Patio is also an important component part of your summer life. Just think how cool and cosy it is that play with your families or entertain guests in a beautiful patio with flowers and trees! So it’s time to upgrade your patio. It’s not difficult. You can plant some flowers with different colors that makes …

30+ Insanely Cool Ideas to Upgrade Your Patio This Summer

Patio is also an important component part of your summer life. Just think how cool and cosy it is that play with your families or entertain guests in a beautiful patio with flowers and trees! So it’s time to upgrade your patio. It’s not difficult. You can plant some flowers with different colors that makes …

a ref without power won't stay cold...however, on it's back with ice..the cold air will stay in because it cannot fall out when opened. Dry ice?? How to drain it?? Looks great! Large but great!

a ref without power won't stay cold...however, on it's back with ice..the cold air will stay in because it cannot fall out when opened. Dry ice?? How to drain it?? Looks great! Large but great!


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Here is the glow in the dark paint - use it on outside planters, fence posts, furniture, tree bases, poles, etc....the list is endless!

Here is the glow in the dark paint - use it on outside planters, fence posts, furniture, tree bases, poles, etc....the list is endless!

DIY patio - simply want one thing on the bottom that gained't make the furnishings .... *** Check out even more by checking out the image

26 Breathtaking Yard and Patio String lighting Ideas Will Fascinate You

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DIY fire pit. around $200 for pit and wall and pillars at $1.31/paver" data-componentType="MODAL_PIN

DIY fire pit. around $200 for pit and wall and pillars at $1.31/paver" data-componentType="MODAL_PIN

Building a Fire Pit 36" cardboard concrete form - 48" cardboard concrete form (or for less money substitute a 4x8 sheet of hardboard to make both forms) - 10 (80#) bags of concrete mix - 2 (10' lengths of 3/8") rebar - 25 firebricks - One half-gallon bucket of refractory cement (sold at a brickyard) - 120 face bricks - 5 (80#) bags of Type N mortar mix

Building a Fire Pit

Building a Fire Pit 36" cardboard concrete form - 48" cardboard concrete form (or for less money substitute a 4x8 sheet of hardboard to make both forms) - 10 (80#) bags of concrete mix - 2 (10' lengths of 3/8") rebar - 25 firebricks - One half-gallon bucket of refractory cement (sold at a brickyard) - 120 face bricks - 5 (80#) bags of Type N mortar mix

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