Shabby Chic DIY Pallet Wood Tray

IMG_5241It’s done. I’m in love. I’m sure those oranges won’t stay there for long though. Not when you have 3 kids in the house. Oh well a girl can dream. Here is my shabby chic DIY pallet wood tray.

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Its a lot of shabby chic DIY pallet wood.IMG_5254 IMG_5253 Putting on the felt pads, as per request from Hubs.IMG_5252 IMG_5251 I wonder how long they’ll stay on there?IMG_5250 IMG_5249 IMG_5248 IMG_5247 The oranges in the pic match the bouncer, total co-inkydink! IMG_5245 I love the grain. The stain I used was Minwax, special walnut. And it’s oh so special.IMG_5244 White paint from a previous painting project adds just a little bit of, well, me.IMG_5243Since I have painting accidents all over our yard, hubby loves it. IMG_5242 IMG_5241 IMG_5240 IMG_5239 IMG_5238 IMG_5237 IMG_5236 IMG_5235 IMG_5234BTW these photos are unedited. I’ve decided to simplify my life and not use photoshop for a while. It’s totally frustrating! It takes forever. I’m over it. Can you sense that I don’t really know how to do it?

So, do you like?

8 thoughts on “Shabby Chic DIY Pallet Wood Tray

  1. Carin

    TOTALLY LOVE!! Am late to your pallet tray party, and new to pallet-craft. 🙂 I sooo appreciate your great tutorial, and I think this is just the project I’ll try next!!! Thanks!!!

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  2. Linda

    Your tray is beautiful and inspires me to make one to put on our ottoman in our shabby chic decor. Thank you for sharing.

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  3. Michelle

    Love this! I am trying one like it with a herringbone pattern and I am wondering if you can tell me how you adhered the plywood to the edge of the tray. I like that you cannot see the bottom of the tray, but I am wondering if wood glue is enough to hold it together?

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