Another use for the trampoline frame. Take the round frame apart so that you have two semi circles and stand them upright. Install conduit in the pipes where the legs were and add a tarp. It's a quick and easy Quonset building. Trampolines are usually 14' diameter and that makes a 10x14x7 shed. That'll cover quite a few tractors. I've also used the original legs to lift it two feet on the four corners to give a nine foot peak.
re-purpose jars. spray paint lids for uniformity
Thrifty and Chic - DIY Projects and Home Decor
RE PURPOSED OLD TIRE INTO A OTTOMAN. Rope covered versions online, even inexpensive ones are pushing 500 or more. Make your own with bags of rope and super glue from your local hardware store. A plywood top and bottom are added to round out the look. You have to purchase the instructions, but for $2.99 this will be worth it when we finally get some space.
Tires on wheels for yard storage
Tire Storage Bin
Supply Tins: When you finish off that last Altoid, save the container. It's the right size for holding office supplies like paper clips and stamps. 1. Trace the top of the tin onto leftover contact paper or cork sheets (found at craft stores) and cut out the pattern. 2. Use glue to affix the cover to the tin. 3. Label the top to indicate what's inside. Cost: less than $10
office supply tin
11 Seconds: Recycled Flowerpots and Planters
Grams: WE’RE A SWINGIN’ GROUP
Recycle Tire Garden... so green