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Stuardo
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a month ago

Hi @Casa ,The sliding doors already had window tint on them but may not have been the best ones for keeping out the heat. I ended up building a pergol ...

Stuardo
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a month ago

Hi @sam_oli_build Great job! That table looks like it will be around for years and you boys can say "We made that".The satisfaction of Doing It Yourse ...

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a month ago

Hi @kashgenius , I would love to have a fish pond like that but I guess they take a lot of work to maintain.If you want a garden or vegie bed you coul ...

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a month ago

Hi @sandymandy ,Sounds like a fun project and terrazzo is a great look. Could you try a water based glue (or something sticky) inside your mold and sc ...

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Hi Workshop, I have 2 climbing roses training up the posts of my pergola and they are growing very well. I bought them very small as 2 yellow banksia ...

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September

HI @rattle There's a saying, "a thing of beauty is a joy forever" I think we all experience that when we DIY something that turns out great and is wel ...

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September

@Abhijit Most of the paving area was level with just a slight fall out from the door as expected for drainage. I used offcuts of the framingtimber at ...

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March

Looks great @Tara86. At first I thought it was a solid piece of timber, then I read the title and saw the 3rd picture. Love it.

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JDE
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Friday

Wow you guys make me exhausted just reading your lists. Personally I have just finished doing a reno on granny's laundry. This year I need to finish m ...

WAM
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My Step-daughter was getting married last February and I wanted to contribute without getting in the way of her father. I came up with the idea of bui ...

MitchellM
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2 weeks ago

@WAM Amazing work! All from an apartment carpark, this is what true DIY is about, challenging adversity to get the job done. You certainly achieved a ...

prettyliving
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    Our laundry was pretty basic with just a standard trough and no storage. We wanted to make it more practical but had a very small budget. So we ...

Adam_W
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Hi all & happy new DECADE!Well everything with our reno has slowed down a of late... damn you beastly budgets... but I've been fiddling away with a fe ...

mich1972
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November

Raising Bee Awareness , a Group Of Ladies had a great time creating and making their own Native Bee and Pollinator Houses for their gardens  and so ...

gippslandhome
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a month ago

Absolute ripper job from two young budding DIY'RS. I'm an absolute believer is starting them young, so that our next generation can continue on learni ...

JRRed
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When I bought my house there was no way (except from the laundry) to enjoy the back of my house and the view over the national park. It was north fac ...

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Stuardo
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a month ago

Hi @Casa ,The sliding doors already had window tint on them but may not have been the best ones for keeping out the heat. I ended up building a pergol ...

Stuardo
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a month ago

Hi @sam_oli_build Great job! That table looks like it will be around for years and you boys can say "We made that".The satisfaction of Doing It Yourse ...

Stuardo
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2 replies
a month ago

Hi @kashgenius , I would love to have a fish pond like that but I guess they take a lot of work to maintain.If you want a garden or vegie bed you coul ...

Stuardo
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1 reply
a month ago

Hi @sandymandy ,Sounds like a fun project and terrazzo is a great look. Could you try a water based glue (or something sticky) inside your mold and sc ...

Stuardo
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3 replies

Hi Workshop, I have 2 climbing roses training up the posts of my pergola and they are growing very well. I bought them very small as 2 yellow banksia ...

Stuardo
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September

HI @rattle There's a saying, "a thing of beauty is a joy forever" I think we all experience that when we DIY something that turns out great and is wel ...

Stuardo
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1 reply
September

@Abhijit Most of the paving area was level with just a slight fall out from the door as expected for drainage. I used offcuts of the framingtimber at ...

Stuardo
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March

Looks great @Tara86. At first I thought it was a solid piece of timber, then I read the title and saw the 3rd picture. Love it.

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