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How to build a firepit from This Old House. Mentions some important considerations such as local codes. These plans seem like a little overkill--like lining it with steel. I really don't think it is necesary to build it to last 100 years. -CAB

In          this case, we decided to use pebbles, available at Home  depot  for $2.45 a bag.    Simply dump the bag on and sweep the pebbles  into the cracks.    Cost of          Concrete $1.89 per bag  Cost of Pebbles $ 2.45  Cost  of Form $9.  Total Hours for Project: 3 hours  Total Cost of  our new fancy Walkway: $36.00

In this case, we decided to use pebbles, available at Home depot for $2.45 a bag. Simply dump the bag on and sweep the pebbles into the cracks. Cost of Concrete $1.89 per bag Cost of Pebbles $ 2.45 Cost of Form $9. Total Hours for Project: 3 hours Total Cost of our new fancy Walkway: $36.00

Best DIY Projects: Cocktails Anyone? • DIY Outdoor Bars! • A round-up of Ideas and Tutorials from around the web.

Best DIY Projects: Cocktails Anyone? • DIY Outdoor Bars! • A round-up of Ideas and Tutorials from around the web.

backyard bliss: installing patio pavers and a fire pit {diy patio} {diy fire pit}the handmade home

backyard bliss: installing patio pavers and a fire pit {diy patio} {diy fire pit}the handmade home