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Only cost $42 to make!!! Dig a 2ft deep hole four feet around. Purchase 25 4x4x12 pavers and 12 flagstone pavers.  put two bags of 3/4" river rock in the bottom.

In-ground fire pit. Dig a deep hole four feet around. Purchase 25 pavers and 12 flagstone pavers. put two bags of river rock in the bottom.

Use rope lighting to line your garden. | 32 Cheap And Easy Backyard Ideas That Are Borderline Genius

Rope lighting in flower beds. This works perfect for lighting a walkway. I used the rope light holders that stick in the ground and cut off half the spike.

so simple

If you were to use drift wood this would be awesome for a beach reception style thing. Very natural, but striking. Drill holes in wood, place tea lights. Beautiful outdoor table center piece for the picnic table---AROUND THE GARDEN POOL

Build this easy DIY Firepit with simple tips and instructions provided!  44 stones, Metal fireplace bowl, 1) fireproof base, pea gravel, patio, brick, stones, etc  2) form first row circle check size with bowl 3) use level on each row before starting next row  4) Stack 4 rows staggering stones for stability 5) set firepit bowl on top  6) enjoy!

Easy DIY Firepit {Progress on the Fall Backyard Makeover Project

Easy DIY Firepit Progress on the Fall Backyard Makeover Project! - The Inspired Room - Gardening For Life

Oh, oh would love to build a stream that starts at the garden end of the yard and meanders to the dog yard :) Backyard Inspiration - Ideas for Garden Lovers!

Beautiful Backyards: Inspiration for Garden Lovers

Landscaping And Outdoor Building , Interesting Backyard Landscaping Ideas : Backyard Landscaping Ideas With Small River And Rocks

"What or who could be living in this tree house?  (Tree House, Humboldt County, California)  photo via aviary"

Awesome treehouse from california USA.This tree house looks like a hobbits house.A true place with real people and with us.You can add your tree house collection this one friends.

How to Create a Wildlife Pond  A beautiful wildlife pond will attract a whole host of beneficial animals, birds and insects. Make one with sloping sides, to allow easy access for creatures to come and go, and leafy edges that offer habitat and cover.

Our Favorite Garden Ponds From HGTV Fans

Yard How to create a wildlife pond - A beautiful wildlife pond will attract a whole host of beneficial animals, birds and insects. Make one with sloping sides, to allow easy access for creatures to come and go, and leafy edges that offer habitat and cover

Love my pond, love my koi, (they're really big goldfish that started out as feeder fish some 15-20 years ago), but I'd really like them up close and personal, maybe in a smaller pond.

Create a Backyard Wildlife Habitat

Put in a Pond Create a soothing garden oasis that delights the senses: refreshing drinks; seed for birds; nectar for bees and butterflies; and hiding places for fish, frogs, and other water-loving wildlife.

What a brilliant idea! Turn and old washing machine drum into a fancy new fire pit! This is an ultimate washer drum repurposing and reusing DIY idea.

Repurpose an Old Washer Drum Into A New Fire Pit for $10 - The...

Save your washing machine drum to recreate a firepit that is just pure awesome. What a great fire pit and what a great way to repurpose an old washer drum. This is the DIY project of the summer!

47 Incredible DIY Fire Pit Design Ideas .... "With winter here I find myself thinking more and more about our backyard and how we can make it a truly enjoyable, fun and relaxing space. Very top on my list is to create some sort of DIY fire pit...."

47 Incredible DIY Fire Pit Design Ideas, my favorite is the wheelbarrow! Love the handprints!

DIY Firepit | smalltownjules

DIY Firepit

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DIY fire pit designs ideas - Do you want to know how to build a DIY outdoor fire pit plans to warm your autumn and make s'mores? Find inspiring design ideas in this article.

Whether it’s small, serene and surrounded with lush plantings, or large, flowing with running water and filled with exotic fish, there’s no doubt that a pond adds a sense of peace, calm and vibrancy to your garden. Plus, it’s easier than it looks to build. Obviously, the bigger the pond, the longer it will take, but if you keep it contained, as here, you’ll be enjoying the soothing sounds of running water, and the wildlife it attracts, within a weekend.

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