Here's a great way to recycle: repurpose a pine floor joist from a 19th-century house as the perfect swing for your yard. Handmade in Pennsylvania, the tree swing encourages kids and the young at heart to let loose and have a little fun in the outdoors. The seat is finished with natural tung oil, and each side comes with 25 feet of manila rope with a 695-pound tension limit. Expect a lot of squeals and laughter with this in your yard! Available at dotandbo.com
How To Build A Tool Shed From Repurposed Doors http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/5ws9 This little shed is a great way to protect your garden tools and recycle some old doors that would otherwise become landfill.
Child-friendly gardens don't have to be full of garish plastic. This smart set-up includes a cedar playhouse, swing and climbing frame. The ground is covered with maintenance-free artificial grass over a rubber mat, which means no bald patches from wear and tear.
Are the kids begging for a swing? Forget the expensive swing set, all you need to get is a used skateboard! This DIY project only takes around 20 minutes to complete. Just perfect for kids excited to have their very own swing! http://diyprojects.ideas2live4.com/2015/09/30/skateboard-swing/ Is this going to be your next project for them?