To make a DIY outdoor version of Jenga get out some 2x4’s and cut them into approx 10 ½ ” long pieces. Once you have 54 pieces, sand them up a little, stack ‘em, and challenge everyone to a match!    Our favorite bar has one of these on the patio -- giant jenga! Super fun!

To make a DIY outdoor version of Jenga get out some 2x4’s and cut them into approx 10 ½ ” long pieces. Once you have 54 pieces, sand them up a little, stack ‘em, and challenge everyone to a match! Our favorite bar has one of these on the patio -- giant jenga! Super fun!

What you'll need:  - A log from the yard  - A chainsaw  - lighter fluid  - matches or a torch  using the chainsaw cut the log like a pizza.  Cut it about 1/2 to 3/4 the way through the log.  pour some lighter fluid down in the center and light her up!It will take a few minute for it to really get going.

What you'll need: - A log from the yard - A chainsaw - lighter fluid - matches or a torch using the chainsaw cut the log like a pizza. Cut it about 1/2 to 3/4 the way through the log. pour some lighter fluid down in the center and light her up!It will take a few minute for it to really get going.

Entertaining children..... in the garden  Sam Belina, great family idea

Entertaining children..... in the garden

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I would never think of this! Light charcoal in terracotta pots lined with foil for tabletop s'mores. Fun outdoor summer party idea.

I would never think of this! Light charcoal in terracotta pots lined with foil for tabletop s'mores. Fun outdoor summer party idea.

Giant Jenga- Made it this weekend for the 4th.  Get 8 2x4x8, cut to 10.5".  Need enough for 19 rows.  Sand down the ends and makes smooth.  Cost me 32 dollars to make!

Giant Jenga- Made it this weekend for the 4th. Get 8 2x4x8, cut to 10.5". Need enough for 19 rows. Sand down the ends and makes smooth. Cost me 32 dollars to make!

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