This Woman Collects Breeze Blocks And Creates Something Spectacular

• Emma Jensen
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Paint your breeze blocks using bright colors then add various plants for extra creativity!
Try this approach for your next firepit. It's simple and creative right?
How clever is this? A fun looking bench where you can store your children's shoes.
How about creating outdoor steps that are filled with wood chips?

There are so many amazing creations out there but who would have thought of using breeze blocks? Take a look at some brilliant ideas and do MORE with your cement blocks today!

How To Upcycle Breeze Blocks

1. Plant holder: Paint your breeze blocks using bright colors then add various plants for extra creativity!

2. Garden firepit: Stack your breeze blocks to form a square and place your wood pieces in the center. It's the perfect size firepit that won't cost much.

3. Chilren's bench: Stack the blocks to form a rectangle and place colourful cushions and pillows on top. You can place your chilren's shoes in the holes of the blocks. 

4. Garden steps: Create outdoor steps and fill them with wood chips. It's a simple way to save extra money in your wallet. 

5. Garden lights:  All you have to do is stack the blocks together then add tea candles in between the holes and it will illuminate your garden.

6. Outdoor bench: Create your own inexpensive and simplistic bench out of breeze blocks and old wood scraps.  

7. Nightstand/shelves: Use the breeze blocks as a rustic looking nightstand or living room shelves. It can hold all your favourite things and it won't cost you a fortune.