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Stuardo
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June

That is a big difference @Nham , very nice. I like how the handles and diamond stand out and still compliment what you have done.Stuart.

Stuardo
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May

Thank you @MitchellMc , I will boldly go forth into the Drive-through and select the finest pieces of timber for my next project. Cheers,Stuart

Stuardo
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May

What is the process of going through the Bunnings Drive Through Timber section? Do you just drive in, pick up what you need and drive through a checko ...

Stuardo
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May

Hi @kiazeb I used Cabots Merbau water based stain to darken the orange colour and ended up with a dark terracotta shade. Neither product gave me the ...

Stuardo
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April

Hey @Nham , That is a nice little recycle job with a big impact, love it. The thick chunks of pine for the top works well. Stuart.

Stuardo
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March

Hi @J-TAC I had thought about doing this down the side of my place but might just end up creating a dry creek bed instead.Regarding your question it w ...

Stuardo
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March

Hey @jjz sorry to see your plant is so sick. From your photo those bugs are Thrips and they are nasty sap suckers who spread plant virus and fungi as ...

Stuardo
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March

Wow and Wow @funksoulbro1 it looks so good.Thanks too for the step by step photos of your progress.Stuart.

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Winnie10
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Recycled my bedhead using small half rounded dowels cut them to size sanded before applying them to the bedhead. applying the dowels with selleys l ...

kileycarbin
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I found a beautiful inspo on Bunnings web page and gave it a go all materials purchased from Bunnings, 4 days later our entry is light and bright!!! 

DanaR
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Flip number 3! A free dusty, cobwebby Tv/entertainment unit. When I sanded the top it revealed a stunning woodwork pattern of what looked like diff ...

DanaR
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This Marketplace find was a ...........challenge! Although in great sturdy condition, it was painted in some type of milky white coating it was alm ...

CourtyardMaker
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We have a small courtyard and needed a storage to put all the garden tools and pots, this is the only space where we hang out the laundry, in order ...

ReneeandJesse
New Contributor
January

That’s awesome! So creative!

rubytuesday1953
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4 weeks ago

I love it !!!! Well done @rubytuesday1953

DanaR
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Just finished my second furniture upcycle! I found this buffet on the side of the road dumped and a little worse for wear. I believed it had good bone ...

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Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
June

That is a big difference @Nham , very nice. I like how the handles and diamond stand out and still compliment what you have done.Stuart.

Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
May

Thank you @MitchellMc , I will boldly go forth into the Drive-through and select the finest pieces of timber for my next project. Cheers,Stuart

Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
2 replies
May

What is the process of going through the Bunnings Drive Through Timber section? Do you just drive in, pick up what you need and drive through a checko ...

Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
May

Hi @kiazeb I used Cabots Merbau water based stain to darken the orange colour and ended up with a dark terracotta shade. Neither product gave me the ...

Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
April

Hey @Nham , That is a nice little recycle job with a big impact, love it. The thick chunks of pine for the top works well. Stuart.

Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
March

Hi @J-TAC I had thought about doing this down the side of my place but might just end up creating a dry creek bed instead.Regarding your question it w ...

Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
March

Hey @jjz sorry to see your plant is so sick. From your photo those bugs are Thrips and they are nasty sap suckers who spread plant virus and fungi as ...

Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
February

Hey @JoeAzza Nice job! You took my simple stand to the next level and I tip my hat to you. Showing the difference in temperature is a real eye opener. ...

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