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Metal Spring From Old Trampoline.

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from And Next Comes L

Pool Noodle Trampoline Safety Hack


Get your trampoline Summer Ready in less than 2 hours!! 11 skinny noodles for the springs, 10 big noodles to go around the outside, & a pack of 200 14-inch long zipties... We did this in 2 hours while I had the kiddos scrub the "winter" (you know, the stuff that turns your feet black when you leave it uncovered all winter!!) off the surface with a push broom, the hose & some dishsoap!!


our new outdoor xylophone .. I recycled our old trampoline frame and used the springs to hang the metal tubes.....


Instead of buying a replacement pad for our trampoline for $60 I bought pool noodles at our local dollar store and only spent $11!!! Simple and fun!!! BRILLIANT!

from Mashable

22 DIY Tricks to Make Parenting a Little Easier

So cool! No more pinching yourself on the trampoline. All steps and supplies below. Supplies- Trampoline (of course) And foam sticks (used for water toys). Steps. Cut the foam sticks into the size of the springs. Cut the bottom of them, and slide them on.