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DIY Pallet Christmas Tree + Tutorial

These Christmas pallet trees are a quick and simple way to dress up your front porch for the holidays. Add lights or ornaments to make your tree more festive.
Time: 2 Hours Difficulty: Easy
DIY Pallet Christmas Tree
Cut your boards to desired length. Mine where cut at 19.5", 17",14.5 ", 12", 9.5", 7", and 4.5".
Lay your boards out and cut another board for the "trunk".
After painting the boards, lay the "trunk" down on the boards to get the spacing you want.
Pre drill holes and screw the boards to the "trunk". Use 2 screws per board.
To make your base, cut (2) 3.5" boards and (1) 10" board. Use a Kreg jig to make pocket holes in the 3.5" boards. .Screw your 3.5" to the sides of the 10" boards.
Attach the base to your "trunk" with brad nails. Enjoy!

To see more: http://www.fortledbetter.com/diy-pallet-christmas-tree-tutorial/

Ask the creator about this project

  • Homeroad
    Homeroad Huntington, NY
    on Nov 14, 2013

    I made one myself... I love yours and I love the base, I hadn't figured out how mine was going to stand yet :)

    • Fort Ledbetter
      Fort Ledbetter Asheboro, NC
      on Nov 15, 2013

      @Homeroad Thank you! My husband told me to sit it against something but I was determined to have it stand.

  • Chris aka monkey
    Chris aka monkey Mount Pleasant, TN
    on Nov 15, 2013

    this is adorable....making one sat.xx

  • Carol L
    Carol L Moores Hill, IN
    on Nov 15, 2013

    This is really cute! Thank you for sharing such a great idea! I too would rather have a stand for it. Looks great!

  • Simply Vintageous...by Suzan
    Simply Vintageous...by Suzan Canada
    on Nov 15, 2013

    I made a ton of these last year ( Christmas gifts ) but I never thought to put a stand on the bottom!!! What a great idea :) Thanks for sharing

  • Feral Turtle
    Feral Turtle Canada
    on Nov 15, 2013

    Great use of pallets!! Looks great!

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