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Snowman Family – Hollychristine sur Etsy - articles vendus. New Seaside. Terrell Powell Studio. Personalized Vintage Beach Signs. Pallet Signs. Ever heard of the saying "Pinterest made me do it? " Well, I feel like Devin and I both have been craving a good wood pallet project! A few weeks ago I received a text from a friend that said she was landscaping her backyard and needed to get rid of all the pallets the landscaping company left. She had over 40 pallets! I took them graciously.  First we took them apart. After taking apart the pallet, we separated the planks of wood into piles. Once they were ready to be to finalized, I laid 2 pieces of wood on the back to fasten the sign.

The planks of wood on the back of the pallet stuck out about 5 inches, so I used a miter saw to cut the wood to size. Here is a finished pallet (30" x 34"), before we started stenciling and painting. Remove the top plastic and set on wood. Once you have your entire stencil (vinyl) in place, get your paint ready.  Here is my finished product.  Here is Devin's finished pallet sign.  Here is Caitlin's finished pallet sign.  This was a great project! Pallets 101 - One Project Closer. Just call me Professor Jocie because you are about to get schooled in deconstructing wood pallets and making pallet signs. LOL! Okay, maybe not “schooled”… in response to some reader requests, I wanted to share with you my tips and tricks for pallet signs. The truth is, I spent MANY frustrating hours trying to deconstruct wood pallets and ended up damaging the wood despite all that effort!

So, I turned to Ethan (my master of the tools) for some help. He suggested using a few power tools that would make it much easier, quicker, and less destructive of the wood. The Video Tutorial My hope is that this video will demonstrate and teach our technique for deconstructing pallets and building pallet signs. For more details, tips and pix, you can also follow along below. Making Pallet Signs from One Project Closer on Vimeo. Deconstructing Wood Pallets Materials Needed Reciprocating SawWood Pallet Okay, so my materials list was very short, but let me tell you about it. Where to Look for Pallets. Mini Pallet Valentine's Day Art. Love To Sail - Driftwood Art - Driftwood. An old driftwood plank, a vintage map, a hand made ceramic boat and fish are all creatively layered together resulting in the highly individual 'Love to Sail' piece of driftwood art by Shirley Vauvelle. Shirley has a passion for texture and colour - using mark making to emboss the fish and then glaze with layers of colour.

Her inspiration comes from her love of the coast, country walks with her dog and the fun of creating objects that are a little bit different and quirky. She likes the idea of layering texture and colour to create pieces that are highly individual and totally unique. dimensions Height: 36cmWidth: 11cmDepth: 3cmComplete with hook on the back. Distressed Eat Sign. As you know, I was a contestant in Round Two of Crafting with the Stars. Did you vote for this project? :) I still don’t know if I’ve made it to the next round as the polls closed right before I posted this. The theme for the second round was “paint” and we could pretty much do whatever we wanted!

My first thought was to redo this bookshelf that I have, but it wasn’t really floatin’ my boat, if you know what I mean. Then I suggested to Amy, my fabulous star partner from Mod Podge Rocks, that I use some of the totally cool glitter paint she sent me. She liked the idea, but thought it better to leave that for a different day. UPDATE: Because so many people have asked, I have decided to list my Eat Sign on Etsy. Pier 1 coat hook rack – taken on cell phone, sorry it’s so crappy So I showed Amy a picture I snapped on my cell phone about a week ago of the HOME sign you see above.

I was a bit nervous to say the least. Now that I had my idea, I needed a canvas. The colors I used were: T = Aqua. Palletpalooza and a Giveaway Winner | The Rooster and The Hen. Hosting our first giveaway was so much fun that we’re already talking about what to do for the next one. Thanks to everyone who participated by following our blog through GFC, Twitter, Facebook, or by adding our blog button, we sure appreciate all your support!

The gurus over at drew out #64, Mallory. Congratulations! Send us an email with your high quality photograph and Whitney will get to work transforming it into a colored pencil drawing. If you are anything like us, setting up Christmas has taken much longer then it should have. Today’s project is somewhat of a teaser as it’s part of something larger. It’s no surprise that we love pallet projects. It’s rather simple really. I cut it 32″ x 18″ using the table saw. And voila, in just 15 minutes I was done with my contribution on the project and passed the painting off to Whitney to finish up while I cleaned up the mess that seems to follow any wood cutting project. Update: Want to see how the porch turns out? Beach Signs...Coastal Art...Wedding Signs by MangoSeed.

