A Sneak Peak and 22 Pretty Pallet Sign Ideas on Hometalk!

Hey everyone! I’m back with a sneak peak of my latest project. It’s taking me FOREVER to finish it. What is up with that anyway? Why does it take me so long to finish my projects? I have projects in my head that I will never have enough time to finish. Remember my Country Door Knockoff pallet sign project? That took forever too. Anyway, my newest project is a little bigger. It’s my first real furniture project on the blog. I found it at, yep, you guessed it, the Habitat ReStore. I love that place. So this project involves this…
original before


These beauties…
Spray Paint handles
and this…
overhead projector

I just bought that! Yep, you heard me, I got that awesome overhead projector on ebay. It is what has been holding up this project, oh and the fact that my internet has not been cooperating – w/o my wireless I can’t print! What does that have to do with this project? Oh, you’ll just have to come back and see.

I seriously could have used that overhead projector for my Country Door Knockoff Pallet Sign! Have you noticed all the cool signs being made with pallets? No? Well, you definitely need to check out the board I created on the wonderful site Hometalk. Hometalk is awesome. If you’ve not checked it out, you must. It’s a great place to go to find or post information about HOME! I used the pencil lead transfer method on my sign, some of these other signs also used that method. Some hand painted their signs (jealous), others used vinyl clings or stencils. There are just so many cool ways to transfer images to pallet boards. The overhead projector is another option. So after you check out my 22 Pretty Pallet Sign Ideas board, give Hometalk a look see, and go make a sign and share it with us. Oh, and don’t forget to come back and check out my newest project. I’m hoping to finish that this weekend. 🙂

























Until next time..


2 thoughts on “A Sneak Peak and 22 Pretty Pallet Sign Ideas on Hometalk!

  1. Hi Kathleen, love your signs, pinned them, looking forward to seeing your finished project, looks interesting!
    Cindy@Glass Slipper Restorations.com

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