I've blackened, sanded, varnished then waxed this aged looking pallet coffee table with jointed corner. I used 2 pallets, paint, varnish & black wax for a total cost of $16 to make. http://bit.ly/1IiILR5
Chicken Coop for the night and weather shelter is on the right, two story with a ramp. The planter box on top was a free shipping crate from a stone company where we got the free pallets. Left 2/3 is a running grassy area for my Rhode Island Reds to run around.Built by Eric + Olivia Maynard... http://bit.ly/10EghhK
This stool is made using some old pallets. After being broken up and de-nailed, the individual boards were glued and clamped together, cut into a round, lathed, planed and sanded. The legs were formed by splitting an ash branch to give a natural looking finish. These legs were then mortised into... http://bit.ly/1KpyLVF
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