Pallet Stars and Stripes DIY


Just in time for Memorial Day and the 4th of July a star using up all those leftover pieces of pallet wood. I really love the flags made out of pallet wood, and I think a pallet is the perfect starting point for a flag, but I wanted something a bit different.
Using a miter saw Reclaimed Pallet Wood is cut into a star shape.
For this star I started out with 10, 13 inch lengths of pallet wood mitered at the ends. The thirteen inch lengths of wood will give you a star 33 inches wide.
Pallet wood is painted in red and white then sanded and tinted with a dark wax.
Each piece of red and white pallet wood is cut individually to provide a backing for the pallet wood star.
If you would like more information on how to make this star and other pallet wood projects, please visit my website and follow along.

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1 question
  • Shane Miller
    on Dec 9, 2016

    What degrees do you cut the corners?

    • ScavengerChic
      on Dec 10, 2016

      If you look at the very first picture you will see the degrees. 36 for the inside corners and 18 for the points.

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