What can I make out of this?

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I would like to use it for something.
q what can i make out of this, crafts, diy, pallet, repurposing upcycling
q what can i make out of this, crafts, diy, pallet, repurposing upcycling
q what can i make out of this, crafts, diy, pallet, repurposing upcycling
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  • Gabe Gabe on Nov 08, 2015
    The possibilities are endless, I suggest you dissassemble the pallets first and see how much useable wood you have left over then hit Google for pallet projects and Voila!!! Good luck and keep us posted
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Nov 08, 2015
    Go right here on hometalk ,there is a whole section of ideas under pallets.
  • Louise Adkins Louise Adkins on Nov 08, 2015
    1. Just as it is=shelf to mount on the wall. Paint, stain, distress...the finish could be whatever you like. 2. You could add wood pieces (depending on how wide the spacing is) to the bottom/back to make it more solid and still use as a shelf, or add handles to the two sides and you have a tray. Or place rollers on the back side and leave it on the floor for magazines, books, toys... Just a few thoughts...
  • Brenda Scott-Montero Brenda Scott-Montero on Nov 08, 2015
    All great ideas thanks!!!
  • Sandra Sandra on Nov 08, 2015
    Well, if you have a traveling dog, this is my idea for you...a dog seat. I made one for our dog. It's very easy. Here's how. Get two pieces of heavy styrofoam sheet that fits the top and bottom. Put quilt batting on the styrofoam. Maybe a couple of sheets on top. I used hot glue for this. Then attach the styrofoam sheet with maybe M6000. After its dry measure it so you can make a simple cover with cotton fabric. I bought quilted fabric to add a bit more padding. So, I covered the square, and at the back top seam added a piece of the quilted fabric. Before you cut it measure, adding a half inch for seam allowance to the bottom where you will sew it into the seat cover, from the seat to the head rest. Add about 3 inches past the head rest. So now you have a rectangular piece of fabric that needs to be cut into a rounded arch with a hole a bit wider than the base on your head rest ((the area where your head rest fits intomthemseat) with the bottom that is sewn into the seam where the seat fits into. I hope you can follow my not very good instructions. Before you sew the back seat piece into the seam of the seat, use seam binding around the back seat piece and around the hole. Then start sewing it all together. I made the front panel of the seat cover so it is a flap. I sewed heavy duty Velcro on the flap and under the seat cover so the seat can be put into the cover and held on tightly. Once you have it put together. Now thake the head rest off and slip the cut out area over the base of the head rest and return the head rest to its place. There you have it -- a dog seat. It will raise a small dog so it can see out of the window. We use the seat belt through the harness we bought at PetCo. I saw this online and it cost $85 dollars. I made it for the cost of the fabric and batting. Maybe $25.00. We had old yard signs for our favorite candidate so we used them instead of buying styrofoam. It worked great. The cover comes off to wash. Our dog loves,it.
  • Cindy Dore Cindy Dore on Nov 09, 2015
    I made one of these into a cute stuffed animal "zoo" (holder) for my grandson. Paint it to match or contrast the room, mount with the slats facing out, and fill it with small animals! I added wooden letters and some animal cutouts to the front.
  • Fab and Pretty Fab and Pretty on Nov 09, 2015
    the last image makes me wonder how it would look stained and on a wall with the right piece of framed art within it?
  • Tsa Mgn Tsa Mgn on Nov 09, 2015
    Make a great Shadow Box????
  • Cindy Cindy on Nov 11, 2015
    put a family photo or art in it or make into a mirror or add shelves inside of it
  • STYLEITCHIC STYLEITCHIC on Nov 12, 2015
    You can make a very nice bookshelf, you can see some ideas at http://styleitchic.blogspot.gr/2011/06/cheap-design.html
  • STYLEITCHIC STYLEITCHIC on Nov 12, 2015
    You can make a very nice bookshelf, you can see some ideas at http://styleitchic.blogspot.gr/2011/06/cheap-design.html
  • Jbe2623618 Jbe2623618 on Nov 12, 2015
    Paint it a bright color.... if you like bright ... bold color... then put in a huge clock.... you could put it on either side....it would really pop!!!
  • Cynthia H Cynthia H on Nov 14, 2015
    Search pallet here on Hometalk and you will find some amazing uses! For example here's a cute idea I've seen: http://www.hometalk.com/6610281/pallet-console-table
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