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What project do you want to tackle next?

Jason
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Thanks for joining in the discussion @Katbru. It would be great to see your orchids if you could share some photos with us. 

 

Let me also extend a very warm welcome to Workshop. It's great to have you join the community. I'm sure you will find plenty of great ideas and inspiration for your projects from other members, as well as helpful home improvement and gardening advice. Feel free to post anytime you need a hand with anything, or would just like to share something you have made or grown!

 

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Martin1964
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Re: What project do you want to tackle next?

Intending on taking our a pool and building a deck in its place 

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Rhys
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Re: What project do you want to tackle next?

The project I want to start next is to build a bird aviary for finches and quails

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Jason
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Re: What project do you want to tackle next?

Sounds like a good project @Martin1964. I'm sure there will be many people in the Workshop community who will be happy to provide suggestions and advice. You might like to start a new discussion in order to get some feedback and document the project. 

 

Let me also extend a very warm welcome to the Workshop community. It's fantastic to have you join us. Please let me know if you ever need any help getting the most from the site.

 

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bindowan109
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Re: What project do you want to tackle next?

hi, i'm wanting to build a privacy fence between our place and our next door neighbour to mostly hide his winter fire wood which is starting to look like a timber yard.
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bindowan109
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Re: What project do you want to tackle next?

a vertical garden would would be ok but the area is about 9 metres in total so it would need to be modified to include some other type of construction using other materials to improve its appearance.
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Jason
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Re: What project do you want to tackle next?

Thanks for joining in the discussion @bindowan109. Let me extend a very warm welcome to Workshop. I trust you will receive lots of terrific help and inspiration for this project and many others in future from our members.

 

I suggest you start a new discussion so that your question has as much exposure as possible, but in the meantime you might like to have a look at these previous posts for inspiration:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks again,

 

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Kiwifr33
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Re: What project do you want to tackle next?

Halfway through a woodworking workbench build, mostly Roubo styled, 4x4 legs, LVL stretchers and rails and an 85mm laminated pine top. All materials have come out of building site skips, except for the drawer which came off the side of the road from someone’s kitchen remodel.
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Jennifer
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Re: What project do you want to tackle next?

I'm a complete novice. 

 

Want to get going with 2 projects simultaneously:

 

- convert 1.2  - 2 liter plastic bottles into storage covering an entire wall & back of door.

 

- manual hydrponics - coriander, mint, tomato, chilli, lettuce

 

Would love step by step instructions of a DIY for dummies type!

 

Spade loads full of thanks in advance 

Jennifer (Jen) 

 

Murrumbeena 3163 VIC

 

 

 

 

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Jason
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Re: What project do you want to tackle next?

@Kiwifr33,

 

Your workbench build sounds like a fantastic project. You might like to hit the Start a discussion button and share some photos and a bit more detail about what you have planned. I'm sure our members would be inspired by what you are creating. 

 

I also want to extend a very warm welcome to the community. You obviously have some terrific skills and experience to share, and I hope you can also learn from other members here in the community. We have lots of keen woodworkers who are happy to share advice and post inspiring projects. 

 

Please let me know if you ever need a hand getting the most from the site.

 

Jason

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