Saturday, July 7, 2012

pallet art

 I had a blank spot on my house.

There is no need for that....


 And there was a HUGE pile of pallets by a dumpster behind our church.


  I am very relieved that this empty spot is now filled with color!


The kids and I are thinking of so many uses for all of those beautiful ratty pallets that we could salvage.(we used spray paint- it worked perfectly.)

14 comments:

Jill at Things With Wings said...

oh how I love this! What a happy house!

Sonja said...

My brilliant husband built a composter out of pallets. Not colorful, but still pretty amazing. ;)

Tammy said...

I love this idea. So simple. I've been looking for an idea for a cheap, cute coat rack (I live in Vermont, so a coat rack is a must). I could do this using colors to tie my kitchen, dining room and living room (all visible from the entry area. I saw some outside faucet knob things in cute colors in a local vintage store and could use those as hooks. Thanks for the inspiration.:)
Tammy
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Michelle F. said...

I love this!!! So super creative!

Stephanie said...

Love the pallets, so fun! Did you paint the checkerboard pattern on your porch? I've thought about doing that on our porch, love it!

shannon said...

Great project! I love your new house art, Sara!

Heather said...

So fun!!!! Makes me want to give it a go!

Kellie said...

I think some of your verses would fit rather nicely on those pallets! Get busy girl!

Lori @ My Evident Faith said...

What a fun, creative idea! Love it! I just love how you spread joy with all that color.

Jennifer said...

I've been begging Jack to get me one of those pallats, but I think he is afraid to take them!!

Priscilla said...

I love the way that you think OUT OF THE BOX. I really like the way you livened up your light fixture, too! It always brightens my day to look at your blog.

Crafty Mischief said...

I love it! It's so you!

Sarah said...

so pretty!!!

Jara said...

I absolutely love this!!! I've been looking for art for my patio and I actually have a pallat outside that I have been wanting to use for something;) Thanks for the inspiration:)