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DIY PVC Sprinkler

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After making the water table for the kids we decided we needed some other water toys for the kids. So we made this DIY PVC Sprinkler.

DIY PVC Sprinkler

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This project is probably the easiest project ever! You only need PVC, a drill, and PVC cutters. Seriously that’s it.

We decided not to glue the PVC together so that it would be really easy to break down for the winter.

DIY PVC Sprinkler

You need 3/4 inch PVC pipe. 3 end caps, 2 t’s, and 2 90 degree elbows. You also need a hose connector.

PVC Pipes

The hose connectors are not located in with the other PVC. At least at my Home Depot, they were located in with the sprinkler heads.

The side pieces are 5′ each, the top portion is 4′ with holes drilled every 2 inches with a 1/8 drill bit. For the feet there are 4 18′ pieces.

PVC Pipes

Use the t’s to attach the feet to the sides and then the elbows to attach the sides to the top with the holes drilled. Point the holes down.

Put the end caps on the ends of the feet and then your hose connector. Connect your hose, and turn it on!

PVC Pipes all connected and spraying water

That’s it! Seriously, the easiest project and the kids have so much fun with it!

PVC Piper sprinkler

We turn the water on really low so that it’s just a dribble. This way it doesn’t create a flood and the kids can run through it.

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