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Yonnee
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Yonnee
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July 2016

@Baretta11 This is going to be a great thread to watch. Bore away Barbara.

Yonnee
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June 2016

I'll second what @JP_Finlay has suggested with Timbermate Wood Filler. It's available in a few colours to match the timber being filled. It's water ba ...

Yonnee
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June 2016

Similar to one of the photos @kaylah_rose put up, I made this one over the weekend for my Sister as a birthday present...

Yonnee
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June 2016

@Joker has touched on a good subject. Even though your states fire authority determines when there are fire restrictions for each municipality, local ...

Yonnee
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4 replies
May 2016

Our cubby house growing up as kids was built by my Dad using house bricks as the floor. Maybe browse eBay/Gumtree for a small batch of bricks or Paver ...

Yonnee
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May 2016

Can I suggest thinking long term, and that what you make can double as a future Garden Shed or small Workshop once the kid/s grow out of a cubby house ...

Yonnee
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20 replies
May 2016

Buddha's Hand.

Yonnee
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3 replies
May 2016

I had a washing machine drum fire years ago, but discovered that the centre section of the base that connected the drum to the motor was alloy and did ...

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michael
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MartyH
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Joker
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July 2016

Great tips from @Yonnee. I would love to have a dedicated home theatre room. One day....

Andy_Mann
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August 2016

@Goldmember, what @Yonnee says is right on the money regarding screen/room size. Too big a screen in a smallish room & all viewers will see pixelation ...

Baretta11
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Well here goes, as suggested by Jason and Isobel, I'm starting a discussion/gallery of our dream home. I've posted a few photo's of the build process ...

Trying
Super Contributor
June 2016

Wow !! Workshoppers on fire !! How fantastic it is to see such creativity. Thanks everybody for giving me another project idea for when my new deck is ...

darylhewston
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Hi all, Thought I would post a couple of photos of the drinking hole. Everything you see is recycled except for the front face of the bar. The mini- ...

Isobel
Trusted Contributor
6 replies
June 2016

Sorry @ProjectPete, I'm on your wife's side. I would go with a stone benchtop. So easy and durable and look great. You can use timber elsewhere to giv ...

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Yonnee
Junior Contributor
July 2016

@Baretta11 This is going to be a great thread to watch. Bore away Barbara.

Yonnee
Junior Contributor
2 replies
June 2016

I'll second what @JP_Finlay has suggested with Timbermate Wood Filler. It's available in a few colours to match the timber being filled. It's water ba ...

Yonnee
Junior Contributor
June 2016

Similar to one of the photos @kaylah_rose put up, I made this one over the weekend for my Sister as a birthday present...

Yonnee
Junior Contributor
1 reply
June 2016

@Joker has touched on a good subject. Even though your states fire authority determines when there are fire restrictions for each municipality, local ...

Yonnee
Junior Contributor
4 replies
May 2016

Our cubby house growing up as kids was built by my Dad using house bricks as the floor. Maybe browse eBay/Gumtree for a small batch of bricks or Paver ...

Yonnee
Junior Contributor
May 2016

Can I suggest thinking long term, and that what you make can double as a future Garden Shed or small Workshop once the kid/s grow out of a cubby house ...

Yonnee
Junior Contributor
20 replies
May 2016

Buddha's Hand.

Yonnee
Junior Contributor
3 replies
May 2016

I had a washing machine drum fire years ago, but discovered that the centre section of the base that connected the drum to the motor was alloy and did ...

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