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Here’s one of the most classic things to do with an old tire. There are three thing required: a tire, a tree, and some rope. Tie two knots and there you go, you’ve got yourself a whole lotta summer fun.
Your old tires can still keep you safe from water, but now they hold the water in instead of keeping it out.
Find a glass pane or some other surface to put across a tire and all of a sudden there’s a table perfect for any man cave.
Any kid who’s into cars or racing would love to have one or two or twenty of these in his or her room, and there are plenty of grown-ups out there who wouldn’t mind having these either.
Rubber is flexible and comfy, right? Even if it isn’t always so, if you get some cushions and make some seat backs, you’ll have a great place to take a load off.
Tire on the ground. Sand in the tire. All of a sudden you’ve got a surefire way to keep your kids occupied for hours and hours on end. You’re welcome.
A frog is just one example, but if you’re looking for a cool and unique way to add some flair to your lawn, cut up some tires and paint them like your favorite animal. Zebras, birds, anything you can think of is fair game.
If you want to incorporate flora into your tires but don’t want to go the whole nine yards to make some animals, just throw some dirt in those suckers and plant some flowers. Given enough water and sunlight, just like any other plant, and you’ll have a great outdoor decoration in no time.
If you get really creative with some tires, you can make some really cool seats. Just make sure to put some covers on them so that you don’t leave tire tracks in your house.
Tires are rubber, so they’re good insulators, they’re waterproof, and they’re durable. It’s actually surprising that more people haven’t done this.
Old tires don’t have to be purely decorative. If you’re looking for a way to have some fun and get off the ground, make a climbing wall. It’s fun for racing friends to the top or just having.
Tires are strong, so as a basket they’d be able to handle whatever load you wanted them to bear, whether it be a car or the groceries from the car.
Tires are basically the shoe soles for your car, so it’s only the natural progression that they become the shoe soles for your shoes. Since it’s likely that you won’t be going nearly as fast as your car, even old tires will help you keep traction on slippery surfaces.
For those who are either artistically inclined or have a boatload of tires lying around, this option is one that is sure to leave every passerby awestruck. Who would’t want that awesome lion standing guard over their house?
Here’s one way for car lovers to make a fashion statement. You may want to make sure the tire is clean before you repurpose it, or you may find yourself doing a lot of unnecessary laundry.
When you’ve only got parts of tires, here’s something you can do to make good use of them.
With the kind of protection this backpack would afford, you could carry even the most delicate things and not worry about the elements getting to them.
These make the perfect handmade gift that also incorporates a little bit of a personal touch. She’s sure to appreciate that these came from something you care about.
If you need a piece to complement the chairs and table you already have, consider an ottoman. Decorate the tire a little bit and you’ve got the perfect place to put up your feet after a long day.
Maybe you don’t want one of these in your backyard, but it sure is fun to run though these things. It’s also fun to watch other people fail at running through these things.
Here’s another idea for a unique outdoor decoration. Since the tire has been supporting a car or a truck for a while, you know it’ll be able to support you and a friend.
These cute little outdoor decorations can be moved around into different patterns and and add a nice touch of green to the area.
You’ve spent years putting money into your tires, so here’s one way to continue doing so once the tire has outlived its initial usefulness.