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Topics with Label: D.I.Y. July entry

bthederan
Building a Reputation
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Frontyard Timber Steps and garden makeover. Relatively steep slope, was difficult to mow lawn. Had quotes for concrete steps which were astronomical. ...

ashleesellen
Having an Impact
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My partner and I built a beautiful sunken fire pit/conversation pit using decking boards, concrete blocks and white pebbles. It’s perfect for roasting ...

daniel4
Having an Impact
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Hi All. I was inspired by this Custom Industrial Table by @ogosh for my outdoor / backyard deck. Contrary to @ogosh situation, I could not ...

sandy_d
Amassing an Audience
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A friend asked if I could make over her dated Jayco camper trailer, and I couldn’t say no! This project took some time and lots of love and was well w ...

Kn140964
Growing in Experience
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The backyard was ugly and I wanted to create a place where we could entertain and a focus on low maintenance. Using the concrete bricks to make the ...

buildwithroneth
Having an Impact
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Built an extended outdoor entertaining area. A warm space that connects our dining, garage and backyard. Somewhere where we can relax, read, sip wine, ...

homeforeverhome
Building a Reputation
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My husband and I transformed our once unused and unsightly brick courtyard into a modern Japanese inspired garden. This is one of my favourite renovat ...

jessejujitsu
Building a Reputation
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I replaced my garden shed with a planterbox floating bench bonfire area. All materials bought at bunnings! Total voltage around $3100StepsStep 1 ...

annettespanski
Having an Impact
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We live in a two storey house that has a lovely sunny balcony at the front of the house in a quiet street. However, all I could ever notice looking ...

prettyliving
Amassing an Audience
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  Hi Workshop Members! It’s been a little while since I’ve posted on here, but here’s a project I’ve been up to that has a pretty cool story behind i ...

Dave-1
Home Improvement Guru
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My old steel posts had rusted and caused the concrete to crack then expel a wedged chunk of concrete. There isn't a lot I can do about the cracks but ...

cflanders72
Getting Established
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     Billy cart made for my son made with plywood and fixed with interlocking joints

Nicolef_2089
Finding My Feet
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   We moved into our new house in March 2022 during the floods. With 3 large dogs we had no choice but to work in all our spare time trying to ...

blocks
Finding My Feet
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Back deck done with Ecco Deck came up great      

Penwah
Finding My Feet
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We have done a makeover on the existing outdoor BBQ area. I tiled the wooden top, built a frame so I could enclose it using cement sheeting which I ...

HarrietArthur
Cultivating a Following
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MaterialsSample Pots from old projects ToolsStepsStep 11. Brushed the corrugated iron fence. Step 22. Started with big blocks of colour.Step 33. ...

DJC
Cultivating a Following
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  We moved into our coastal home surrounded by the Royal National Park in 2018. The backyard is a perfect size for us but desperately needed updatin ...

senseipaul
Growing in Experience
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Unusable deck area at side of the house needed a little something - everyone needs a dart room! We now have friends and family who have never played d ...

senseipaul
Growing in Experience
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An unusable space turned into a very usable space for entertaining friends and family - warm and inviting with open air for summer and closed in optio ...

becbec9
Getting Established
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When building our new home, one thing we planned to get done ASAP was our outdoor entertaining area. Our outdoor kitchen dreams we had drawn out start ...

Supergav
Getting Established
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Designed and built a backyard fire pit area . Had to do something with this area as it was a area that needed a transformation as it was a mud heap ...

RubyCavoodle
Growing in Experience
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Tackled my first solo DIY project whilst the hubby worked on the landscaping of our house, and little miss Ruby couldn't be any happier.  

Wheats
Having an Impact
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My wife wanted a veggie garden and liked an idea in a Bunnings magazine. She wanted plenty of space for fruits, veggies and herbs. All materials were ...

annacleone
Building a Reputation
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This gazebo was built 10-15 years ago and had lattice sidings that were rotting, and were built far too high that you couldn't see out while sitting. ...