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    giant xylophone made from wind chime pipes This looks awesome. This would be great in the backyard for when the kiddos come to visit.

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    Glow in the dark paint is so practical for so many reasons.....paint an old can or two and take it camping to mark your camp site for visitors.....paint handrail so it is easy to find at night.....paint wind chimes, garden tools....the list is as long as your imagination!

    What a fantastic looking music wall! But there are some bad design errors. The thongophone pipes will be very hard for children to play, because the holes are vertical - if the tops of the angle pieces were cut so that they were open at a 45 degree angle they would work much better. The pots, pans, grills etc would sound much better if they were hung so they don't touch the wall. Some of the instruments are too high to be played easily by children Pinned by Alec of childsplaymusic.c...

    Garden bed for the kiddos! Would love to have this.

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    DIY hopscotch pavers ~ fun!

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    outdoor rainbow xylophone, would be cool mounted on fence.

    water wall - PVC pipes and elastic loops I LOVE this water wall - the kids have to put it together to make it work!

    Paint rocks or large stones for accent colors for your yard or garden ~ great idea for very little $ !!

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    Tire climb Great idea for your backyard

    PVC Pipe Planter. Disney World does this! Lowes sells all the parts.

    A fresh take on a children's play house - a DIY rustic roundhouse made from natural reed screening (walls) and a brushwood screening roof. The area also features a wooden table and chairs made from logs and timber planks. This is our natural children's outdoor play area that my partner and I designed for our child to encourage creative, open-ended play. Designed and made by David Bennett

    Fix that ugly culvert! Wonder if our county would let me do this since they INSIST on mowing my Crown Vetch to the dirt every summer. (grrr!)

    pipe drums