Pet Bed From Pallet - VIDEO

by PaintyCloud
3 Materials
2 Days
Your little dog can be relaxing in style with this cute handmade reclaimed pallet dog bed. CHECK our tutorial video and let's do it for your pet and she/he will be sooo thankful for it. :)
Tutorial VIDEO

what you need:

- 1 pallet

- jigsaw and reciprocating saw

- sander with 100 grit paper

- hammer and nails

- stain

- safety tools (gloves, goggles)
Firstly SAW the pallet in half and again in half.
Then MEASURE the depth of the pet bed. It’s 17.3 in and NEED 6 pcs slats in this size.

2 for the top, 2 for the side and 2 legs.
After that you NEED 1 more stick from the rest of the first halved pallet – it’s 24.8 in long – and 1 cube. And the last slat you need is a 13.7 in long for the front.

USE a recoprocating saw by taking apart.
The next step is creating the entry of the bed - SAW a 8.6 in wide gap by the right side.

FIX the cube to the sticks left by the entry – it will be the left side of it.
SAND the surface completely with a 100 grit paper. You can use a rotary tool by the edge and the hard approachable space.
BRUSH the dust off and can start to STAIN.
After the surface dries JOIN the parts with nails.
To your pet bed become more impressive, PAINT little paws on it with white metal paint.
Don't forget to check the tutorial video too!!! :)

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Suggested materials:
  • Pallet
  • Stain
  • White metal paint
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  • Melissa Melissa on May 03, 2020

    Great bed, only I don’t have time to make it

  • Streptiziak Streptiziak on May 10, 2022

    I bought a house like this, and in my opinion, it was the most expensive thing that I bought in my entire life for a dog that he didn't even use, and it hurt the most. It would be logical to buy more toys like this one At least I see how he played with this one, and it calms me that I didn't spend money on anything. Anyway, don't waste time and money if you know that your dog wouldn't spend their time on this bad.