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Wouldy
Junior Contributor
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I have had this sitting in my shed for about two weeks. It was given to me by a friend. Apparently a child was using it as a huge swing in a garage. ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Who wants one of these underneath the Christmas tree this year? The $30 Limited Edition Building Block Warehouse collectables are making their w ...

Pcreations
Budding Browser
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Hi, I need to know which is the best glue to stick stones and pebbles to the mirror and also to stick stones together.

consoletable
Budding Contributor
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Hit a roadblock with woodcutting earlier but managed to complete the project eventually - big thanks to @MitchellMc who gave some great advice to my p ...

kel
Experienced Contributor
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consoletable
Budding Contributor
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Further to my earlier console table project for housing some living room entertainment electronics, I also tried to find a way to manage the messy cab ...

RenoSal
New Contributor
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I bought bamboo posts and a bamboo outdoor screen to make a four poster bed.Firstly, I started with the metal bed base and cable tied the upright bamb ...

RenoSal
New Contributor
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How simple. All I did was remove the pelmet to make it easier to work with.Then I hot glued macrame cord to it.

tish999
New Contributor
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 made a Christmas tree from an old pallet lying around as we had no space for our 6foot one

michael_cc
New Contributor
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I have a 600x600mm piece of 3mm thick acrylic sheet and I would like to cut it to a 550x550mm sized piece for a personal project. Does Bunnings have a ...

Richardc007
Newbie
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would like what to use timber wise for a table about 1200 wide 180 high 360 depth to be able to take 16Kg in weight.I was thing pine panels

prettyliving
Super Contributor
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      This past week I’ve been working on a ‘ute’ bookshelf for my son. I used pine boards from Bunnings which I stained with black paint and water ...

mia9321
New Contributor
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I'm looking to attach 3mm thick acrylic to 5mm thick hardwood and am not sure which screw type and size to use. To clarify, I want to attach the long ...

Tinyfeather60
Junior Contributor
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Hi everyone hope everyone is safe and well I’m going to make my own moulds out of silicone for drawer handles made from resin what I want to know is w ...

Radish
New Contributor
4 replies

I've been given a lovely photo in a frame to hang on the wall.I would prefer to have it stand on a table. The back infill is14" x 11". Has anyone ...

vikkhul
Budding Browser
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Hi Guys, I'm planning to build a work desk with flip top vanity mirror. Can you please suggest on how to chose correct hinge (doesn't go beyond ~110 ...

TashT
New Contributor
8 replies

Hi all, I’m new to this whole painting thing, so am guessing it’s something I’ve done, or haven’t done!So I sanded these 2 bedside tables, cleaned and ...

Tinyfeather60
Junior Contributor
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Hi everyone hope everyone is safe and keeping busy I would like some help with how to start a chalk painting project on my old dresser and side tables ...

bellee78
New Contributor
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When I found the old sewing kit from Facebook market place, I immediately thought about making makeup storage box.   I used Rust Oleum Chalked paint ...

Krhodes
Occasional Browser
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Hi everyone, I would like to make a standard small coffee table to hold a cuppa and laptop. I'd like the legs to fold in for easy storage but also ...

bellee78
New Contributor
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I was always passionate to antique/vintage stuff. Since I moved to Australia, I found lots of vintage furnitures such as vintage treadle sewing mac ...

Razzer
Junior Contributor
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Thought I would do something different. My son wanted a fish tank but I didnt want it to protrude to far in to the lounge room, so I decided to put it ...

prvz27
Established Contributor
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Hi everyone! New to the workshop here! Have been browsing through the posts and seeing some great discussion!I have several questions with regards to ...

r_j_h_drn
New Contributor
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We had a fairly large mirror we removed from our en-suite bathroom and thought it a shame to discard. Instead opted to turn it into an oversized ornat ...