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LorenaDIYS
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            Using British paint sample pots & plaster of Paris , I upcycle old vases to new . Full video on YouTube Ej Makes Us 6

JulieNZ
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Hello,I am planning on using a 2400mm x 600mm x 18mm sheet of MDF to make a beer pong playing surface decorated with acrylic paint. The approach I am ...

prue_b2021
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hi all, I am new here as well as new to DIY projects however I fell in love with styling/ furniture/ design many years ago. I haven’t had the best lu ...

Prof
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Firstly to clarify, "a dedicated home theatre" means that the room you will be using will only be used for watching movies and perhaps some TV.. A ...

TedBear
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I have a use for a product called moldable glue, such as Sugru Moldable Glue & disappointed to see that Bunnings don't supply it. Does anyone know whe ...

j450n74y
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Built a new bed for our dog..     Build

robchin
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Out in the shed this weekend. I have a friend getting married soon. As I do - I made them a couple of pens (from kits - I turned the wood and assemble ...

sper
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Hi community, I did a small DIY project recently to create address sign for my house and thought of sharing it with the community. I used following ...

livyjune97
Newbie
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Hi there, I’m just wondering what I can use to strip paint from an old laminate sideboard without damaging the laminate?

rubytuesday1953
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Well, I've finally had the time to get to my sewing room to do a little reno. What a PITA it was too. Firstly I had to go thru about 10 plastic storag ...

Tara86
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As much as we like to utilise every material when creating projects, it’s inevitable that we will end up with scraps/left overs. I hate wasting materi ...

Nat
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Hello Bunnings Workshop community. Would anyone have instructions on how to make a floating frame for a 30 cm x 40 cm art canvas (as per image)? @Bun ...

Simon
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Hi Workshop Community, My partner and I have recently purchased and moved into our first house. Frequency rate of 'trips to Bunnings' has exploded, ...

nixter
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Hi all, HAving moved to working from home fulltime, I was looking to upgrade my desk setup with a monitor shelf with integrated drawers. Instead of ...

Stuardo
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My Nana’s old cabinet has passed through 3 generations and now belongs to my Niece, so it is time for a make-over. Made mostly of Silky Oak it was in ...

rgoyne
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   I have followed the instructions in the March Bunnings Magazine p63 but I have substituted an IKEA basket with pre-existing handles, refer photos. ...

lauriebrooker
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I am carving replicas of the Fifth Element Stones (in wood, as they will be under cover) - about 30cm high, and need to finish the project in somethin ...

bigrigmodels
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Here in Minlaton, South Australia I design & build realistic Big Rig wooden models plus even draw up the woodworking plans for those who are intereste ...

Storm77
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Hi Workshop Community, My preferred method when making new projects is to print out easy to follow step by step instructions. Which leads me to my ...

Madmoggy
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These were cut out with my Ryobi jigsaw from 150x18 pine. Have a short block of 20-30 mm pine dowel and 6mmx50mm hanger bolts (pictured) glued with ar ...

Madmoggy
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Hands free well minimal finger contact means this little knocker delivers maximum punch and gets attention. in fact responses to date have been almost ...

Madmoggy
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The grand children 11 and 9 are competitive and this is a great game to keep them off the iPad for a while dimensions etc I downloaded off the web and ...

Madmoggy
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This may seem a little strange as dad or brother usually gives you, lends you, or has in his some tools that you just grab when he is out. But where t ...

Madmoggy
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Let me know if you’d like the pattern I found on the internet the horn tips are 500mm approx wide, three easy to cut parts and a metal ring. I used a ...