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ChrisLowe1
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Patience and hard work paid of with my very own dream 3x1x1 bachelor pad. Double brick with a garden and shed. Small but with interesting spaces and ...

Bundaboy
Experienced Contributor
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Just a small set of drawers made for a friend out of Bunnings' premium pine:

Kanga42
Budding Contributor
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Hi My first request on WS. I have just bought a really nice leather lounge for a steal on "Treeplace" It has a small tear in it which is part of the r ...

yurbert
New Contributor
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Looking for cheap materials to make a bed frame for a futon mattress. Was looking into timber and thought timber decking is super cheap, does anyone h ...

Arcc
Junior Contributor
30 replies

Needing to organise and store my powertools I undertook this little project. Built almost entirely from wood repurposed from crates and pallets it was ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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As I'm nearing the end of our backyard games room project, I had an eclectic assortment of items in my basket during my long weekend trip to Bunnings. ...

Super66
Established Contributor
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I had the privilege of making this 1.2mX1.2m timber case,with led lighting and made a plaque from slate laser engraved words, for this beautiful ship ...

dean
Junior Contributor
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This is my latest creation, again created with spotted gum. I have left this one a little more rustic, leaving some bumps and inconsistencies. Once we ...

Arcc
Junior Contributor
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Preparing the wood. Clamping to try and straighten it as much as possible.Adding extra weight to the clamps. Then off to south africa for a 6 week hol ...

rovergunn
New Contributor
7 replies

I do some playing around with old pallets have made a blanket box ,stand for the bathroom ,Hall way coat hanger, out door BBQ table and seat, Garden w ...

MissionIsta
New Contributor
2 replies

Hi All, I pulled these off the kerb in Melbourne and just love how they came out. Merely stripped the top and restained, and cleaned up the rest. Wh ...

sarahdawn
Budding Browser
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Hi All, I am a newbie to the platform and am seeking some experienced advice on how to lighten and restore these beautiful parking dining chairs. I w ...

MitchellM
Experienced Contributor
11 replies

Break up crayons and lay them in the groove, melt with a heat gun.Scrap back excess so, crayon layer is flush with surface.Sand with orbital sander, t ...

petrolhead
Budding Contributor
12 replies

He’s a walk-through of what we have progressed to in the build of this man cave/sleepout/shed garage.

redstar
New Contributor
4 replies

Hi, I just broke this set of wire drawers. Can anyone recommend the best way to fix it? I'm thinking glue, but what would be the best one to get? It d ...

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