Recycling Old Tires! |



If you have been privileged, modesty aside, to read some of my previous articles, you know how much I love to recycle! In general, I think it's a pity to get rid of something if it's still good shape or have an alternative use!

As the saying goes: If life gives you lemons ... make lemonade! And if the street rips your tires, make chairs, a playground for kids or flower pots! It is always best to find something positive in all the negative things that happen to us. And it's always great to recycle and family activities together!

Today, I will tell you what you can do with old tires. You will need fabric, paint, thread, lots of enthusiasm and creativity!

Since spring is here, I am sure you are working in your garden! This is an excellent place to use those old tires or flower pots or flower beds! They may also be used to separate plants that do not get along very well.

Another idea is this: Use them to decorate your garden or back yard. I prefer color options, so always use water spray paint because they will be exposed to the elements.

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And if you are creative and skillful, you can create decorative shapes with your tires!

Another idea is a bicycle rack. I love this concept!

If you have small children and some space in your garden, you can make fun games your children will really love!

Old style hammocks, climbing activities or even sandboxes! There are thousands of other options available. All you need is a little paint, some cord and you're good to go! These games will bring fun to your children!

You can also make furniture, including a nice, soft cushion in the inner ring. Try different designs, from garden furniture, with cord or raffia for the interior of your home, your teenager's room or even tables like the picture shows.

What do you think about these ideas? Creative, right?