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PVC has a lot more uses than just carrying sewage from one place to another. PVC pipes can be used to create many beautiful crafts. Here are some creative projects you can do with PVC pipes lying around your house. These projects are easy to do and will provide fun for the whole family.

20 Projects You Can Do With PVC Pipes

Want a backyard toy that your kids will just LOVE this summer? Make a DIY Platform Swing from PVC piping, webbing, and rope. My kids can't get enough of this swing and the best part-- there's room for all of them on this giant platform swing! by bonita

Homemade Infant Swing Stand (+/- $65.00) What you'll need: 6 - 5'L PVC pipe (2") (Cut 4 in half) 6 - 90 deg. PVC Connectors 2 - T - PVC Connectors (for uprights) 2 - 2" Stainless steel eye hooks with bolts (1/4" dia.) 4 - 1/4" stainless steel washers 1 - Infant swing of your choice.

What you'll need: 6 - PVC pipe (Cut 4 in half) 6 - 90 deg. PVC Connectors 2 - T - PVC Connectors (for uprights) 2 - Stainless steel eye hooks with bolts dia.) 4 - stainless steel washers 1 - Infant swing of your choice.

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I know where there ware plenty of tires and I know where there are some grandkids who would like this when they get bigger!

Saw this while driving through Idaho this morning, I so need to make it! PVC Swing

Saw this while driving through Idaho PVC Swing

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