DIY Projects to Make Your Backyard BBQ the Event of the Season

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Stamps                                                                                                                               Cut parchment paper into square sheets, and then label them with stamps! This idea can be used for labeling rare, medium, and well done meat, as well as labeling meal options for your vegetarian buddies who love grilled veggies.

Chalkboard Menu                                                                                                       Make your guests’ mouths water as they read over a menu displayed on your CalFlame grill! Coat a piece of plywood, big or small, in black chalkboard paint. Then, grab some chalk and get to writing!

Hole Punch Plates                                                                                                    Paper plates save you a lot of time when it comes to clean up, but hardly add anything to the atmosphere. Try hole punching the side of your plates and tying napkins and plastic utensils to each plate with twine. Not only does is look snazzy, but it frees up a hand to scoop up more food!

Repel Bugs                                                                                                                 Don’t let insects bug your guests during your party! Add some sage to your warm barbeque after you’ve finished grilling for a natural way to ward off unwanted bugs.

S’mores Bar A backyard barbeque is incomplete without s’mores! Light up your CalFlame grill and roast some marshmallows, and don’t forget all the goodies! Set up the graham crackers and chocolate near the grill, and for an extra chocolate-y treat, keep chocolate syrup nearby.

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