DIY Home Improvements

amazinginterior:

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14 DIY Fire Pit Ideas for Your Home

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Fire pits are another name of fun and enjoyment with friends and family. A fire pit is a great place to gather around and have some quality time with your loved ones. It will be even more enjoyable if you have a fire pit at your home made by your own hands. So take a look at 14 fabulous DIY firepit ideas here:  
  14 DIY Fire Pits You Can Make Yourself – Curbly

amazinginterior:

New Post has been published on http://www.amazinginteriordesign.com/14-diy-fire-pit-ideas-home/

14 DIY Fire Pit Ideas for Your Home

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Image via: curbly

Fire pits are another name of fun and enjoyment with friends and family. A fire pit is a great place to gather around and have some quality time with your loved ones. It will be even more enjoyable if you have a fire pit at your home made by your own hands. So take a look at 14 fabulous DIY firepit ideas here:
 

makingjiggy:

did you know your kitties need tents? 

CAUSE THEY DO

» click here to get the tutorial «

So cute!

recycleandcreate:

A new trend in home improvement is to try to create more personalized space that would reflect your preferences and character, rooms full of originality and creativity. Although tastes are so varied , you can bring in your home with minimal financial investment, extraordinary decorative and useful furniture, sofas, tables, shelves made ​​from … wood pallets. Wood pallets have stopped being just simple building material and began to be used independently, in order to achieve originality and also cheap furniture. The possibilities in which you can use wood pallets are endless: you can paint and use them as a coffee table in the living room, sofa for the patio, flower holders or shelves in the kitchen. A set of wheels will only cost $ 3.49, and a pallet can be found at any materials storage for free or for a very small amount. If you can not find a pallet, it can be bought for $ 17 .

halloweencrafts:

DIY Halloween Apothecary Jars’ Tutorial from Magia Mia. Turn plastic vitamin bottles into creepy apothecary jars using a glue gun and chalkboard paint.

Can’t wait for Halloween!

halloweencrafts:

DIY Halloween Apothecary Jars’ Tutorial from Magia Mia. Turn plastic vitamin bottles into creepy apothecary jars using a glue gun and chalkboard paint.

Can’t wait for Halloween!

floregonva:

Someone had posted on my Facebook that my son needed some of these. I agreed!!!  
And I found a blog with the instructions here! 
http://www.doodlecraftblog.com/2013/07/otter-pop-lightsabers-and-summer-fun.html
Can’t wait to make them :D

floregonva:

Someone had posted on my Facebook that my son needed some of these. I agreed!!!  

And I found a blog with the instructions here! 

http://www.doodlecraftblog.com/2013/07/otter-pop-lightsabers-and-summer-fun.html

Can’t wait to make them :D

createforless:

Stackable Burger Pillow via Please Note

My son would LOVE one of these!

createforless:

Stackable Burger Pillow via Please Note

My son would LOVE one of these!

2 pallets + 3 pavers + white paint = a great outdoor shelf, bar or garden table. This is inexpensive, easy and handy. Share to keep it on your wall for future reference.
Found on Facebook.

2 pallets + 3 pavers + white paint = a great outdoor shelf, bar or garden table. This is inexpensive, easy and handy. Share to keep it on your wall for future reference.

Found on Facebook.

softgardening:

Easy DIY Garden Furniture

This is really cool!

softgardening:

Easy DIY Garden Furniture

This is really cool!

Unpoppable Bubbles!

Unpoppable Bubbles!

c2cprepper:

will-85:

My gutter salad bar. I installed a 5” x 10’ gutter on the side of my deck that is off my kitchen. It faces due south and gets full sun. Then I planted spinach and lettuce in it. The holes I drilled into bottom drip extra water into my herb garden below so no water is wasted.

Great plan

Awesome idea….though I want to do this for the herb garden!

c2cprepper:

will-85:

My gutter salad bar. I installed a 5” x 10’ gutter on the side of my deck that is off my kitchen. It faces due south and gets full sun. Then I planted spinach and lettuce in it. The holes I drilled into bottom drip extra water into my herb garden below so no water is wasted.

Great plan

Awesome idea….though I want to do this for the herb garden!