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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 ...

LorenaDIYS
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   upcycled these vases from Vinnies mixing love note by Britishpaints & plaster of Paris … someone’s trash is another’s treasure 懶 check out reels ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Painting can be a fantastic low-cost way to freshen up a room and add value to a property. For a small investment, the right paint job can make a big ...

emmajames
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  You can change the look and feel of your home by adding details like fret work. Interior fretwork is used to decorate hallways, window bay ...

Beebop123
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   Hello! Hoping someone may be able to share their personal tips and tricks for adding a fresh and modern touch onto this furniture we’ve accumulated ...

Mishmash
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Here is a feature wall we completed using mdf back boards, that were painted in domino. We then used merbau wood create the finish. We screwed the pla ...

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 ...

Stuardo
Super Contributor
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No longer working from home so the crowded and messy corner desk could go and be replaced by shelves on the wall and I incorporated a desk for one com ...

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 ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
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Fixing plasterboard over a brick wall is a project that you can easily achieve. You’ll need to start by fixing furring strips over the brick wall w ...

sper
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Hi everyone,I am looking for some inspirations for wall cladding ideas plus an economical option as I lookup the timber pine panels like this one http ...

cotcom
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I have some 50 year old wallpaper I like and would like to save a square meter or so for reuse. Any ideas? Thanks

sper
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Hello everyone, I need some help wrt choosing Color for kids room feature wall. I am after a neutral tone Color and want to know if I should go with l ...

Madmoggy
Established Contributor
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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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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 ...

tom142
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Hi. I realise this has been asked a few times before but I’d like to get an opinion. I have 2 mirrors to hang (10kg and 20kg) on a plasterboard wall w ...

wooshka
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Hi Guys, time to post up some pictures of one of my prjects from the last couple of months.My wife wanted a simple set of shelves in the old shed we ...

shannonrennison
Budding Contributor
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    Turning small white tiles into hand painted coasters. What you need: small white wall tiles, paint, paint brush, felt dots, sealant. All you nee ...

handyhubby8
Budding Contributor
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I am wanting to do VJ panelling in the hall way. Has this been attempted and are there any photos to see the end result. The hall way walls take in li ...

kacharash4
Junior Contributor
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I made this shadow box out of some moulding from dismantling my old 90's entertainment unit. Cut using a mitre box, sanded, primed then painted with t ...

robchin
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So 2nd XMAS tree for the season. This one for sister-in-law. From recycled hardwood from a demolished house. Hard to get a good picture as it's pretty ...

Wouldy
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Hi folks. This has happened twice now. I cleaned the spot with turps before sticking the hook on. I left hook for 12 hours after sticking to wall. ...