Rustic Pallet Christmas Tree


Thanksgiving is over and Christmas preparation is in full swing everywhere, including the Schwind house. We have had so much fun decorating our new house together and I can’t wait to show you. Since we moved to a slightly larger place, the decorations I’d had were not going to fill it, so I knew this year I’d be making some new decorations. One of those homemade beauties was this Pallet Christmas Tree. It was so easy to make and looks wonderful on our front porch
Assemble the tree using pallet scraps and a sturdy "trunk" board.
Add a little spray pained color
And there it is!

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1 question
  • Heje
    on Nov 8, 2019

    You made it look easy. There is a tree made from cutting one pallet in a triangular shape in the center which leaves two sides that can be put together to make another. If you have the time and a full pallet give it a try and share with friends. I love yours and the coordinating items used with it.

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  • Mammaw
    on Jul 31, 2017

    I'm going to try this this Christmas . I love it
  • DarleneOhio
    on Dec 18, 2019

    OMG - i wish i had seen this sooner. I know what i am making for next year. Thank you for the inspiration.

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