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

LaCasaDIY
Budding Contributor
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Hi everyone  I just wanted to share our outdoor renovation project my husband and I completed recently. We mostly used products from Bunnings of co ...

edwardjones
New Contributor
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I recently had a concrete patio area poured at the bottom of my garden, it will eventually have a pergola and fire-pit area on it. Due to the slope ...

makingmyhive
Budding Contributor
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Built this outdoor kitchen area for my husband as a surprise 40th Birthday present. It has had a lot of use, particularly in the warmer months!Started ...

janelled
Budding Contributor
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We decided to turn one section of the garden that was incomplete into a Firepit Area. We wanted a sophisticated but casual look and so used Decompo ...

Tocikjaa
Budding Contributor
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I moved into a neglected house last year, and there was a crumbling termite infested shed in the backyard. We ended up tearing down the shed (and t ...

Lee19
New Contributor
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Made this garden bench seat out of pallet wood, a wall hanging and some pine from Bunnings. Sand paper, screws, paint(for white washing) and clear fin ...

cass66
Occasional Browser
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The pool deck needed rebuilding so we upcycled the decking and created a beautiful space by the pool. Old man cave gone. One happy wife      ...

jdurik
New Contributor
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Using some spare pieces of treated pine from our footpath and other supplies that we bought from our local Bunnings, my husband and i were able to ...

ehill
Junior Contributor
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A month ago, I didn't know the difference between a nail and a screw - in my first, very own DIY - I used BOTH!!!! I recently enjoyed a 'shadow box' c ...

annettespanski
Budding Contributor
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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 ...

EleventhCoastal
Junior Contributor
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When we purchased this wine barrel 9 years ago we didn’t see her full potential and let the weather slowly wear her down! After realising she was ...

Dporter
Frequent Browser
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My friend hated this mouldy old cane lounge and wanted to dump it. I absolutely loved it and new I could rescue this beautiful rare classic cane lo ...

TammieBrown
New Contributor
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My first attempt at making a door wasn't an easy one, it took approx 8 weeks from start to finish. I'm pretty proud of myself. I've always enjoyed ...

LesleyMitch
New Contributor
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A complete 3 day make over, the spa was working but filthy, the gazebo very water,hail,weather damaged.We had to reframe all the base boards on the ...

simplyhomereno
New Contributor
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Replaced the base board at the front of our home and paint them with dulux outdoor paint - Surfmist.  

alicanterenodb
Junior Contributor
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This was one of my more basic projects which got a bit tricky as I wanted to incorporate an old steel shelving which became redundant as I replaced it ...

Jesse1
Junior Contributor
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I thought I would share our latest project which is an outdoor area to relax beside the pool. As this area faces directly west, and consequently ex ...

homeinmelbourne
Established Contributor
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Creating a DIY outdoor servery We set out to clean up the pergola area and utilise the space under the kitchen window. It was previously where we ke ...

amitav
Budding Browser
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After I purchased my house, I renovated my outdoor alfresco to make it more useful. Everyone knows Melbourne weather. If you have a covered alfresc ...

Melzie
Junior Contributor
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Does everyone have that one part of their house they hope no one ever looks? Well this side of the house was that for me. Its a project that kept g ...

Renowayoflife
Budding Contributor
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Backyard Makeover: Part One We have been renovating our home for around 6 months now and although we have a long way to go (total understatement) I ...

burnsie
Budding Contributor
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When we first bought our house it had this massive tree over growing. Ended up cutting down the tree and then hiring a dingo to remove the final stump ...

daniknight4
Junior Contributor
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Continuing to "whitify" my outdoor furniture, the last piece was our 8 seater outdoor table and chairs. As time went on it transformed into something ...

Rubensrenos
New Contributor
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Our Winter project this year and we Finally replaced our existing wire fence with this. A gabion post fence with a featured privacy screen. So ha ...