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  • Invitations by Tango Design wedding & event stationery

    old trampoline #kids outdoor idea #trampoline house #reading space garden

  • American Marine

    This looks fantastic! Using an old trampoline, some rope, and fabric, you have a massive "hammock" perfect for the kids, or relaxing in the backyard with a nice drink. Add some mosquito netting and it would be the perfect place to spend a few hours!

  • Lana Maxwell

    A recycled trampoline tent I want one for the back yard. :)

  • Erin Lopez

    Are you kidding me. This is an old trampoline. Yes! This will go in my next houses back yard!

  • Linda Bui

    Cool idea for the backyard. Tree house / hammock trampoline.

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