Fort Ledbetter
Fort Ledbetter
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  • Asheboro, NC

DIY Pallet Christmas Tree + Tutorial

2 Hours
Easy

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.
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DIY Pallet Christmas Tree
diy pallet christmas tree tutorial, christmas decorations, pallet, repurposing upcycling, seasonal holiday decor, Cut your boards to desired length Mine where cut at 19 5 17 14 5 12 9 5 7 and 4 5
Cut your boards to desired length. Mine where cut at 19.5", 17",14.5 ", 12", 9.5", 7", and 4.5".
diy pallet christmas tree tutorial, christmas decorations, pallet, repurposing upcycling, seasonal holiday decor, Lay your boards out and cut another board for the trunk
Lay your boards out and cut another board for the "trunk".
diy pallet christmas tree tutorial, christmas decorations, pallet, repurposing upcycling, seasonal holiday decor, After painting the boards lay the trunk down on the boards to get the spacing you want
After painting the boards, lay the "trunk" down on the boards to get the spacing you want.
diy pallet christmas tree tutorial, christmas decorations, pallet, repurposing upcycling, seasonal holiday decor, Pre drill holes and screw the boards to the trunk Use 2 screws per board
Pre drill holes and screw the boards to the "trunk". Use 2 screws per board.
diy pallet christmas tree tutorial, christmas decorations, pallet, repurposing upcycling, seasonal holiday decor, 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
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.
diy pallet christmas tree tutorial, christmas decorations, pallet, repurposing upcycling, seasonal holiday decor, Attach the base to your trunk with brad nails Enjoy
Attach the base to your "trunk" with brad nails. Enjoy!
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  • Kat Ja
    on Dec 20, 2015

    Made this one a few years ago and still love it!!

    • Jackie Falletti
      on Oct 29, 2016

      I like your trees especially the wooden one, no painting involved. Nice job, thank you for sharing.

  • Rachelmary
    on Mar 4, 2016

    Could use this in a room , lots and lots of ideas for one of these trees, so simple , but!

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