You guys, I am SO EXCITED to be sharing (you guessed it) another pallet project! I’ve mentioned before that I love creating meaningful and inexpensive art and what better way to do that then with pallets. My son is obsessed with all things trucks and tractors, so it was a no-brainer to create custom truck art for his room.
Lately, I’ve been cutting pallets with a circular saw to avoid prying them apart, but that meant I was missing out on the rustic look of the nail holes. Do you know how hard it is to pry pallets apart and not split the boards? Trust me, it’s hard. So, you can image my surprise when 3 long pallet boards showed up at my house. (Thanks, Mom!) I knew right away they would be perfect to create rustic art for Owen’s room.
I started by cutting the pallet boards down into 9 equal pieces. Then, cut 6, 1×1/2 inch boards into smaller pieces to attach to the pallets.
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