Tag Archive: Outdoor

33 Spoooky Halloween Outdoor Decorations

33 Spoooky Halloween Outdoor Decorations Halloween is nearly here , have you got all your ideas ready to put into action?. If you are looking for ways to look spooky with the scariest costumes ever this is the post for you. But one of the most interesting things you can be surprised with while walking …

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How To Build Your Own $20 Outdoor Cob Oven

How To Build Your Own $20 Outdoor Cob Oven If you are looking for a small project to get your hands (and feet!) dirty testing out some natural building skills, then building a wood-fired oven is a great place to start.  If you have a little help, it takes just a couple days to build. …

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Convert A Electric Water Tank Into A Outdoor Wood Heater

Convert A Electric Water Tank Into A Outdoor Wood Heater This is a Great DIY project for you to get your hands Into with the Winter over now you want to keep warm outside in those spring evenings. I won’t lie. It looks like a big job for the novice , but doable. This is truly a fun …

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How To Make Outdoor Lamps for Under $5

How To Make Outdoor Lamps for Under $5 This is one of the Best Outdoor DIYs Ever. I mean it. So simple, so high impact, so freaking’ awesome. When I first saw this one, I had one of those smack-on-the-forehead moments of “Why didn’t I think of that? But it wasn’t me, things you will need …

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How to Build an Outdoor Bench for $13

How to Build an Outdoor Bench for $13 The garden bench is a great spot where you can sit and enjoy your garden efforts or take a well deserved break after working in your garden.Amy over at the TheIdeaRoom.net posted a simple tutorial to on how she built an outdoor bench made from 2×4’s. She shared the …

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Survival Skills, Camping Tips, and More Great Outdoor Advice

Survival Skills, Camping Tips, and More Great Outdoor Advice  Survival skills are techniques a person may use in a dangerous situation to save themselves or others. These techniques are meant to provide basic necessities for human life: water, food, thermoregulation, shelter, habitat, the ability to think straight, to signal for help, to navigate safely, to avoid unpleasant and possibly fatal interactions with animals and plants, and …

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