Looie James Real Estate Marketer and Negotiator
Looie James Real Estate Marketer and Negotiator
Looie James Real Estate Marketer and Negotiator

Looie James Real Estate Marketer and Negotiator

Looie is a classic multi-tasker who has been self employed for the past 15 years and who has now turned her impressive sales skills to real estate.

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Fall is approaching and it's time to spark up the fire pit and an easy way to get the entertaining going. Use leftover dryer lint, stuff it in a toilet paper roll, wrap it in newspaper and voila - DIY fire starter.

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Swedish Torch

For the backyard Swedish fire log. Burns for hours and looks beautiful. / @kimludcom

Building a Fire Pit

Building a Fire Pit 36" cardboard concrete form - 48" cardboard concrete form (or for less money substitute a 4x8 sheet of hardboard to make both forms) - 10 (80#) bags of concrete mix - 2 (10' lengths of 3/8") rebar - 25 firebricks - One half-gallon bucket of refractory cement (sold at a brickyard) - 120 face bricks - 5 (80#) bags of Type N mortar mix

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**When I get a house, I am sooo doin this!! Dig a deep hole four feet around. Purchase 25 pavers and 12 flagstone pavers. We bought ours from Menards. We also put two bags of river rock in the bottom. It's so easy, we did it in just a little over an hour.

7 DIY Fire Pits You Can Build in Your Garden. Bury concrete in dirt under sand pit. (Sunken fire pit) Cover fire pit with board. Then cover with sand.

apparently in south africa they call these firepit/seat combinations 'bomas'...this one is beautiful

DIY Backyard Fire Pit: simple, inexpensive weekend project that makes your backyard approximately 80 times more fun ;)

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DIY Backyard Fire Pit: simple, inexpensive weekend project that makes your backyard approximately 80 times more fun ;)