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The leaves are changing, the days are shorter, the air is crisp, and costumes are flying off shelves. We like to call this time of year HeArTh-O-wEeN! Lots of spooky decorations are everywhere, but did you know you can use that your leftover wood pallets from your delivery to really kick it up a notch?
Here’s a new one – an Underground Dungeon Illusion! You only need a little time and a few provisions to make it.
It’s getting to be that time again. You need to start making room for your pallets of wood pellets that you’ll be using soon. We’ve shown you how to stack a few tons in a small space, but what if you need more room? Here are some handy organization tips from the experts at Houzz:
It’s easy to become overwhelmed on projects like this when you jump in with no plan. It’s best to start with some rough guidelines and goals.
Have you read our post about how to repurpose empty wood pellet bags? What about our tutorials on how to make a water blob, or a kite, or DIY treat bags from empty bags? Here’s a new one for you – a pallet tarp! We’ve created a step by step guide on how to use your leftover bags to make an extra layer of protection for your pellets, that fits over a skid of 50 bags nicely.
What You’ll Need:
Did you ever see our post on how to reuse empty wood pellet bags? Well here’s a brand new DIY project, just in time for the kids being home all week for Spring break. It’s also just in time for warmer weather coming our way!
This post will show you the simple steps on how to make a kite out of an empty wood pellet bag.
What You’ll Need:
-1 Empty Wood Pellet Bag
-2 Sticks or Bamboo Skewers
-Twine, String or Cording
-Markers, Stickers, Embellishments
The entire project, not including decorating the kite, should take less than thirty minutes. Be sure that any kid helpers are always supervised by an adult, because this DIY involves plastic bags and scissors.
Well, here’s a new project for you – courtesy of Irene from New York. She’s a customer of ours (look at those beautiful
Cleanfire Pacific bags in the background of her picture!) and she created an incredible Wood Pallet Christmas Tree decor project. She was kind enough to share her how-to with us, so we could share it with you!
October is here! Stores are packed with an endless supply of candy, costumes are available at every turn, and many houses are starting to look festive for the 31st. (We like to refer to it as Hearthoween!) We’ve told you about some great DIY wood pallet projects before, but did you know you can use your leftover wood pallets as spooky decorations? We have compiled our four favorite ideas, in no particular order below.
Spook Factor: 5
Now here’s an easy way to make your house look totally different – and very eery. There are some variations on how you could do this, but the simplest way is to stack the pallets upright and zip-tie them together.
After securing your temporary wall, add your fog machines and back lighting of your choice. This photo shows some extra scary pizazz with dirty netting. Now is the time to get creative with your embellishments!
The average pellet stove owner has three tons of pellets delivered to his or her home on wooden pallets each year. What do you do with the pallets? We’ve shared 20 different ways to reuse the empty wood pellet bags, and even how to use them in a DIY Spring goody bag project – but what about the pallets?
You might have seen some pallet projects floating around online. Some of them take a lot of supplies, time, and serious handiwork. However, many just require some painting, a little hammering and some special touches. Take a look at some of our favorite DIY wood pallet projects!
Floor Book Cases | Difficulty Level: Very Easy
What a great DIY idea for teachers! There’s almost no work involved in this project aside from sanding rough edges and painting. The sanding is important in this case – you don’t want any splinters or sharp edges around little ones.
The pallets display the books for kids at their level, in a neat and easy-to-see way. The varied, colorful paint choices really brighten up the room!