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joineryjo
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joineryjo
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a month ago

@JoeAzzagosh they look fantastic! Well done! And lovely use of that Tasmanian oak! I’ll admit it cost me $8 for all materials to make mine so I defini ...

joineryjo
Junior Contributor
March

Thanks @JoeAzza Would love to see your pics, definitely tag me when you do them!

joineryjo
Junior Contributor
March

Thanks @vica!

joineryjo
Junior Contributor
March

Thanks @mich1972!

joineryjo
Junior Contributor
March

Thanks @TedBear! Those are very kind words:) Being a novice I have found the workshop community really inspirational and helpful:) Yeah, I think you c ...

joineryjo
Junior Contributor
3 replies

    Hi everyone, so if anyone has faced the scourge of huntsmans and insects invading your home this summer you know how scary it is when doors or win ...

joineryjo
Junior Contributor
1 reply
February

Thanks for the tag @Jason. @gitzy I cut them myself after I got a great deal at Bunnings on a cheap mitre saw. You can definitely get them cut to size ...

joineryjo
Junior Contributor
February

Awh shucks, thanks @Jason!

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LePallet
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This was a fun little build, and not hard to do try out yourself.   

Community Manager Jason
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a month ago

Well done @JoeAzza for constructing such a fabulous plant stand and for sharing plenty of detail so that others can also get plenty of help and inspir ...

JoeAzza
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a month ago

@joineryjo , thank you, I decided to use Tassie oak, one length of 32x32x1800 costs approx $21, I used 3 lengths for the two stands and 1 length of 4 ...

Moderator JaneK
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1 reply
a month ago

Well done @JoeAzza. The tapered legs are a nice variation on @joineryjo's original design. What have you got planted in your pots? The Tasmanian Oak r ...

JoeAzza
Experienced Contributor
9 replies

After being inspired by @joineryjo planter stands, I decided to make my own similar/same as @joineryjo . The only difference is that I used Tasmani ...

gitzy
Budding Contributor
March

Thanks @Jason for the info. It is good to know that Bunnings provide wood cutting services.

red_one
New Contributor
1 reply
February

You’ve provided the inspiration for my next project. I’ve also been looking for the right plant stands for my home. I love the minimalist look - congr ...

gitzy
Budding Contributor
March

Thanks for the information @joineryjo

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joineryjo
Junior Contributor
1 reply
a month ago

@JoeAzzagosh they look fantastic! Well done! And lovely use of that Tasmanian oak! I’ll admit it cost me $8 for all materials to make mine so I defini ...

joineryjo
Junior Contributor
March

Thanks @JoeAzza Would love to see your pics, definitely tag me when you do them!

joineryjo
Junior Contributor
March

Thanks @TedBear! Those are very kind words:) Being a novice I have found the workshop community really inspirational and helpful:) Yeah, I think you c ...

joineryjo
Junior Contributor
3 replies

    Hi everyone, so if anyone has faced the scourge of huntsmans and insects invading your home this summer you know how scary it is when doors or win ...

joineryjo
Junior Contributor
1 reply
February

Thanks for the tag @Jason. @gitzy I cut them myself after I got a great deal at Bunnings on a cheap mitre saw. You can definitely get them cut to size ...

joineryjo
Junior Contributor
February

Awh shucks, thanks @Jason!

joineryjo
Junior Contributor
February

Thank you @MitchellMc. Bunnings has been an amazing resource during covid times. Thanks to you and the Bunnings team for all your great work and helpf ...

joineryjo
Junior Contributor
February

Wow, thanks a million @MitchellMc this is so helpful thanks so much! I will definitely post pics when I am done:)

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