejuvenation.