More ideas from Martha Liliana
My Puerto Rican hammock set up - rented an augur, drilled two holes, bought 5 1/2x5 1/2x8 ft pressure treated poles, quikcrete in the holes, a little bit of hardware and voila! Our own little piece of PR in RI.

My Puerto Rican hammock set up - rented an augur, drilled two holes, bought 5 ft pressure treated poles, quikcrete in the holes, a little bit of hardware and voila! Our own little piece of PR in RI.

I don't have trees for a hammock and didn't want a metal frame so just an easy DIY project. 2, 4x4 posts. 8 ft tall each. 3' into the ground with cement. Then just 2 screw hooks and that's it! A hammock with spreader bars should be hung between 4-5 feet off the ground so mine is around 4 1/2. Tip: Rent or borrow an auger if you can, especially if you live somewhere with harder soil. The depth of the posts is key!

easy DIY project for our Hammock posts. 8 ft tall each. into the ground with cement. Then just 2 screw hooks and that's it! A hammock with spreader bars should be hung between feet off the ground so mine is around 4

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another pinner said.Chinese dragon head built for my wife's classroom. By Todd Van Fleet. Made with cardboard, foam core and lots of hot glue. Painted with spray paint. The handles are PVC so kids can hold it over their head.