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A few weeks ago, Seth and I got to work building a fire pit in our backyard. Here is our story. We scouted out the ideal location in our yard. Seth then trimmed some branches from a nearby tree that were overhanging the fire pit area. Safety first, people. Plan A was to follow this tutorial and utilize the bowl from our existing fire pit. But we soon realized that it was a bit too small. Onto Plan B: no bowl in the fire pit. After laying out a circle of 13 retaining wall blocks, we used a…

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943K views · 43K likes | Elle Beadle on Instagram: "When your hubby says no to a £1200 fire pit so you DIY 2 of them 😜

It really is as simple as the reel shows! But let’s cover off the safety stuff because I see people posting about DIY fire bowls but not so much the dos and don’ts which I think is so important!

1. You should ONLY use materials that are fire safe, especially when it comes to adding the stones. I have seen a lot of reels using normal pebbles - this is NOT safe! Pebbles, river rocks, sandstone and many other porous or wet rocks can crack when they reach a high temperate causing them to explode and cause serious injury. You should ONLY use hard rock in a fire bowl/pit such as marble, slate, granite, lava rock or pre fabricated stone made specifically for this purpose. (Loc Instagram, Hard Rock, Gardening, Diy, Diy Fire Bowl Patio, Fire Pit With Rocks, Diy Fire Pit, Fire Pit Bowl, Stone Firepits Backyard Diy

943K views · 43K likes | Elle Beadle on Instagram: "When your hubby says no to a £1200 fire pit so you DIY 2 of them 😜 It really is as simple as the reel shows! But let’s cover off the safety stuff because I see people posting about DIY fire bowls but not so much the dos and don’ts which I think is so important! 1. You should ONLY use materials that are fire safe, especially when it comes to adding the stones. I have seen a lot of reels using normal pebbles - this is NOT safe! Pebbles…

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