Child Swing

Here’s a way to provide some cheap entertainment to a child! The folks over at EcoProjecteer have developed what they call the “bucket swing” using a cut-up 5 gallon bucket.

Most 5 gallon buckets are made with very heavy duty plastic, but I would still consider reinforcing the eye holes the ropes are threaded through. I have had buckets split on me, and I would hate for that to happen to one of these swings.

Visit their site for the detailed instructions.

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