Easter Pallet Art. Driftwood Art - Beautifully Painted Beach Huts, Fish & Harbour Scenes. Making an "Antique" Sign. Ecofriendly Art Made with Love from Salvaged by recycledartco. Driftwood Dreaming | Unique handmade coastal creations made from driftwood and mixed media. Custom made to for you by craftsbydaniellelee. Colors on Canvas by colorsoncanvas. Bij Ilona. Gisteren was het dan eindelijk zover, pakjesavond. We hadden met de kinderen lootje getrokken, dat betekende dus niet meer zonder kloppen een kamer oplopen. Heel geheimzinnig allemaal. s 'Middags hadden we lekker cakejes gebakken. En Sinterklaas had toch ook nog wat kleine pakjes gebracht.Deze bleken we te moeten winnen met een dobbelspel. Mijn dochter had voor mij deze vaas met prachtige bloemen gemaakt.

En dit was mijn winst na het dobbelspel, ook helemaal leuk! Vandaag is een beetje mijn weekend, dus daar geniet ik even lekker van. Heerlijk binnen op de bank met de kaarsjes aan, terwijl het buiten lekker door stormt. Ik wens jullie een fijn weekend! Groetjes, Ilona. Scrap Wood American Flag. I am always late to the holiday decorating game...if I show up at all... Don't get me wrong I would love to do more holiday themed crafts, I just seem to never have enough time! So, even though the 4th of July is only a couple of days away, it is not here yet! Muaha ha ha ha (maniacal laugh) I am not late! Ok, so yes. I wasn't actually planning to make this. Don't you just love spur of the moment projects? Several weeks back, I grabbed this wood and just decided I had to do something with it.

I loved how the ends were just broken off and I started laying them out to see how I wanted to put them together. I decided to do one ragged end and one cut end. Until today... I have been seeing lots and lots of cute flags around the past week in link parties and when I saw one this morning I knew I had to make one. I taped off a corner for the stars. Everything was great. The blue had totally seeped under them. Thanks for stopping by! Hugs, Mindi. Whimsical Houses. It seems that houses have been coming up a lot in my artwork of late. Could it be something to do with family moving? My daughter moved not long ago and in two more weeks we will be moving my parents in to a bungalow. Home has always been the best place for me to be. No matter where I have lived, and I have lived in many places in my life time, I have always made the house my home, my sanctuary.

How about you? My husband had some scrap wood so I asked him to cut some wonky edges and make me some houses, and this is what the finished product looks like. I have used my own stamps carved from rubber on these, which I learned about in Kate Krane's class at 21 Secrets workshops, along with other stamps, paints, papers etc. You can see one of my rustic little stamps in this photograph below. I used it on this piece of cardboard art in Kate's Journal Soup class. Here is another cute piece I did in Kate's class too, made on an old piece of cardboard. I enjoyed this class very much. Over 50 Creative Scrap Wood Projects to Make. PB Inspired Rustic Colonial American Flag. I have always had a soft spot for Americana decor. When I came across the great big American flag in the Pottery Barn catalog I was immediately drawn to it.

So were several other crafty bloggers, it’s probably one of the most popular PB knock offs I’ve seen yet! I have known for a while I wanted to make it, but procrastination always seems to get the better of me. Believe it or not, it was my husband’s nagging encouragement that finally got me to to the craft table to get this project started. Shortly after Memorial Day we purchased a new screen door and needed some thin wood to use as spacer/shim type material.

The next day I was looking through the kitchen window and noticed my husband had put the rest of the bundle into our fire pit! Over the next few weeks I began to see more and more flag knock off projects popping up everywhere. Here's the original Pottery Barn flag which sells for $129 And here are several knock offs I’ve seen: At Home with K Pardon the confusion here. Pretty cool! FREE Airplane Wall Art. SNS 178 - reclaimed wood projects. Welcome to Saturday Nite Special, the multi themed DIY link party! * Home Decor / Gardening * Crafts, / Sewing / Recipes / Printables / Blog tips * Theme of the week Every Fri 7pm to Sunday 11 pm Pacific.You are about to get overwhelmed in the most wonderful of ways. If you have non idea what to do with reclaimed wood, this party will convince you otherwise.There is just nothing cooler or more authentically old looking than working with old wood from the getgo.From the above thumbnails:1. Cedar Plank Headboard – You Could Make That2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

This is my All About Pallet Wood post that will guide you on how to choose the safest reclaimed wood. Here’s Funky Junk Interiors’ complete collection of reclaimed wood projects And here’s an amazing reclaimed wood DIY collection that’s located in one clipboard right from Hometalk. visit direct HERE Got any cool reclaimed wood projects to share? Link them up in this weekend’s 3rd themed linkup! Upcoming themes to be announced 1. 2. 3. ~thrifty thursday~{how to make pallet picture frames}

