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Attachment Prone: DIY Fire Pit

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square fire pits | Square Fire Pit Kit from Southern Tradition

square fire pits | Square Fire Pit Kit from Southern Tradition

Great outdoor BBQ idea

Great outdoor BBQ idea

Fire pit! $3 in rocks a some old bricks I found in the garage.

Fire pit! $3 in rocks a some old bricks I found in the garage.

Paver patio with square fire pit

Paver patio with square fire pit

This is our 34x34 square fire pit.  Materials needed: 34- 7x14 Belgian wall bricks 6- Belgian wedge bricks 2 bags of pea gravel Shovel and a leveler *measure the area before you purchase bricks so that you get the correct amount of bricks needed* 1. Each brick should lay level on the ground and level with the brick next to it.  2.Lay the 6 wedge bricks on top of the previous bricks. These will create a good air flow. 3. Lay the remaining bricks on top. Now your ready for your fire.

This is our 34x34 square fire pit. Materials needed: 34- 7x14 Belgian wall bricks 6- Belgian wedge bricks 2 bags of pea gravel Shovel and a leveler *measure the area before you purchase bricks so that you get the correct amount of bricks needed* 1. Each brick should lay level on the ground and level with the brick next to it. 2.Lay the 6 wedge bricks on top of the previous bricks. These will create a good air flow. 3. Lay the remaining bricks on top. Now your ready for your fire.

Our backyard firepit.   1. Dig a square hole six inches deep.  2. Fill flat layer of landscape gravel. About 3 inches deep.   *** Use fire resistant cement in tube to glue each layer. Just put in top. No need in between.    3. On top of gravel use rectangle, flat pavers (16) to line edge of whole; flush with ground.   4. Each layer is 16 rectangle block payers interlocked. Three layers tall.   5. Top with 16 flat, rectangular pavers slightly of edge. Two square pavers create extra space.

Our backyard firepit. 1. Dig a square hole six inches deep. 2. Fill flat layer of landscape gravel. About 3 inches deep. *** Use fire resistant cement in tube to glue each layer. Just put in top. No need in between. 3. On top of gravel use rectangle, flat pavers (16) to line edge of whole; flush with ground. 4. Each layer is 16 rectangle block payers interlocked. Three layers tall. 5. Top with 16 flat, rectangular pavers slightly of edge. Two square pavers create extra space.

This Rustic Fire Pit makes a great addition to your backyard, cabin or patio! Extend your bonfire season late into fall with this simple DIY project. Constructed from Belgian Blocks, this project is available in a variety of colors and doesn’t require any cutting. Perfect for your next #DIYsuccess

This Rustic Fire Pit makes a great addition to your backyard, cabin or patio! Extend your bonfire season late into fall with this simple DIY project. Constructed from Belgian Blocks, this project is available in a variety of colors and doesn’t require any cutting. Perfect for your next #DIYsuccess

Fire pit! $3 in rocks a some old bricks I found in the garage.

Fire pit! $3 in rocks a some old bricks I found in the garage.