Beachy Pallet Artwork #beach #pallet


Its finally been warm enough where I could get outside and dismantle some pallets (don't worry..its snowing again; I knew it was too good to be true) So I threw together some Pallet signs and painted them in some Beach style..I seem to be dreaming about the beach a lot lately...LOL

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  • Anja Buchloh
    on Jun 4, 2019

    What kind of colors and which technique did you use for this beached out look?

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  • Adele Byron
    on Aug 8, 2016

    I like the faded colours you have chosen

  • Toni
    on Aug 9, 2019

    I'd use White and A Sea Foam type color.


    Two ways...clean or dirty? Lol. I'm a perfectionist freak when it comes to paint...so I know how to get the clean version of this done without a problem! 🤦🏼‍♀️ Paint 2 white, and 2 light blue...lightly sand to lighten the colors slightly. For a cleaner look, leave it. It looks like the OP painted all boards white then spread a bit of blue, and gray around for a more complex look. I love Nautical, good job!

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