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How To Make An Amazing Porch-Swing Fire Pit

How To Make An Amazing Porch-Swing Fire Pit You should know by now that here at livinggreenandfrugally.com we just love Projects. Just because its a great way to keep your brain working and saves so much money. Anyway! I came across this article that shows you how to build a campfire swing feature for your …

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How To Turn A Flower Pot Into A Fire Pit For $5

How To Turn A Flower Pot Into A Fire Pit For $5 One of my favorite things to do in the late winter/early spring  is to invite friends and family over, and gather around a fire pit. They give you that great outdoors feeling in the comfort of your own backyard. If you have some flower pots …

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How To Build A Cool And Easy Fire Pit!

How To Build A Cool And Easy Fire Pit!  How to build an outdoor, homemade fire pit out of an old washing machine drum! It looks great and works fantastic. Fire pits are conventionally made from stone or bricks and as the name suggests, are made into a pit in the ground. The fire pit …

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How To Build A Wooden Portable Fire Pit

 How To Build A Wooden Portable Fire Pit You can easily make a fire almost anywhere there is wood. The key to this type of device is a firebox that will be made of a non-flammable material. A portable fire pit is a great option for both heat and ambiance. You can keep your unit stored …

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Simple Fire Pit For Just $50

Simple Fire Pit For Just $50 If you are looking to add ambiance and warmth to your outdoor space with a stunning fire pit feature that you can enjoy all year round, then this concrete tree ring fire pit is for you. This is a great tutorial showing us how to make out own fire …

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Fire Pit With No Smoke Odor or Ashes Using Fire Glass

Fire Pit With No Smoke Odor or Ashes Using Fire Glass Fire glass is tempered glass manufactured in pebble-sized fragments used as a medium to retain and direct heat, usually in gas fireplaces and fire pits. Fire glass does not burn, but retains heat and refracts light as a result of burning gas. Fire glass (like artificial logs and stones) is …

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