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Splodg
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Hi, there are heaps of awesome workshop projects here, so I thought I would mention an awesome CAD computer program I use.The program is part of a fre ...

DIYgals
Junior Contributor
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So we have a door! Isn't she pretty!? This is the first of 4, barn style doors we are going to make for our shed and studio. This door h ...

sandy_d
Budding Contributor
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I originally started this outdoor area to enjoy Easter with the family at my place. It suddenly became a space where we would honour and cherish my mu ...

DiamondDave
Budding Contributor
5 replies

              So after a visit to the Rouse Hill store, we were allowed access to available pallets to strip for good timber. After a few cu ...

abs898
New Contributor
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Hi everyone It's my first time doing a D.I.Y project, it's hard for me as I live in an apartment and there isn't much space for these projects. Not to ...

mich1972
Super Contributor
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Watch this space friends as we convert this old bathtub into a beautiful Frog Pond  We have three small frog ponds in our garden and now it’s time ...

KevinMall
Established Contributor
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Here are some photos if early stages if my current project. A budget priced coffee table.Timber taken from a pallet broken up by me then cut to length ...

moshiach77
New Contributor
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I made this table from some old hardwood boards I had.

Jamespeter100
Established Contributor
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Some random garden pictures.  Horse and cart for Shrek. Bunnings sell primula in punnets    a big help bringing out cineraria seedlings that have ...

sapphi
New Contributor
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 Hi community has anyone had experience using the porta contours range of cladding?I would like to use it to update our kitchen bench around the sides ...

firsthomereno
Newbie
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Used everything from Bunnings including the gold drawer knobs! - Door trim used to frame each drawer - Paint (Dulux Natural White) - Gold handles (a ...

kacharash4
New Contributor
2 replies

These bedside tables were found on the footpath, missing a few handles and had some slight water damage. I sanded them down with 80 grit sandpaper usi ...

Jamespeter100
Established Contributor
3 replies

Plant containers and stands made from items that would otherwise go to the Bunnings waste box.  Tandy model 1. A web was crocheted from thin wire. So ...

WCE2019
Former Community Member
25 replies

Hello Workshop Community, in school i have been given a task to make 'somthing' out of two pallets they are aprox 1.25x1.25m i have decided to make a ...

craftyhopper
Budding Contributor
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         A neighbour was throwing this out, so I got it for free!The draws looked like a sad face ☹️ so I covered them with ply for a flush lookT ...

LCFC
Junior Contributor
6 replies

    Makes a good planter.

Jamespeter100
Established Contributor
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Two Bunnings hanging baskets were joined together, and a stand was required. A pallet to the rescue. An ellipse was cut out, feet were added, paint a ...

pete_brig
Established Contributor
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Wanted some cheap furniture, preferably not flat pack but real timber, and that fitted my spaces. Found 1800x900 merbau fence panels that I've repurpo ...

ErikaH93
New Contributor
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Hi, I'm wanting to do some diy with wood pallets, does Bunnings Capalaba have them cheap or free? And would they deliver them for me at delivery cost? ...

MitchellM
Valued Contributor
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Baby number two is only a couple of months away, so their big sister needed to relinquish the cot and move up in the world. Perhaps it was the tugg ...

Jamespeter100
Established Contributor
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Time to work out who is fastest, the concrete rabbit, or the wooden turtles. Two Turtles are made from decking timber from Bunnings, the middle one ...

vica
Experienced Contributor
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  Hi, mates ! This is my dust basket . Any advice help to improve it ? Thank you ! Vica

Centrepiecefurn
Budding Contributor
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I wanted to cover the boring gal walls in my outdoor area quick & easily rather than just paint. I liquid nailed & screwed rough sawn treated 150mm fe ...

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