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Jamespeter100
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Pictures of the final item, followed by some instructions. Just spotted a video icon, so will try to add a video later. With succulents. The problem, ...

Jamespeter100
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August

 Bunnings daffodils, in a barrow from Bunnings pallets, with a Bunnings Christmas tree holder for a wheel, next to Bunnings half wine barrels.

Jamespeter100
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Our 18.5 yr old cat passed. So, the first iteration of a memorial planter. Thinking orange pansies for the planter. Summer flower can be English marig ...

Jamespeter100
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June

On the weekend, I visited my local, my local Bunnings cafe for a pie and a coffee. Well well, I noticed the little sticks for stirring the coffee. N ...

Jamespeter100
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 The pot man on the right isn’t easily moved. So I thought of a sack truck man. I’ve always liked sack trucks, offical ones come in a variety of shap ...

Jamespeter100
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June

Making a wheel with spokes, see the one on the right.  Here, Bunnings dowel that’s 16mm diameter, fits snugly is a hole drilled with a Bunnings spade ...

Jamespeter100
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May

 I use to scrape off 100mm of soil, add 100mm of lawn cuttings from a lawnmower guy, then place the top soil back over the lawn cuttings. Was thinking ...

Jamespeter100
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Staying at home, and didn’t want to go out to the cold shed to make something. So, I thought if desktop woodwork. Used the washing machine when gluein ...

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May

   Hi Stevie,Another creation from James’ inspiration. All made from pallet timber from Bunnings.

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May

     

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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May

Your creativity is astounding, @Jamespeter100! Great work re-purposing that Apple computer. Becoming an aquarium is likely the most useful thing it ha ...

Community Manager Jason
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May

Thanks for posting @Jamespeter100. We love your creativity. It would be great if you could share details about how you made this so other community me ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
August 2020

Congrats @Jamespeter100, this project was featured by Bunnings on Instagram and Facebook. Love your work. Jason

annieerbs
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May

Love it! Great addition to any garden! I made my children a 2 seater chair with rabbits on each end. I also made a rocking kangaroo back in the day. ...

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April

Thanks for the Inspiration James, I have recently made a sheep planter. Hope you approve.  

kel
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Been playing with the scrollsaw a bit latelyu

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Jamespeter100
Experienced Contributor
4 replies

Pictures of the final item, followed by some instructions. Just spotted a video icon, so will try to add a video later. With succulents. The problem, ...

Jamespeter100
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
August

 Bunnings daffodils, in a barrow from Bunnings pallets, with a Bunnings Christmas tree holder for a wheel, next to Bunnings half wine barrels.

Jamespeter100
Experienced Contributor
2 replies

Our 18.5 yr old cat passed. So, the first iteration of a memorial planter. Thinking orange pansies for the planter. Summer flower can be English marig ...

Jamespeter100
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
June

On the weekend, I visited my local, my local Bunnings cafe for a pie and a coffee. Well well, I noticed the little sticks for stirring the coffee. N ...

Jamespeter100
Experienced Contributor
1 reply

 The pot man on the right isn’t easily moved. So I thought of a sack truck man. I’ve always liked sack trucks, offical ones come in a variety of shap ...

Jamespeter100
Experienced Contributor
3 replies
June

Making a wheel with spokes, see the one on the right.  Here, Bunnings dowel that’s 16mm diameter, fits snugly is a hole drilled with a Bunnings spade ...

Jamespeter100
Experienced Contributor
May

 I use to scrape off 100mm of soil, add 100mm of lawn cuttings from a lawnmower guy, then place the top soil back over the lawn cuttings. Was thinking ...

Jamespeter100
Experienced Contributor
6 replies

Staying at home, and didn’t want to go out to the cold shed to make something. So, I thought if desktop woodwork. Used the washing machine when gluein ...

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