What do you think about these solutions? Feel free to spend on this site as much time as you think is necessary, and do your best to pick well. In fact, there is really no need to rush while checking it all out – just look at these photos and try to make a wise decision.
Easy-to-maneuvre sandbox cover with removable corner seat. It is constructed od sturdy and hygienic HDPE plastic in green. Ground barrier ensures that no insects,worms or weeds will get into the sand.
Little Tikes Turtle Round Sandbox is constructed from high-quality plastic. It features removable lid that covers sand area, two molded-in seats and lots of turtle shell details. Holds 150 lbs of sand.
Bug free sand box: 1 large bottle of cinnamon 1 large bottle of baby powder Mix well into the sand before play…
I love the big square glass containers filled with sand & candles. (Would love to know what the containers are they look fairly large).
Create a life-long keepsake of your wedding ceremony with this personalized unity sand ceremony shadow box set. This unique alternative to traditional unity candle or sand ceremony sets boasts contemporary design to be displayed at home as a reminder of t
Rainbow rice ~ Inspiration: When dyeing large amounts of white rice or noodles (we just did tiny batches) instead of using food coloring and vinegar use Easter Egg Dye with vinegar! You will get amazing colors (mostly spring) with great coverage. :)
Large home made balance scale for the playscape? This would be very cool in sand canyon, @Lori Karmazin
HOW to MAKE a GARDEN CANOPY: I have seen this canopy held up by many different things. You can use large pots and even cylinder blocks. easy!
Rice box on light table. Wow! Why didn't I think of this? (lentils, glitter, coloured sand etc)
LOVE THIS IDEA!!!! Add a fruit, a juice box, No GMO chip bag, and a sub sandwich. Place large blankets down on the grass and have a group picnic. Food served in beach-pail. this would so cool if your kid had a birthday at the beach
Quick and Easy handmade gift idea. Costs only a few dollars to make! Kids love playing with it.
Sooo cool. This wouldn't work in my 4 section sensory table, but would work well in large outdoor tubs.
Do your kids love getting dirty? Let them turn your backyard into a Mars mission off-road adventure by burying lengths of PVC pipe in dirt for tunnels.
Sandpit with Built in Seats & Cover: If you have kids and a large backyard, this project is ideal - a self contained sandpit with a lid that protects from falling leaves & animal toilet stops + it doubles as seats when opened. With the lid is closed & loc
(already have a sandbox, but LOVE the door lid on this design) Step by step instructions on how to build a sandbox the kids will play with for hours!
How to build a 4 X 12 raised garden bed. I've been trying to get the boyfriend to build this for me for a couple of years...time to learn how to do it on my own.
Ana White | Build a Large Covered Sandbox | Free and Easy DIY Project and Furniture Plans
You'd probably want to sand off any splintery bits, but this would make a reeeeally cute caddy for stuffed animals/similar toys. Vintage Pallet Storage Crate with Wheels $59
This is from a Doggy Daycare, but some great ideas to make your own yard more interesting for your pooch!
DIY Lighttable...large acrylic box frame and sterilite container with christmas lights. Site has great ideas for things to do with light table
my fav lightbox diy:To make: a large, opaque, underbed storage tub 2 strings of Christmas lights large sheets of tracing paper and sticky tape
Repaint furniture with 1 little box!!! Tip from Shanty2Chic... I am already started on an (UGLY) large armoire that I scored off of CraigsList... GOSH I LOVE PROJECTS!!
Pirate Party -- brown sugar as sand in large jars with ships, treasure or pirate's hook.
"tote's"...easy to make..either machine sew or hand stitch..i have started making these in the mid 90 s...and giving as gifts..and stocking my store..the greatest part was the cost..and how inexpensive..with my pal bebe..teaching..and also making i belie
I was looking for a sandbox but for the price, I think I'll go with the underbed container instead! Plus, it has a nice tight lid and when the kids are older, I can always reuse it. I'm getting two, one for sand and sensory play and one for water. :) boys
Dump screened topsoil or loam in the yard and let kids play for a couple weeks before raking it into the lawn. Bury lengths of PVC pipe for truck tunnels, use a large plant saucer and fill with water to make a pond.
Shadow Box memories (one for each year with photo collage as background...use to cover one wall in the game/family room)
I think i'd put a saddle and reigns on it for the grandkids to go for a ride..or put sand in it so they can "cook"........very cute idea! .
Sand play is so important for children's imaginations, this site has a lot of wonderful ideas too.
"Sensory Box 101" use oatmeal for pre-toddlers where some of it might end up in their mouth.
a designer obsessed with pretty things, beautiful spaces, interesting places and...handbags!: [ craft booth prep - part 2 ]
A large wave is captured laying on the dry sand as it throws over to create the shorebreak barrel in Oahu, Hawaii. A photographer wades into the ocean to capture the beauty of breaking waves as they roll over him. Hawaii-born Clark Little uses a camera
Horizontal Channels - I so much want to make a durable apparatus for outdoor play THIS IS Ah-maze-ing
Bedside Caddy: Seems there's never enough storage space within reach in our bedroom. I purchased one for each of us and they've already proved quite useful with large and small pockets. You'll likely need to affix the tab that slips between the mattress a