The flaming rock bowls pictured above are actually a product that Restoration Hardware used to sell. Although theyre no longer available, knowing RH, Im sure they werent cheap. Enter ManMade, who got all fancy with the concrete and made a DIY concrete fire pit for about $40 in supplies:  Concrete mix Mixing bowls for the mold Non-stick cooking spray Large bucket for mixing and masonry trowel Gel fireplace fuel canisters  Replacement grill grate  Fire safe decorative stones  As for the tut…

The flaming rock bowls pictured above are actually a product that Restoration Hardware used to sell. Although theyre no longer available, knowing RH, Im sure they werent cheap. Enter ManMade, who got all fancy with the concrete and made a DIY concrete fire pit for about $40 in supplies:  Concrete mix Mixing bowls for the mold Non-stick cooking spray Large bucket for mixing and masonry trowel Gel fireplace fuel canisters  Replacement grill grate  Fire safe decorative stones  As for the tut...
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