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Wishing wells.  Bonica roses picked and placed in two wishing well buckets. Only Two Bonica bush rose plants produced all these flowers. Used a Bunni ...

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Thought to make some things during COVID furlough days. Found some of my eldest daughters drawings while clearing out her old room after she moved o ...

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Purchased one dahlia tuber, planted it, now it has many flowers. So while staying at home, thought of “Incy Wincy Spider”. Acid rain on the right, com ...

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   The wheel puts most people off. So, a method where a circle is cut out of a section of pallet.  if you get keen, great to give away. In this pictur ...

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Over at the Bunnings near me (Modbury) they have pallets for people to take home. In a Camry, I can put the pallet behind the drivers seat, with the s ...

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Pretty as a picture: To start, sneak out the back for a nice pallet, cut a 90mm diameter tube in to lengths of one metre. Install a length of irrig ...

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November

 Thx for writing, not often a new comment. I would have put the cat in the cart, but it was too busy reading up on Elementary Differential Equations a ...

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With a saw, one can make many cuts, to make wheels. By cutting a pallet up, a cacti cart can be made. The children like adding their soft toys. Now to ...

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Community Manager Jason
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March

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

Prawns
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March

Wow! How cool do those look, If my wife sees this post I think Im going to need those instructions and photos - she will want one as a garden ornamen ...

Mathy
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November

@Jamespeter100 - you and I are kindred spirits, I have an Applied Maths degree, specialising in numerical computation and statistics. We probably sha ...

Poppop
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November 2019

@Jason I've got a few other projects i need to get finished first. But i might get time to make a few of the smaller trees for table centerpieces.

Diamondee
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November 2019

Wow you are very creative.You have some great tips.Keep up the fabulous work!Cheers.Dee.

gregoreau
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A few years ago, I made some succulent frames to hang on our courtyard wall. After three years, they started to look a bit tired, so I remade them wit ...

Community Manager Jason
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October 2019

Very good @Jamespeter100. Reminds me of Alexander Calder's wire sculptures. Although I don't think he ever used Stormtroopers in his work! The dr ...

nimbinpaul
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October 2019

Great idea and well executed there.. But it's got me thinking about expanding it into a rotating herb and salad plantation system that can be placed o ...

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Jamespeter100
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Wishing wells.  Bonica roses picked and placed in two wishing well buckets. Only Two Bonica bush rose plants produced all these flowers. Used a Bunni ...

Jamespeter100
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1 reply

Thought to make some things during COVID furlough days. Found some of my eldest daughters drawings while clearing out her old room after she moved o ...

Jamespeter100
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Purchased one dahlia tuber, planted it, now it has many flowers. So while staying at home, thought of “Incy Wincy Spider”. Acid rain on the right, com ...

Jamespeter100
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3 replies

   The wheel puts most people off. So, a method where a circle is cut out of a section of pallet.  if you get keen, great to give away. In this pictur ...

Jamespeter100
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1 reply
February

Over at the Bunnings near me (Modbury) they have pallets for people to take home. In a Camry, I can put the pallet behind the drivers seat, with the s ...

Jamespeter100
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3 replies

Pretty as a picture: To start, sneak out the back for a nice pallet, cut a 90mm diameter tube in to lengths of one metre. Install a length of irrig ...

Jamespeter100
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November

 Thx for writing, not often a new comment. I would have put the cat in the cart, but it was too busy reading up on Elementary Differential Equations a ...

Jamespeter100
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With a saw, one can make many cuts, to make wheels. By cutting a pallet up, a cacti cart can be made. The children like adding their soft toys. Now to ...

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