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hazesnow
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I decided to use the 600mm and the 450mm pine rounds that we have in our store to make a double layer revolving charcuterie board. I cut the 450mm dow ...

linkysmumma
New Contributor
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Living in a renovator house watching dad d.i.y every part of our home ,one project after the other teaching mum along the way. I decided that mum a ...

kateAndy
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NatalieA
New Contributor
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I got this coffee machine as a gift many years ago. While I love the coffee, I’ve never loved the colour. So I thought, why not make it feel more like ...

Claire84
Budding Contributor
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     An old vintage kitchenette that was a family hairloom needed a lot of work to give a new modern look to use for many more years. Old paint was ...

DI_Steve
Newbie
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We came to Melbourne to visit our daughter and her husband and our new grandson. While visiting, my daughter asked if there was anything we could bu ...

Hels1
Budding Contributor
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Susanne2
New Contributor
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I have painted a design on drink coasters with acrylic paint. I want to be able to use them for hot cups and possibly plates from the oven. Would R ...

JoeAzza
Super Contributor
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I recently bought a glass cake dome, it need a base to sit on, so I made a timber base for it to sit on for cakes/muffins/donuts, etc. I bought a ...

hpf
Newbie
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how can I make a whiteboard ? new home and wanting to put up a whiteboard for notices etc for kids schooling etc.. too expensive to buy and trying to ...

robchin
Super Contributor
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On the weekend I made this bread board out of a bit of Aussie hardwood that I 'rescued' from a building site (I asked) and the cheese knives from a ...

gberg
Budding Browser
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I have used acrylic paint to decorate a wooden cheeseboard and was wondering if there was a food safe way for me to protect/seal the design in order f ...

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