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This portable fire pit tutorial over on Design*Sponge is sweet. Great photos, clear instructions, and a lovely item as a result. If you want a nice bit of flame to keep you company, check it out.

How to Make a Personal Fire Pit For Cheap!
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Marktaylor1 (author)2011-11-02

Fire pits have become the newest way to relax and enjoy your backyard and to spend time with friends and family. If you have thought about getting a fire pit but don't want it to be permanently in one place, why not make a portable pit that you can move around whenever you want? You can even take it with you when you go to tailgate parties, friends' homes or to the park.





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lbullock (author)2011-06-06

I don't see where this was linked back to theartofdoingstuff. It still says design*sponge.

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lemonie (author)lbullock2011-06-06


Do you see the text in orange "How to Make a Personal Fire Pit For Cheap!", it's there.

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KentsOkay (author)2010-09-29

this gives me an awesome idea for something so awesome I can not describe it here for fear it's awesomeness would cause the universe to rip in two...

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theartofdoingstuff (author)2010-09-28

HI there! I'd like to point out that this firepit is mine, from my site The Art of Doing Stuff. I was hoping my tutorial could be linked to my site, as opposed to Design*Sponge (who I gave permission to use it) Thanks!

http://www.theartofdoingstuff.com/how-to-make-a-personal-fire-pit-for-cheap

karen!

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Wow! That was quick. Thanks so much. - karen

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bobknows (author)2010-09-23

A little off topic, but I'm gonna use that spagetti idea to light the grill tonight. Thanks

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