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Does the signage come as part of a kit, or are you cleverer than you look? :mrgreen: :wink:

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ayjay wrote:
Does the signage come as part of a kit, or are you cleverer than you look? :mrgreen: :wink:


KIt ? Fooking kit ?

Perspex. Sticky backed plastic... and a sharp scalpel.

I'm obviously cleverer than I look... :mrgreen:


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I'm half expecting you to be on the local or national TV news shortly.

Then we'll actually get to see if you're 'cleverer than you look' - I have odd's on you looking like a Cyborg :lol:

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Wow!! sh*t hot work wine-o!! That looks amazing!
A lot of work has went into that,well done mate :salute:


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Just caught up on this thread, well done Wino you made an excellent job of that. You could probably have a good side line in making those but I guess it would not pay back in time and materials.

I wonder if there is a market for a screen type version for a kids room. (like this type of thing https://www.wallpaperdirect.com/product ... ent=Brands)

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You could start a club, like "the mile high club" but it would need a catchy name like "You've been knickered" and if all goes well the light comes on!!!

Good job mate.



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wine~o wrote:
Fook has it really been that long ? or have I been trapped in some sort of time warp...

Almost finished DWD... :roll:

Anyway here is the (almost finished) project...

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Sooo what do we think peeps ? Edit OBVIOUSLY Bob 225 was right.
Should be plenty of room in there!

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I've only just seen this, and gone from page one to the end of the thread so not read it all, and I believe that correct answer has already been posted, but my guess is that it is a paint sieve for Dulux paints...

Can't be far off the mark...!



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stevewestern wrote:
my guess is that it is a paint sieve for Dulux paints...

Can't be far off the mark...!


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I've only just seen this, and gone from page one to the end of the thread so not read it all, and I believe that correct answer has already been posted, but my guess is that it is a paint sieve for Dulux paints...

Can't be far off the mark...!



Page 4 is the reveal...

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wine~o wrote:
stevewestern wrote:
I've only just seen this, and gone from page one to the end of the thread so not read it all, and I believe that correct answer has already been posted, but my guess is that it is a paint sieve for Dulux paints...

Can't be far off the mark...!



Page 4 is the reveal...


Fantastic job, and a great thread wino-o (my keyboard is a strange foreign knock-off and doesn't have that wobbly thing..)



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Fantastic job, and a great thread wino-o (my keyboard is a strange foreign knock-off and doesn't have that wobbly thing..)


Thankyou for your comment.

try shift and # should get ~

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wine~o wrote:
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Fantastic job, and a great thread wino-o (my keyboard is a strange foreign knock-off and doesn't have that wobbly thing..)


Thankyou for your comment.

try shift and # should get ~


I don't have the hash tag thing either..


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Although its "well done wine~O" did you know you can buy a TARDIS (full or half size) ? Don't know how much but they also sell Daleks, they are around £4k Dalek Tardis

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