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maryg
Junior Contributor
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hannah
New Contributor
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Getting on board the industrial concrete trend by making these concrete vases over the weekend. Surprisingly very easy, using quick set concrete meant ...

Poppop
Senior Contributor
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 Fairly easy to make this one. All you need is a router or jigsaw to cut the circles, a saw to cut the different lengths for the centre pole, a drill, ...

joineryjo
New Contributor
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     So I couldn’t find a plant stand that was the height or look I wanted so Bunnings to the rescue again! I did realise halfway for a stand this hei ...

MarcL
New Contributor
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          I made these two Pinball machines as a hobby project, no electrical parts. MATERIALS: Pine, Mdf, pvc pipe, coat hangers for wire, some plas ...

JI
Newbie
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Hi, I'd like to make some planter pots and after looking up a few instructions, I notice quick set concrete and cement being used alternatively. Whic ...

Brodz19
Occasional Browser
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Hi all!Im a newbie at DIY so after some advice please!Im planning on re vamping my children's play room and toy storage.I plan on buying the 4 cube wh ...

BrianTheBuilder
New Contributor
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I have a question on compatibility, as an example I have a box here for a 10MM COMPACT DRILL DRIVER KIT, it says 5 year warranty, PXCDK-150 (I know it ...

BigFella1956
Junior Contributor
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Dear All, Many thanks to those of you for your valuable feedback on my table saw question. I have another question which I should have also asked at ...

Poppop
Senior Contributor
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      Like most things i make, there were no plans for this, just a picture in my head. Apart from the chrome curtain rods for the bars on t ...

Shagen
Junior Contributor
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I bought a Ryobi table saw a few weeks ago and did my first coffee table out of pallet wood. This who coffee table was made with just the Ryobi table ...

Emm1
New Contributor
6 replies

Imenz
Budding Contributor
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Sectional (A-A) view of guitar stand with dimensions.

MutsRenos
New Contributor
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Hi everyone, So I'm a sort of new woodworker/carpenter (I'm in year 11 VCE currently studying Certificate II in Building & Construction at TAFE) and ...

Sarma1
New Contributor
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lookig for ideas / drawings for childrens toys , have a grand child due in two weeks and want to make something! any suggestions?

redracer01
Valued Contributor
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Hello Everyone! Today's weekend project is the perfect diy gift for your loved ones. I built these easy to make phone holders over a few days just b ...

eriktank
New Contributor
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Hi Everyone, so my latest project was making a 2 rustic handrails for our home. Originally out home had a wooden handrail with galvanised supports. P ...

Madmoggy
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My grandson goes to make room Wellington (www.makeroomwellington.nz) Where Nigel runs a STEM educational programme - Science Technolgy Electronics a ...

redracer01
Valued Contributor
2 replies
May

G'day Everyone, My grandfather was forever making these things for my grandmother. Stools to sit on and doubles as a flower pot holder. This is grea ...

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May

I need to order a frame for a painting, the painting is 93 wide by 51 high, I see the frames are on line only,I have tried calling the supplier and th ...

maryg
Junior Contributor
10 replies
May

 so this is to be my first ever attempt at mosaic I hope my project is better than my drawing lol Thank you soo much Mitchell for your advice I’m goi ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
29 replies
May

Amy04
Budding Browser
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May

      Bunnings Team Member- Funky Succulent Planters. (Made from tinned peaches cans) Clean and wash can, no other prep required. Paint with Linen W ...

Sally_baker
New Contributor
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A fun way to keep gardening even when its wet and cold outside. INGREDIENTS: tarps on the laundry bench and floor. Potting mix, charcoal (always ke ...