DIY Joy Sign From a Pallet

Tanner Bell
by Tanner Bell
If you all know me, you know I'm obsessed with pallet projects! Today will be no different, as I've found three leftover pieces of pallet wood and we're going to make a fun JOY sign for the holidays! Are you ready? Here we go.
If you're more of a visual learner, check out our DIY video right here.
Step 1 : Hammer a supporting piece of wood to the back of all three pallet planks.
Step 2 : Grab your Americana Color Stain in white and simply paint on. This product works great with pallet wood.
Step 3 : Paint your wooden JOY letters with Americana Chalky Finish in Romance. I love the chalky finish! Don't you?
Step 4 : Glue your wooden letter onto the board once both the board and letters have completely dried.
Step 5 : Allow this to dry and once dry, you now have a fantastic new piece of home decor that is perfect for the holiday season. If you want to see completed finished photos, head over to our site linked below.
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  • Donna Demmers Donna Demmers on Dec 15, 2016
    I adjusted the construction a bit, it allows me to have BOO on one side with a dollar store spider, and the JOY side has an appropriate size wreath with a few red pine cones as the O in Joy