This table is made not only from reclaimed pallet wood, but from the scraps of other pallet wood projects. It was a fun challenge to get the absolute MOST out of the material. The table stands at about 2 feet tall and might be perfect for holding up a couple beverages on a deck, dock or patio.
Old windows + old pallet wood + some paint and creativity = up-cycled window box. Wall mountable, or stand alone, this up-cycled window box is suitable for indoor or outdoor use. Chalk painted with Folk Art paint in oatmeal.
We love pizza! Making it at home is even better! So I made this pizza peel that works as a cutting/serving board as well. Finished with a food safe mix of mineral oil and beeswax, it makes getting hot pies out of the oven safer, easier, and fun(er?)!
Solid Black Walnut, with a Maple handle for the lid.
When quilts are this colorful, it seems a shame to keep them hidden in a cupboard. So Matt made me a quilt ladder to display them.
For Nigel’s birthday I wanted to give him something handmade and special. This box I made from Black Walnut, Maple, and Cherry, with a cedar lining. It features a hinged lid, movable tray and a “secret” compartment. The day after his birthday, it was already filled with important things like pocket change (undoubtedly stolen from my jar), his wallet, a couple photos, and bubble gum.
Sometimes we make mistakes. While building a table from pallet wood, I was experimenting with a new technique and ended up ruining the table top. The boards were too thin for making a table, but good for making this box. So, this is how I’ve made the most of my mistake!