Artesanato - finally, I can use those tires that are collecting dust in the basement.

Artesanato - finally, I can use those tires that are collecting dust in the basement.

This would be great with red coleus  and marigolds planted in it. Reds, oranges and yellows to represent the flames and fire. Then put it by the backyard seating area.  I could even use smaller bbq's with the large ones.

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This would be great with red coleus and marigolds planted in it. Reds, oranges and yellows to represent the flames and fire. Then put it by the backyard seating area. I could even use smaller bbq's with the large ones.

Lena Sekine: * * * DIY Outdoor Seating * * *  Another view...I think I'd choose matching colors!

Lena Sekine: * * * DIY Outdoor Seating * * * Another view...I think I'd choose matching colors!

DIY Backyard concrete Seating | Recent Photos The Commons Getty Collection Galleries World Map App ...

DIY Backyard concrete Seating | Recent Photos The Commons Getty Collection Galleries World Map App ...

Thinking of making this along the side and back left side of our deck instead of buying a patio set... Looks a lot more comfortable!

Thinking of making this along the side and back left side of our deck instead of buying a patio set... Looks a lot more comfortable!

Bench Border  If your deck is low enough not to require a railing, build a bench around the perimeter to provide seating and a sense of enclosure.This bench wraps two sides of the deck, but you could build a smaller version on just one side using leftover deck boards for the seat and pressure-treated 26s (about $5 for an 8-foot board; at home centers) for the supporting structure.

Bench Border If your deck is low enough not to require a railing, build a bench around the perimeter to provide seating and a sense of enclosure.This bench wraps two sides of the deck, but you could build a smaller version on just one side using leftover deck boards for the seat and pressure-treated 26s (about $5 for an 8-foot board; at home centers) for the supporting structure.

Homemade Bee, Yellowjacket, & Wasp Trap    Take a gallon milk jug and cut an upside down V shape in the side 2/3 way up on the jug. Press the tab in. Pour fruit juice ( I use apple) 1 inch deep into the jug. Put the cap back on the jug and hang. Insects enter through the hole and can't get out.

Homemade Bee, Yellowjacket, & Wasp Trap Take a gallon milk jug and cut an upside down V shape in the side 2/3 way up on the jug. Press the tab in. Pour fruit juice ( I use apple) 1 inch deep into the jug. Put the cap back on the jug and hang. Insects enter through the hole and can't get out.

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