How to build your own fire pit in 30 minutes.
:: Features from the linky Regular Party ::
Having several linky party sections now means that I have lots of entries to choose from. I want to feature so many of you, that I decided to simply make two articles featuring YOU.
Today, I’m showcasing the top 3 features from the regular party. Tomorrow I’ll be featuring my top 5 recipes from the (HEALTHY) Recipe Linky party.
Featured Creative Ideas, DIY Projects & Crafts
# 1. This tiered, ruffle skirt in zebra pattern with bold contrast pink sash is a true attention grabber. Betsy Johnson can learn from this… (smile). Made by Liz Howling. Wow.
#2. The most original entry is by Bella from the ArtClubBlog.com. When I saw her Picasso pops, something within me came alive. Just love these!!!
(Besides me wanting to make these for myself,) I consider this a first-rate ‘cool crafts for kids’ -project. Painting these pops, made from satay sticks and craft foam balls, teaches kids how to make art, art history, kids craft, illusionist painting on a 3D object, and how to have fun: all in one go!!! Wow! What a good homeschooling idea!!!
More Cool Crafts for Kids
#3. Nichole from Poplarpenny.com shows how to build a fire pit next to the pool in oh, say 20 minutes. And it looks fabulous. I wanted to show you the photo that clearly shows that all you need to do is stack 30 tiles. However, I am so enamored by that lit-pool that I am showing you this pic instead. Put sand in the pit and use a regular fireplace grill to raise the logs that you’ll be placing in your pit. So easy!
Get ready for summer. Make a firepit today!
More Fireplace Ideas
That’s it for the features of the regular party.
Remember, tomorrow I’ll be featuring my top 5 recipes from the (HEALTHY) Recipe Linky party. All will be must-try recipes! And maybe one of your recipes is features. So be sure to come back for this tomorrow!
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New Recipes party! Tomorrow, I’ll feature my top 5 from the last recipe collection.
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