D.I.Y. Portable Disposable Charcoal Grill
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Are you ready to learn how to make an incredibly easy D.I.Y. portable disposable charcoal grill? These are perfect for summer day trips or travel of any type. Or even for those of you who love the taste of grilled foods but hate the mess afterward. It will save you so much room in your vehicle if you’re traveling.
Before I get to that, I want to talk about photography for a minute which is important to me. I love capturing our summer memories for photo books or even just to share online.
Now, I have to be honest and say that when cell phone companies started adding cameras to phones, I was not on board with the idea. I was a DSLR shooter and I never in a million years believed I could get the same picture quality with a smartphone.
It took a little persuasion before I was on board with the idea of using cell phone cams but since then, mobile cameras have made a believer out of me.
Fast forward to this past weekend when I flew to Chicago for the weekend. I left my digital camera behind because it’s heavy and bulky and more importantly because my new LG L59 Grace takes equally impressive photos and it’s small enough that I can stick it in my pocket. I no longer have to worry about packing my camera for long trips, charging the batteries for it, nor with trying to keep up with my memory cards.
My new cell phone photo was taken with old cell phone. You can clearly see how bright and clear the images are on it vs my old cell phone. My old cell phone cam gives off a yellowish type tinge to my photos but my new one shows the true colors.
Not only is my new phone helping me pack lighter, I’m saving money with my switch to the Walmart Family Mobile $49.88 PLUS Plan, powered by T-Mobile. Can you guess what I’m going to do with the money I save? I’m going to make this a little fun. On the count of three write your answer in a comment.
The first two persons (I’m feeling generous today) to get the answer right will receive an honorable link mention on my sidebar for 1 full month. Make sure you add your link in the URL section of your comment.
By switching to my new mobile service, I’m saving money and it’s something I’ve wanted to do for some time now (I had to wait for my contract to end with my old service). It was so fast and convenient to set up that I set it up, packed for a trip, cooked lunch, and all within an hour. It took mere minutes to set up so I had the rest of the hour to multitask. Can you say that about setting up your current mobile service?
If you’re ready to let Walmart Family Mobile make your summer better, head to Walmart to check out the new Samsung J3 or LG L59 Grace and make the switch to an affordable and reliable service. Just a little heads up, you can make the switch to Walmart Family Mobile and keep your own phone if that is the route you want to go. No monthly contract! No Activation Fees. No Late Fees.
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Every time you renew your plan, you will receive a free VUDU◊ movie, $7 value.
$49.88 PLUS Plan, powered by T-Mobile, Unlimited Talk, Text & Data Plan which Includes up to 15 GB of 4G LTE† data, then 2G*
I love all of the summer fun I’m having with my new phone. I’m taking photos galore (and playing Township on it lol). With the savings, I’m actively creating summer fun D.I.Y. projects. An example of that would be this ah-mazing DIY throw away charcoal grill that I can use anywhere provided I have a concrete block or a concrete slab under it. As much as I love grilling out and grilled food, I despise having to clean a large grill, not to mention trying to haul one around.
When I’m home, I use a baking pan under mine because the neighbor’s kids are curious and I want a layer of protection between the disposable lasagna pans I use and them. I also use a cookie rack when I’m home on top of the disposable grill tops, just because I usually throw more on the grill for leftovers than I would when I’m out glamping or camping.
If you’d like to make your own D.I.Y. disposable charcoal grill, here is what you’ll need.
Disposable tin pan (lasagna size).
Disposable grill toppers (comes in a pack of 3).
That’s it, folks. Now you know how to grill anywhere without having to drag your bulky, heavy, grill around with you. It’s especially handy for cook outs with picnics.
◊What kind of fun will you be having this summer with the money you’ll save on the Walmart Mobile plan? What VUDU◊ movie will you be watching first?
*Please always refer to the latest terms and conditions at myfamilymobile.com.
† To get 4G LTE speed, you must have a 4G LTE capable device and 4G LTE SIM Card. Actual availability, coverage, and speed may vary. LTE is a trademark of ETSI.
- Disclaimer: All prices for phones and plans included in this post are accurate as of the date of posting; however, these prices are subject to change. Please refer to this page or your local Walmart for current pricing.
◊Disclaimer: Limited time offer. Available for lines active with the PLUS $49.88 plan only. VUDU◊ enabled device and account required for digital viewing. Customers must be 18 years or older to open a VUDU◊ account. Movie rental only available in the USA. Free movie rental provided in the form of a movie rental code to the value of a $7.00 VUDU◊ credit. Movie rental code allows for selection from available movies for rent. May not be readily redeemable on all new releases. The code will be delivered within up to 24 hours of the effective account renewal date. Must be used within 30 days of receiving the code. Offer is non-transferable. Limit 1 per customer. Additional terms and conditions on VUDU◊’s website: http://www.vudu.com/termsofservice.html