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MitchellM
Experienced Contributor
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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 ...

timdawg
Budding Contributor
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hey guys i'm tim and i thought there's no better way of introducing myself to workshop than by sharing one of my projects so here it is... i came ac ...

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. ...

Adam_W
Super Contributor
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Looking forward to the first issue FREE in Bunnings Warehouses from this weekend.And yes... proud to say I've been working with the team to create som ...

butters
Frequent Browser
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We have just built our first home and we have two study nooks which need a couple of desks. We are hoping to have some floating desks built and ideal ...

ProjectPete
Valued Contributor

I turned a pretty drab looking steel frame, glass panel shelf into something more raw and beautiful with a bit of DIY over the Xmas/NY break For me, ...

ChristineL
New Contributor
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Hi everyone!We've inherited an old children's desk and it's become our first little restoration project (alongside our kitchen reno, because we insist ...

mpaget
New Contributor
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Hi all, I'm currently making a trampoline hanging bed but am at a loss as to how I join ropes to tree. Their will be 8 separate ropes making a cone sh ...

Tara86
Established Contributor
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Finally got sick of my 3 kids dumping their bags, shoes etc at the front door every night! Not to mention the ninja like moves we’d recreate while ent ...

Fangles
Budding Contributor
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I'm going to be building a big workbench for my office and am unsure of what timber I should be using for the Apron and was needing some advice. Th ...

Trusted Supplier Loctite
Trusted Supplier
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Kintsuglue is a new moldable putty that can be used to repair, reconstruct, enhance and protect. The putty has many applications, including repairing ...

Peakn
Budding Browser
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I have salvaged an old table my partner liked, and painted it with a water based paint that she aquired because she liked the colour. Can i put a wate ...

Fitzie
Regular Browser
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As a Carpenter's daughter I was brought up with wood shavings in my hair and the perfume of fresh wood... Spent many hours just watching my Dad chisel ...

Yorky88
Super Contributor

I had a request from a camp that has booked th campsite that I manage. They would like a lectern. So of course I was happy to ablige Here are some pi ...

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 ...

woodalwaysworks
Established Contributor
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Bi fold doors made and fiited. Decor trim to be made. Finished product Independent freestanding frame. A long alcove in a large entancewa ...

Sporky
Established Contributor
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Hi guys,I need some help with this particular project.I have a large piece of glass that is the tabletop for our dining room table. Unfortunately when ...

Mjay
Budding Contributor
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AfterA old school desk that was given to me that I have restored. The top of the desk was replaced as it was badly damaged

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager

Workshop community update #89 Hi all, “Possibly the greatest thing about D.I.Y. for me is learning something new,” says Roy Quinsey in our rece ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Workshop community update #88 Hi all, It’s a privilege to chat to Workshop community members and share their amazing stories. It’s fantastic to ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager

Workshop community update #87 Hi all, Workshop members this week have been discussing their biggest challenges when it comes to home improvem ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Workshop community update #76 Hi all, New Workshop member @LePallet has very quickly built serious cred in the Workshop community. The talented ...

Wendy_S
Junior Contributor
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Does anyone have any experience with using dark tea or coffee to intensify the color of hardwood?

KGriff1
New Contributor
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We had a bit of a wine surplus and wanted a quick and cheap way to store them. I know they should be at an angle but they shouldn’t be there for too l ...