We searched the internet for some fun DIY Pool Noodle Sprinkler ideas. Getting wet feels great on a hot summer day and these water sprinklers made from pool noodles fit the bill – easy and fun!
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How to Make a DIY Pool Noodle Sprinkler
Here is “Fun Use of Pool Noodles #306”.
Just kidding, I’m not sure which number this is, but you know, according to our tag line, there are a million and one ways to use pool noodles and this is one of them!
Summer is in full force here in the Midwest.
We are always looking for ways to cool down, entertain the kids and have a barrel of fun.
And making things with pool noodles is what we’re all about!
Beat the summer heat, stay cool and refreshed, and enjoy your afternoon with the kids with these easy-to-make DIY Pool Noodle Sprinkler ideas.
Let us show you how to make a sprinkler out of a pool noodle for the ULTIMATE POOL NOODLE SPRINKLER!
To make your own pool noodle sprinkler, I’ve written out the instructions and also included a video below.
Here’s what you need to do:
Pick a noodle.
Pick out your pool noodle.
For this project you’ll need one with a hole in the middle.
It’s o.k. if it’s used, you know. We like to recycle used pool noodles when we can.
Find something to poke holes in the noodle.
We used a metal skewer (we show you in the Amazon ad below).
Plug it up.
Use some foil or small pieces of another noodle to plug up one end of the noodle.
You have some small pieces left from a previous project, right?
Tape it up.
Cover that end with duct tape, making sure to seal it well.
You don’t want water leaking out the end, you want it to come out from the holes you created.
Add a water source.
Place the metal end of the garden hose in the other end of the noodle.
If you want to secure it, you can tape it or use a few more small bits of previous project noodle in with the hose to help hold it tight.
Turn on the water!
Other Uses for your DIY Pool Noodle Sprinkler
If you don’t want to use this DIY Pool Noodle Sprinkler for getting wet, you can use it as a sprinkler to water your garden or your flower bed.
You can also hang it overhead and use it for a shower. Get the sand off the kids before they come inside.
Or put it on the driveway or sidewalk to keep it cool when you’re out there barefooted!
It works great for that, too!
Are you ready?
Are you ready to poke some holes in some pool noodles and make some cool summer fun?
I’d love to know how your DIY pool noodle sprinkler system turned out and which way you ended up doing it.
Did you have a blast? Did the kids love it?
Let us know in the comments below.