I have to say Pinterest has some great pallet projects. Made this one for a friend. Now I’m thinking Christmas gifts.
Posted in Pallet Project, Recycled
Ooooh, I like it!
Thanls…now to pick colors for Christmas gifts..lol
How much is this and what size is it
Forgot to measure… But I think it was around 12″ wide and 18″ tall. I would sell them around 25.00 not sure how much to ship it. Hope this helps
Love this! How did you get your chevron so perfect! Are there instructions anywhere?
I use the freezer paper trick that’s all over Pinterest. Cut with my silhouette and …yes…it will iron to wood…lol…hope this helps..Liz
Where did you get the “W” at? Make it or buy it… thanks!! Love this!
I cut it out on freezer paper iron it on my wood and then cut with my scroll saw. With a Silhouette Cameo you can make any font and size. Hope this helps
Do you have a link for the freezer paper trick? So many out there that seem to all offer different methods but most show iron to fabric and not wood.
I have never seen one for wood, but I tried it and it worked for me. Your just ironing to wood instead of fabric that’s all. When ironing turn off the steam. I’ve iron to old pallets and MDF board. Both worked great.
Just wanted to give you an update. I haven’t thought about this one on wood, but I just read were they are using shelf liner on wood for stencel. It’s cheap at dollar tree. Hope this helps.
What size is the letter?
Not sure but if I had to guess at least 6 inches high..made with my silhouette cameo.
Do you make these for purchase?
Yes 30.00 not sure what shipping would be?
I would love one
Email me @ email@example.com with address
Can I make the pattern/stencil on a cricut? Now that I have seen the cameo, I wish I had one instead.
Not sure, but the last time I was at Walmart, I read on the circuit box that you can now import images. So with that being known, I would think so. Not sure where you’re from but I bought my Silhouette of Craig’s list for 180 . You have to check quite often because they go fast. Hope this helps.
This may be a crazy question….that you may have already answered at some point…but I did not see it. How did you get the pallet boards to stick together? Nails? Glue? What works best. I love your work!
First of all I would like to say “thank you” for stopping by and checking out my blog. As for the pallet sign I use whatever I have on hand but wood screws do work the best, hope this helps. Have a blessed day.
Love this! I am in Texas. How can I contact you to purchase several of these?
Email me at herlatestproject.gmail.com
do you custom make these and sell them??
Yes, just send message to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Thanks for stopping by!
I just saw a craft business on Facebook that is using this exact picture as their own. Unless that is your business page?
No, its not my business. Would you please report them. Thank you
It’s not me.
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Did you use any stain or paint to get the gray/wood look, or is that the actual color of the wood?
Gray was all natural
How did you get the chevron so perfect? Can you sharehow you did this….PLEASE
I used freezer paper for pattern and ironed it to the wood. You must be careful painting it due to not staying in long. Anymore question feel free to ask. Thanks for stopping by.
Used my silhouette cameo and then ironed it to my wood. Used a sponge to put the paint on, then pulled the freezer paper off. Hope this helps if you have anymore questions don’t be afraid to ask and thanks for stopping by
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