Happy Monday! I hope you all had a great weekend. My youngest ended up getting really sick and since my husband was away I spent the majority of the weekend at home, taking care of him. Needless to say, it was a much needed lazy weekend with lots of cuddles. I did manage to make it to the grocery store once my husband got home, which was pretty much the extent of my productivity.
Since I wasn't able to get any new projects completed, I thought I would finally share another project I made for the craft fair. These pallet trays are so easy to build and can be customized in so many ways.
I started by rough cutting the boards off the pallet using a circular saw. I used two pieces of the wider boards for the bottom of the tray and two pieces of the smaller boards for the top. I was going for more of a rustic look and didn't do a whole lot of precise measuring. Who has time for all that?
Americana chalky finish paint, I applied a light coat of paint then sanded it for a distressed look.
I love that it's not only functional, but stylish as well.