Thanksgiving Pallet Art

Over the weekend I put away Halloween decorations..and hooray I finally made a sign from pallet wood that goes great with my Thanksgiving stuff! This has been on my DIY wish list for-ever! I love all the fun pallet projects out there in blogland 🙂
My hubby was so helpful and took apart a pallet and then put it back together with screws and nails like this.

I painted the front Cliff Rock by Behr. Then I stenciled my letters with cream paint. Super easy!

My other little Thanksgiving project was printing a little frame art on burlap. I cut a piece of burlap the same size as a sheet of card stock and used spray adhesive to secure it to the paper. I let it dry and then ran it through the printer with the definition of gratitude. ;

I glued it to the top of a framed piece of scrap paper. It turned out cute and festive 🙂
Click here to see how I made my fabric wreath…

This was how it looked for Halloween…

This is my entryway now! I love my recently acquired turkey & cornucopia from my Grammy…She’s the best decorator 🙂

I adore this pallet sign so much I think I can find a place for it after the holidays…it’s neutral enough I think?

I’m excited you stopped by!


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23 thoughts on “Thanksgiving Pallet Art

  1. Thanks for linking up to The CSI Project. The pallet is beautiful but really the whole thing is beautiful. You always do an amazing job!!!


  2. Wow! I love the pallet art but I REALLY love that you actually printed on burlap! Thanks for the information — so many great possibilities!

  3. Love it! I'm going out pallet huntin' tomorrow! Hope I can find something to make myself a cool sign too! 🙂


  4. I loved the printing on burlap. Any tips or tricks I should be aware of?? Hate to have to explain to the repair guy what happened to my printer 🙂

  5. I absolutely love it. Great job! Thank you so much for linking up to last weeks show and share. Make sure to come back and link up this week with your latest project.

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