Awhile back I asked the hubbs to go out and find me some pallets and what do you know he came back with a handful and they were free!
I requested the hubbs help on this one, initially I wanted to hammer out the wood pieces but that seemed a little more difficult than expected.
I sanded the boards down a bit and used wood glue to attach the pieces together, no nailing or screwing needed for this project!
I painted the boards a teal, which I love!
I used jute and a staple gun for the back
I used the glue gun to glue down the doilies although I think mod podge would have been a great option but I didn't have enough for the project. I was also working on a couple of frames that I purchased at the Salvation Army. I purchased the frame for under $2 and shabby-fied it with some acrylic paint and sand paper.
and this one I painted and added some scrabble letters
Keep in mind this wall/mantel is a work progress but this how the doilies and frames turned out
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My lovely friend and photographer took the girls pictures you should check her out she's amazing.
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