Cheap Firepit Ideas

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DIY Round Brick Firepit Tutorial, how to build a simple backyard fire pit in the ground with bricks and gravel. DIY Round Brick Firepit Tutorial, how to build a simple backyard fire pit in the ground with bricks and gravel. Diy Fire Pit, Fire Pit Backyard, Backyard Patio, Backyard Landscaping, How To Build A Fire Pit, Cheap Fire Pit, Garden Fire Pit, Brick Garden, Building A Fire Pit

27 Awesome DIY Firepit Ideas for Your Yard

DIY Round Brick Firepit Tutorial, how to build a simple backyard fire pit in the ground with bricks and gravel.

Cheap fire pit idea for beach camping. These tubs are cheap at the farm store and you can grab a grill for on top. Cheap Fire Pit, Diy Fire Pit, Fire Pits, Camping Info, Go Camping, Camping Ideas, Camping Fire Pit, Winter Camping, Backyard Camping

Cheap fire pit idea!! These tubs are cheap at the farm store - add a layer of sand in the bottom and around the outside for safety. If you wanted a lid to keep the water out you could buy a tub the same size as a metal trash can lid. You could also be able to use a grill on the top to cook on - but Im not sure how the galvanization would affect any food cooked on it. - yosemitebob

Cheap fire pit idea!! These tubs are cheap at the farm store – add a layer of sand in the bottom and around the outside for safety. If you wanted a lid to keep the water out you could buy a tub the same size as a metal trash can lid. You could also be…

Buy a 15 gallon wash pail from Lowe's. Get four bricks, Put the bricks inside the pail. Spread them out flat, to cover the bottom of the pail, and then set your logs on top of the bricks. This allows for airflow under your logs to keep the fire going. Fire Pit Ring, Diy Fire Pit, Fire Pit Backyard, Cheap Fire Pit Diy, Cheap Outdoor Fire Pit, Small Fire Pit, Foyers, Terracotta, Tabletop

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Here is a quick DIY fire pit on a budget, if you don't already have one. Buy a 15 gallon wash pail from Lowe's. They are only $15. Get four bricks as well for like $0.77 each, so about $4. Put the bricks inside the pail. Spread them out flat, to cover the bottom of the pail, and then set your logs on top of the bricks. This allows for airflow under your logs to keep the fire going. Then I used the Duraflame logs because they stay lit for 2 to 3 hours and they don't smoke as badly. They look…