Vintage Wall Hanging Using Scrap Wood or Pallet Boards

7 Materials
$12
2 Hours
Easy

Here is a Vintage Wall Hanging with a flower pocket that I recently made. The greenery can be changed out with the season's and holidays. I originally planned on putting it on my porch but I want to admire it for a bit in my living room! Check out how I put it together.

These are the materials I used, plus some pallet boards!

Here are the pallet boards I used. Depending on how long you want them you may not need to cut them.

I attached the boards together on the back using 3 scrap pieces.

Then I placed some vinyl letters on.

Then it was time for the paint. I used Miss Mustard seeds milk paint. I love the rustic look!

Next, attach your pocket. I used some burlap and lace.

Hammer in tacks. I suggest giving yourself a little more bulk so you have room for your greenery.

Then I painted on the stencil I wanted.

And it's finished, it looks so lovely!


I think it looks great in my living room, I may never want to move it.


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Have a question about this project?

2 questions
  • Judy Colaberardino
    on Aug 21, 2019

    Can you cover a lamp shade that the lamp will be on for hours?


    • Kathi S
      on Aug 21, 2019

      Hi Judy. Depends on what you mean by cover. Are you planning to drape something over the top of the shade? Like a hanky or piece of lace? Then only if you use a very low wattage of a bulb, like a 15 watt. Otherwise the heat from the bulb may start a fire! If you mean like recovering a shade without taking the old covering off, yes you can. Use a very lightweight fabric so the light can shine through. Anything heavy or opaque will only allow light to shine thru the top an d bottom of the shade. Good luck with your lamp!

  • Ajohnsonfamily
    on Aug 21, 2019

    What is the idea that you covered a cord on the wall so neat !!!

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