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Happy first day of summer, my friends 🌞! Finally…oh my goodness, I never thought I would dust my favorite flip flops off ever again. I’m happy to report that I have them on (and I hope you do, too), and I even got a mini-pedicure 🧀. I kinda feel like a new woman πŸ˜†.

Speaking of new…I’ve been wanting to share our new “Indoor Outdoor Tabletop Fire Pit” that I was finally able to try. Doesn’t it look cool on our kitchen island? Have you ever seen one of these before? It looks expensive, but it isn’t. It also doesn’t use propane which is a huge relief. Talk about versatility…

By that first photo I am sure you can tell that I’m not actually referring to a traditional “fire pit” like our DIY fire pit that my husband and I created in our back yard. However, if you’re interested in that amazing DIY project then you can read all about that weekend here:

DIY FIRE PIT w/ GRILL

Or, if you would rather witness that outdoor fire pit in cosmic flame action and read about how my husband recently transformed this bird shack, I mean bird house, then click here:

Patriotic Bird House Makeover

Just so you know, I’m also not referring to an “indoor fire pit” like as in a fireplace πŸ”₯. We already have 2 of those to help keep our winters warm. As you can see by these 2 photos below they get a lot of use, but still take a little bit of effort to light.

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Well finally, I am referring to this stunning “Indoor Outdoor Tabletop Fire Pit” that I found on-line and have really enjoyed lighting up on our kitchen island while we wait for spring to arrive. It is just so simple to use and just look at that beauty burn. Between that, and our Patriotic Christmas Tree, it’s beginning to feel like winter again πŸ˜†.

Well, not for long…

Welcome to summer on our back deck!

Indoor Outdoor Tabletop Fire Pit


PINEAPPLE PILLOWS

This is the place my husband and I like to sit during the “golden hour” every evening catching up on what transpired during our day. Sometimes the teens join us and bring one of our cats on a leash. It’s another perfect spot for the fire pit.

I wish I could find this metal frog on line for you, but I actually bought it in person at Menard’s. I move him around a lot and he sometimes leaps over to our front porch 🐸.

So, here’s the fire pit up close with the “extinguisher plate” placed on top of where the fuel goes/burns. You heard that right…FUEL. This baby uses a special fuel that doesn’t have any scent whatsoever. What’s really great is that it is safe to burn indoors or outdoors.

Never leave it unattended of course, and keep children away.

Just pour the fuel in very carefully, and then light with a long lighter. Use the extinguisher plate to put out when finished.

CHECK OUT ETHANOL FUEL HERE

Even our oldest was fascinated by it…

Happy summer to all…I’ll be back soon!

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7 Responses

  1. Dad says:

    Just Great work and Ideas.

  2. Tiffany says:

    I am in love with your kitchen! My husband and I are going to use your brick idea! Moving in a week! Can’t waiiiiiit

  3. Nancy says:

    Sweet Julie – so pretty. We have decided to move in town and so life here is upside down. Just looking at the new β€œfire pit” is a comfort.. hold me close in thoughts, please, as I face the horrific downsizing of 43 years here.

  4. Bette says:

    Hi Julie:

    That mini fire pit is a great idea. What is the make of the fuel you use? Does it have an oder when it’s burning?
    Love the outdoor one too, your husband did a great job. We live in a gated community, so we can’t have one like that.

    Cheers, Bette

    • Julie says:

      Hi Bette! I left the product link in the post. Just click on that and it will take you to the exact product I use. Thank you!

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