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Pallet Projects - DIY Outdoor TeePee for a Kids Playground or the Backyard - Do it Yourself Outdoor Woodworking Tutorial via 1001 Pallets

Pallet Projects - DIY Outdoor TeePee for a Kids Playground or the Backyard - Do it Yourself Outdoor Woodworking Tutorial via 1001 Pallets

How To Build A Porch From Reclaimed Pallets  http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/9548  Recycled pallets are a cheap and effective way to build a porch or renovate an existing one that has seen better days!  We’re on the lookout for pallets, how about you?

How To Build A Porch From Reclaimed Pallets http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/9548 Recycled pallets are a cheap and effective way to build a porch or renovate an existing one that has seen better days! We’re on the lookout for pallets, how about you?

You can make bathroom furniture by using old shipping wood pallets. You can adorn your bathroom with these lovely pallet wood projects.

You can make bathroom furniture by using old shipping wood pallets. You can adorn your bathroom with these lovely pallet wood projects.

OMG, this has to be one of the best decorative letters I have ever seen! Love the idea of this big decorative letter. It's perfect to make a huge impact on a wall!

OMG, this has to be one of the best decorative letters I have ever seen! Love the idea of this big decorative letter. It's perfect to make a huge impact on a wall!

I made a small pallet shelf to fit in a small bathroom, just so there would be some extra storage.  I was lucky to find a pallet with long and wide planks, and I used those for the back.  Then I ripped down a piece of a pallet that had 3/4" wood on it, and made some cleats for some extra support on the shelves.  Then screwed into the shelves from the back with 2.5" screws, as well as screwing into the top of the shelves into the cleats to make sure the shelves are not going anywhere.

I made a small pallet shelf to fit in a small bathroom, just so there would be some extra storage. I was lucky to find a pallet with long and wide planks, and I used those for the back. Then I ripped down a piece of a pallet that had 3/4" wood on it, and made some cleats for some extra support on the shelves. Then screwed into the shelves from the back with 2.5" screws, as well as screwing into the top of the shelves into the cleats to make sure the shelves are not going anywhere.