Now that it’s cooling down, we’re craving marshmallows roasting over an open fire. Spend a Sunday afternoon building one of these easy fire pits in your Gemcraft backyard. You don’t have to be a master DIYer for some of these fire pits. It’s easier than you think. With just a few supplies from Lowes, you can make a fire pit in no time. These fire pits can keep you warm throughout the rest of fall.
This is a great firepit to build if you don’t want to put a dent in your wallet. You will find most of your supplies in the garden department at your local home improvement store. With some leveling and stacking, you’ll have a fire pit in no time. It’s time to get your marshmallows ready for roasting and eating.
If you don’t want to have the hassle of burning wood, this fire pit is great for burning eco logs and gel burners. It will go perfect with your Adirondack chairs. All you need to do is build the frame, attach some slats, and your fire pit will be ready in no time. It’s a perfect fire pit to gather around with some hot chocolate.
Get a little fancy with this propane fire pit that you can show off to your guests. It might not be as easy as the others, but it’s definitely worth the hard work. It’s great to turn on and gather your friends and family for some fresh air and warmth. It’ll definitely be a show stopper and your next fall gathering.
This fire pit is easy, stylish, and weather resistant. Did we mention it’s affordable? It only costs $40 to make! With some concrete mix, molds, and some protective gear, you can create this masterpiece at home. Gather around and have some late-night conversations around this edgy fire pit.
If you want to take on a challenge, this is a project for you. It’s a little more expensive but worth it. It’s going to take some more time than the others, but you’ll definitely be the talk of the town with this magnificent outdoor fireplace. Not only is it a perfect place to roast marshmallows, but it’s great to spend some quality family time around. You’ll want to spend every night warming up with a blanket and a glass of wine.
Before building fires in your backyard, remember to call your fire marshall FIRST to see what is and is not allowed. Not into DIY? Go to BlackFriday.com to see the latest deals in fire pits this season. Remember to take pictures of the building process and tag us on social. Let us know what your plans are with your backyard.