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Wow, this looks fantastic @LePallet. Many thanks for sharing. You obviously have some terrific skills and creativity.
Great to have you join the Workshop community. Let me extend a very warm welcome. I'm looking forward to seeing more of your projects and having you join in the discussions.
Please let me know if you ever need a hand getting the most from the site. I'm sure that you will find as you browse the discussions and gallery that there is plenty of helpful advice and inspiration for future projects.
this is very impressive!
Hey @LePallet good too see you joined up mate 👍🏻 Nice bench seat, storage planter box.
Thanks a lot for the welcome @Jason, what a great little page this is, it's also nice to see other peoples projects.
Thanks for the invite @Yorky88, next year will be a better year for me as I recover from a back injury
That looks amazing!! Made from pallets!! Gee I wish I could do that. Great job
Welcome to Workshop and many thanks for joining in the discussion. This site is all about informing, inspiring and encouraging each other, so I'm sure @LePallet would be happy to give you some tips for getting started on D.I.Y. pallet projects so you can build up your own skills. There's also some handy hints here - Your woodworking tips.
Please let me know if you ever need a hand getting the most from the site.
Much appreciated @robyn2202
workimh with pallets is fun and can be easy, depending on what project you tackle.
One tip I would like to share is making sure each plank is straight and not bowed as the majority of them are. As I don't have a lot of power tools that would make my life so much easier such as a table saw, or a Planer/Thickner, I do my best all the planks match up and give it a real good sand back.
good luck and give it a go.
Thanks again for sharing this project. It's currently being featured on the Bunnings website.
You might like to provide a little more detail for visitors who are inspired by your work and might like to build something similar. How did you go about building it? What tools and materials did you use?
Oh awesome @Jason,happy about that
i will find some time to write up about it shortly, Just on these comments ??
Great, thanks @LePallet.
You can post it here in the comments or create a new discussion on the Outdoor living board and we can link to it.
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