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A firepit is a backyard focal point and gathering spot. The one featured here is constructed around a metal liner, which will keep the fire pit walls from overheating and cracking if cooled suddenly by rain or a bucket of water. The liner here is a section of 36-inch-diameter corrugated culvert pipe. Check local codes for stipulations on pit area size. Many codes require a 20-foot-diameter pit area.
By BlackAndDecker

Cornhole, also known as Beanbag toss was invented, by most accounts, during the darkness of the middle ages in Europe. Lost for centuries, it was rediscovered in the back woods of Kentucky in the 19th century. However, the basic idea of the game—throw something at a target—has existed uninterrupted for many thousands of years.
By BlackAndDecker

Ladder golf doesn’t have much to do with golf, but it’s plenty of fun and it’s exploding in popularity. Stop by any tailgate party outside the football stadium and there’s a good chance you’ll see several fans engaged in a heated game. Also called ladder toss, ladder ball, and many other names,ladder golf is a relatively new backyard game that involves tossing short bolas made from golf balls at a ladder-like stand. If the bola wraps around one of the ladder rungs and stays, you earn points.
By BlackAndDecker

Create a table and stools made from planters for your patio! The don't take up much space, can be used as storage, and they're super easy to make! For more DIY projects check out my blog: http://adventuresincreating.blogspot.com
By rfalcon12

Have any chairs that are in need of a simple update? This step by step tutorial will show you some easy things that you can do to update the chairs in your house and have you feeling 'chairful' again.

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By Red Heads Craft More Fun

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