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Grilling Station | Kreg Tool
Create the perfect companion to your outdoor grill with this rolling cart. It offers space to store your supplies and ingredients, plus a metal top that looks great and is easy to clean. Best of all, the cart sits on rubber wheels that make it easy to move around. FREE PLANS at buildsomething.com
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How to make an outdoor pool umbrella half barrel flower pot stand. Shade! 1) Real/resin half barrel (drill holes in the bottom for drainage) 2) QUIKRETE or a cement block that has a hole in the center for your post 3) Put in PVC pipe (spray paint to liking) 4)Use small stones or pebbles to increase the stability. Cover with dirt and plant flowers. 6) If you use a tilt umbrella the wind may blow it in a circle. Drill hole in PVC, put screw in place.
How to make an outdoor pool umbrella half barrel flower pot stand. Shade! 1) Real/resin half barrel (drill holes in the bottom for drainage) 2) QUIKRETE or a cement block that has a hole in the center for your post 3) Put in PVC pipe (spray paint to liking) 4)Use small stones or pebbles to … Read More →
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Needed a way to hang these great patio lights, (purchased at Costco), but didn't want to screw into the house. Made these posts/whiskey barrel/planter combination. 4'x4' red wood post secured with "L" brackets to the bottom of large barrel. Fill bottom 1/3 of barrel with rocks and the rest with soil for planting. Barrel is on wheels to easily redefine any area.