Are you a fan of pallet art? I didn’t know if I was until I drove by a dumpster the other day and saw a few laying on the ground, ready to be thrown away. The crafter in me told me to pick them up! Unfortunately I was on an errand and didn’t have the time, but at that moment I really wanted to make some pallet art. I’ve seen a few that have been completely up my alley color-wise (like this “hello sunshine” piece at Life as a Thrifter). There are so many ways to make pallet art, so I’ve pulled together a collection. Which one do you like best? Click through the jump to see them!
Fab 5 1 of 9Painter's tape was used as the resist, with latex paint right over the top.
Get the instructions at The Handmade Home
Favorite Quote 2 of 9Stencil your favorite saying onto a stained pallet using foam letter stencils.
Get the how-to at Blue Eyed Yonder
Wedding Gift 3 of 9Use a pallet as a personalized gift for a couple — just add their name and wedding date.
Learn how at Sweet Rose Studio
Cute Bunting 4 of 9Finish off your pallet art with a cute paper bunting.
Learn how to make it at The Winthrop Chronicles
Family Rules 5 of 9Use each board of the pallet to spell out a reminder of family guidelines.
Find the step-by-step at Love of Family and Home
Colorful Cool 6 of 9Not only does this art use a great color palette, but it's also interesting because the boards are situated vertically instead of the standard horizontal.
Find the tutorial at The Space Between
Bright Distressing 7 of 9Use a bold color like yellow for the font and distressing for a bit of added interest.
Get the instructions at Literally Inspired
Sweet Saying 8 of 9Use a few different fonts together to make your saying extra interesting.
Find out how at My So Called Crafty Life
Stenciled Letters 9 of 9This letters for this art were created by stenciling using templates from a digital cutter.
Find the instructions at Tara Being Tara
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