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Hey there, Lauren and Sarah here. We are two gals from Adelaide trying to renovate our house and do as much of it ourselves. Still so much to do and learn, but would love to share any tips with others trying to do the same. :)
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DIYgals
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Monday

Hi @Jason , It's nearly there! We have some exciting updates to share! Watch this space.

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Wow! looks fantastic! @Jesse1

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Hi @pats6182 , The size of the timbers we used are as follows: Posts: 90x90 Beams: 240x45 Rafters :140x45 Purlins: 70x45 The beams are bolted to ...

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October

@Sunda No problems! The space we are cooling is approx 40m2 and have chosen a 6.5KW unit. We took into account location, aspect and pitch as well ...

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I found some cool old prints that I wanted to frame and found this cool design and thought I'd give making them a go myself. It was super easy and ine ...

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October

Hi @Bubbles8712 , Sounds like a pretty good plan! I'd screw and glue the pine and the MDF, that will increase strength. Go for it and share the ...

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October

Hi @Sunda , We are in the middle of a similar project atm. On the walls between the steel sheets and plaster board we have uses Earthwool and on ...

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October

Hi @hollyM , Cool up-cycling project! I don't have much experience with plaster or resin. But, if I were to use timber, I would glue multiple pieces t ...

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Bunnings Team Member EricL
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Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @Noniq. It's great to have you join us, and thank you for sharing your question about wanting to build a 3x ...

Member Engagement KatieC
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@Jesse1 It came together so well and the cord you selected matches perfectly! Katie

Projects Editor StevieB
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a month ago

Amazing job @Jesse1. Thanks for coming back to share. It's lovely to see how this clever project by the @DIYgals inspired your own. Stevie

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a month ago

This ended up a very quick fix for one of those “one day I’ll get to it” jobs! I put cord front and back of the fabric to hold it firmly.  

Member Engagement KatieC
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a month ago

What a cute and budget friendly way to hang art! @DIYgals did you put a cord on the bottom dowel as well to keep it on? @Jesse1 Would love to s ...

Jesse1
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a month ago

I have a beautiful tea towel that we bought on a trip to France and have wanted to hang it in our kitchen but was put off by the cost of framing. This ...

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Hi @ShandyMay Chinese Star Jasmine is not only beautiful and fragrant but really tough and hardy too !!! Mitch has given some great advice. Gosh ther ...

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DIYgals
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Monday

Hi @Jason , It's nearly there! We have some exciting updates to share! Watch this space.

DIYgals
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a month ago

Wow! looks fantastic! @Jesse1

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a month ago

Hi @pats6182 , The size of the timbers we used are as follows: Posts: 90x90 Beams: 240x45 Rafters :140x45 Purlins: 70x45 The beams are bolted to ...

DIYgals
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October

@Sunda No problems! The space we are cooling is approx 40m2 and have chosen a 6.5KW unit. We took into account location, aspect and pitch as well ...

DIYgals
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7 replies

I found some cool old prints that I wanted to frame and found this cool design and thought I'd give making them a go myself. It was super easy and ine ...

DIYgals
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October

Hi @Bubbles8712 , Sounds like a pretty good plan! I'd screw and glue the pine and the MDF, that will increase strength. Go for it and share the ...

DIYgals
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October

Hi @Sunda , We are in the middle of a similar project atm. On the walls between the steel sheets and plaster board we have uses Earthwool and on ...

DIYgals
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October

Hi @hollyM , Cool up-cycling project! I don't have much experience with plaster or resin. But, if I were to use timber, I would glue multiple pieces t ...

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