DIY: Pallet Frame | recreative works blog. My apartment walls are full of cool art prints but I’m getting tired of the same boring frames. I decided to use the wood from an old pallet I found to make a rustic frame. This project requires a few power tools and saws, so I got a little help from my handyman boyfriend and his dad. What you’ll need:PalletJigsawTable sawMitre SawWood gluePlexiglassMetal rulerSharp utility knifeStaple gun4 push points Picture hanging hooksPiece of cardboard 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Tableau Déco en planches | | Au fil de l'eau - Bois flotté. Un tableau Déco avec des planches, mais pas n’importe quelles planches… des vieilles planches grisées par le temps.Qui n’a pas au fond du jardin ou dans son garage une palette ou des planches oubliées et inutiles . Un tutoriel à la portée de beaucoup d’entres vous et très facile faire et une fois terminé vous pourrez accrocher dans votre intérieur un objet tendance. Je remercie Anne marie Hage (Aquarelliste) pour la réalisation de la peinture de ce coquelicots. Etape 1: - Récupérer des planches si possible de la même épaisseur , vieilles et grisées naturellement par le temps elles auront plus de charme et accentueront l’authenticité de votre tableau. - Mesurer et couper toutes vos planches à la même dimension, ne pas hésiter à poncer les extrémités une fois sciées.

Etape 2: - Je dispose côte à côte mes planches et je mesure la largeur de mon tableau, (ces mesures serviront à découper les planches transversales qui viendront se fixer à l’arrière du tableau ). Etape 3: Bonne création! DIY Pallet Frame {Poster Size} - Spoonful of Imagination. I have been wanting a rustic, vintage United States map for in our home. We love to travel and are constantly talking about different states and who lives there, what grows there, what its known for, etc.

It would make it so easy to be able to point the states out to our kids as we talk. I found this cool map for $5 and was pumped. I knew I wanted to make a cool frame to go with its look, and so once I got my Ryobi Sliding Compound Miter saw to review, I knew it was the perfect project to try it out on. You can read all about what I think of my new saw here. My first step was to pick four pieces of wood from our pile of old collected wood.

I chose four pallet pieces that I loved. I laid them out around my poster to measure how much they needed cut. Next, I rotated my saw to make 45 degree angles. I also used a pencil and drew a line for the direction of the angle each piece would need to be cut. I did one board at a time and went around clockwise till my whole frame was completed. Un tableau en relief « Zen » | | Au fil de l'eau - Bois flotté. Fournitures: - Une planche de 20 / 70 cm de large minimum - Plaque de médium - Petits galets et bois flotté - Vis et crochet rond - Papier verre fin - Colle à bois - Colle néoprène - Scie sauteuse -Tournevis Etape 1: - Nettoyer votre planche si besoin est. - Dessiner au feutre le contour intérieur de votre cadre sur la planche Etape 2: - Découper à la scie sauteuse votre cadre en suivant le trait.

Astuce: Pour démarrer votre découpe percer au centre un trou de la largeur de votre lame de scie - Une fois votre cadre découpé, poncer au papier verre les bords, l’aspect sera plus net. Etape 3: Je prépare l’arrière de mon cadre - Tracer au feutre à présent le contour de votre cadre sur la plaque de médium. - Découper votre médium en suivant le trait. - Retourner votre cadre et poser le médium dessus pour le visser par l’arrière à intervalle régulier. Etape 4: Je colle mes éléments déco à l’intérieur. - Je divise mon cadre en trois parties (pas besoin qu’elles soient égales) Etape 5: Bonne création à tous! Palletary. 1001 Pallets, The place for repurposed pallets ideas !

P... God Save The Pallet! Reclaimed Pallets Revamped. Used in the shipping industry, wood pallets are typically a low end commodity. Usually, pallets will get reused a few times and then they will either be scrapped as trash or used as firewood. Most often made from inexpensive junk species of lumber (whatever is most widely available), wood pallets are the perfect candidate for upcycling. Check out these creative examples of upcycled pallets and I think you'll agree! DIY garden pallet fence (above and below) from Camelot Art CreationsA great way to hide trash cans or air conditioning units! Painted wood wall art by Inspired by Charm Pallet headboard Wonderful wine storage in the kitchen pallet stairs lead to loft On a final note: A word about safety and wood pallets Be advised that some pallets are chemically treated and could actually be hazardous to your health.

What's your favorite pallet upcycle? Pin this post! Enjoy your day! Love, Laura. Handmade, reclaimed wood, upcycled wood, pallets, wall works, home decor, interior decor, art, creative, wood board, pallet board, reclaimed pallet wood, hand cut, wooden hearts, pallet hearts, job security, support local, authentic, local creatives. Rustic Handmade and Reclaimed Home & Garden by SoPurdyCreations. 27 Cool Kids Room Decor Ideas That You Can Do By Yourself. Word to the Wise. San Francisco Bay Area - Turn a Wooden Pallet Into Unique Photo Frames. Hart, steigerhout | coeurs - love. Inspirational Wall Art Ideas | Decozilla. Make Wood Pallet Wall Art. Pinterest. Wooden Pallet Wall Art. Pinterest. 231 Blog: CUSTOM DIY PALLET ART FOR A COUPLE OF BEER DRINKING DOG LOVERS. Wooden Pallet Wall Art | Modern Home Interior DesignModern Home Interior Design.

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