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Jamespeter100
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Some random garden pictures.  Horse and cart for Shrek. Bunnings sell primula in punnets    a big help bringing out cineraria seedlings that have ...

Jamespeter100
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Monday

 eMac.More old things in the garden.    Below, when 3D printers came out, thought great, print out replica plants. Coleus here.  I’m getting messages ...

Jamespeter100
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 I joined two baskets, joined. Used a thin piece of wood to hold the potting mix in, so it could be flipped over and put on the other. The thin wood t ...

Jamespeter100
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Plant containers and stands made from items that would otherwise go to the Bunnings waste box.  Tandy model 1. A web was crocheted from thin wire. So ...

Jamespeter100
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2 weeks ago

Using the cute little Bunnings pots, a Ferris wheel can be made using wire coat hangers.  With succulents, from Bunnings. outside  getting old, forgo ...

Jamespeter100
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2 weeks ago

I’ll upload details later, but for now, the paint that came from Bunnings, the colour is Noosa Views.

Jamespeter100
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2 weeks ago

A group of bromeliads which are epiphytes. They love it in a wooden barrow.   

Jamespeter100
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                     after this lot, time to have a rest.  

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Monday

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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2 weeks ago

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
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August

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

annieerbs
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2 weeks ago

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. ...

LCFC
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3 weeks ago

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

Moderator JaneK
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March

Thanks so much for sharing this project @Jamespeter100. Could you tell us a bit more about how you created the legs? How have you fastened everything ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
March 2020

Great work as always @Jamespeter100. Many thanks for sharing such detailed instructions so that others can replicate your fantastic handiwork. Jason ...

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Jamespeter100
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 eMac.More old things in the garden.    Below, when 3D printers came out, thought great, print out replica plants. Coleus here.  I’m getting messages ...

Jamespeter100
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a week ago

 I joined two baskets, joined. Used a thin piece of wood to hold the potting mix in, so it could be flipped over and put on the other. The thin wood t ...

Jamespeter100
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3 replies

Plant containers and stands made from items that would otherwise go to the Bunnings waste box.  Tandy model 1. A web was crocheted from thin wire. So ...

Jamespeter100
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1 reply
2 weeks ago

Using the cute little Bunnings pots, a Ferris wheel can be made using wire coat hangers.  With succulents, from Bunnings. outside  getting old, forgo ...

Jamespeter100
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2 weeks ago

I’ll upload details later, but for now, the paint that came from Bunnings, the colour is Noosa Views.

Jamespeter100
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2 weeks ago

A group of bromeliads which are epiphytes. They love it in a wooden barrow.   

Jamespeter100
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                     after this lot, time to have a rest.  

Jamespeter100
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Two Bunnings hanging baskets were joined together, and a stand was required. A pallet to the rescue. An ellipse was cut out, feet were added, paint a ...

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