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Julieg9426
Junior Contributor
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Hi all I’ve just discovered this section on the website - it’s going to change my life!!!!! Wondering if anyone in the community has done any mosaick ...

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 ...

joineryjo
Junior 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 ...

Elly2
Budding Contributor
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I thought I would do a practice run on using a battery operated drill, and just thought I would ask my fellow 'Bunningphiles' to see what they recomme ...

Andy_J
Junior Contributor
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Hello Everyone, I trust all are enjoying Saturday. I picked up a new hobby (thanks to COVID) and thought of sharing my first attempt. Enclosed as ph ...

Moderator JaneK
Moderator
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We have had a couple of new members join us in the last couple of weeks and express an interest in getting into woodworking. I was wondering whether a ...

Moderator JaneK
Moderator
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With so many creative people in this community, I'm keen to see and hear all about any restoration or upcycling projects that anyone might have underw ...

Moderator JaneK
Moderator
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I've been impressed with the skills on display in this community. I've also been blown away with everyone's willingness to share advice to give people ...

EdwardW
Junior Contributor
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Hi guys, Sharing with you another small project I've built when I had too much small offcuts laying around... We all know this situation, when we have ...

EdwardW
Junior Contributor
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Memorabilia stand to display the boxing gloves of my late father... Very sentimental project for me - I've kept these gloves for over 30 years and fin ...

EdwardW
Junior Contributor
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This is very simple speaker stand - so simple I can't even call it a project Had some pine DAR left from other project, some pacific maple offcuts .. ...

Clint_hayward
New Contributor
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Removed carpet. Filled and sanded stairs. Painted treads with dark teal paint then put Cabot's clear urethane with hardener over the top. They came up ...

Tara86
Super Contributor
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My beautiful best friend asked if I could build her a table for their new home. She found one online and asked if I could replicate it but to suit the ...

MarcL
Budding Contributor
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Hi everyone I have 2 questions. Any help would be appreciated. Q1: I need some sort of protective layer that will have as little friction as possible ...

prettyliving
Super Contributor
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    Happy new year everyone! Thought I’d share some pics of a dollhouse I’ve been building for the past 6 months or so. I designed it myself and buil ...

JI
Budding Contributor
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Can someone please explain how to disassemble a pallet without splitting too many pieces? What tools will I need? Thanks.

Tara86
Super Contributor
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My partner wanted somewhere to store his wine bottles and some Knick knacks in his man cave. I wanted to create something unique but also something th ...

MosaicsBabe
Frequent Browser
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       Hello All-Id like to introduce myself to the community. I am the daughter of an engineer and builder who has passed on his passion of DIY to me ...

Ash98
New Contributor
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I had a Guinea Pig cage made to a specific size. However, I am having trouble finding an insert cut out for the cage that will basically be reusable. ...

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 ...

maryg
Junior Contributor
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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, ...

MarcL
Budding 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 plastic, dowel ...

JI
Budding Contributor
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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 ...