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  • Meg Paxton

    Turn an old trampoline into a swinging bouncy outdoor bed thing.

  • Moira McLaughlin

    Trampoline Tent Swing: a great idea for any DIYer. Wow. The best of a hammock and a teepee and sleeping outside. I feel reborn just looking at this.

  • Michele Anastasia

    Old trampoline used as a hammock swing, very cool!

  • Amy

    #BackyardOcean i could sooo take a nap here... what to do with that trampoline when you're tired of it hogging the back yard ... the smaller ones are great for outdoor seats or swings, too

  • 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!

  • Ronda Morgan

    Trampoline Tent Swing. Yes please!!! I want one! Cool idea.

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