Pallet Wood Letters
My husband and I wanted to build a meaningful piece of art to hang on our children's bedroom wall. When we came across a pallet, we knew we could use it to create something beautiful!
We built these letters without spending a penny by using scraps of plywood, a pallet and leftover paint and stain.
Before we added the LOVE letters, the wall was boring and unfinished.
Using 1/4 inch plywood, we sketched out our letter shapes and cut them out with a table saw and jig saw.
We cut the pallet boards into manageable lengths and then ripped them into different size widths with the table saw.
Using a nail gun and some wood glue, we covered our plywood template with the pieces of pallet board.
After sanding each letter, I applied a coat of walnut stain to each one.
To add a little color, we painted a few different types of gray/blue paint over top of the stain.
And then sanded off some of the paint to expose the texture of the pallet wood.
To give each letter some additional detail, we ripped down some smaller strips of the pallet boards and used them to outline each letter.
The letters match the rustic theme of our kids' bedroom.
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