ic Kathe With an E: Pallet Wood Centerpiece

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Pallet Wood Centerpiece

Pallet Wood Centerpiece - Kathe With An E
A few weeks ago I asked Mr. B if he could make me a wooden centerpiece. Late yesterday, he did!  And, he made it all from pallet wood we had hanging around in the garage.
Pallet Wood Centerpiece - Kathe With An E
After he took the pallet apart, he asked how big I wanted it to be.  Big enough to hold 6 mason jars please! A few cuts, some measuring, some glue & clamps and other tools I want to learn to use but can't remember the names of...
Pallet Wood Centerpiece - Kathe With An E
I now have the perfectly rustic centerpiece even better than I had imagined!
Pallet Wood Centerpiece - Kathe With An E
I love how he elevated the bottom so that it looks like it is floating!
Pallet Wood Centerpiece - Kathe With An E

Pallet Wood Centerpiece - Kathe With An E
I picked up some silk sunflowers from Michael's so that my centerpiece really says Fall.
Pallet Wood Centerpiece - Kathe With An E

Pallet Wood Centerpiece - Kathe With An E
I think it will look beautiful in every season though!  I can fill it with pine cones in Winter. Ornaments for Christmas. Daisies in Summer. Even little pumpkins for a different Fall look! 
Pallet Wood Centerpiece - Kathe With An E
I love my one of a kind, Mr. B original, pallet wood centerpiece!

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33 comments:

  1. I'm in the process of making one too! Yours of course is nicer than mine will be.

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  2. I love it! and it does look like it's floating...now thats original! Your going to love it too for putting silverware in next to flowers for a buffet too. Something tells me you're gonna want hubby to make you more...lol

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  3. That is awesome! So is where I put in my order? I would like one that holds only 4 mason jars since my table is smaller :) Really Mr B did a great job! Looks great with your burlap runner!
    hugs,
    Linda

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  4. Looks really good Kathe ... Tell Mr. B. that we are bragging on him. Nice that he thought to elevate it. I am sure you will find a lot of things to display in it. Last year I made a big trough and it takes a ton of stuff to fill it up. Need to make a smaller one.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

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  5. Oh my I love this - so simple ( well Mr B. made it look simple ) yet so beautiful

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  6. Awesome idea using pallet wood! Love the colored Mason jars...and sunflowers.
    Have a great week, Kathe.

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  7. Very pretty Kathy! Mr. B is a good guy to keep around ;).

    xxx

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  8. I love it Kathe - I can think of so many different ways this can be used. You are going to have so much fun coming up with new ideas each season. Cathy

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  9. Great post. My sister n law has went pallet crazy so I know she will enjoy this very much. Pinning.

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  10. OMGosh Kathe I LOVE it!! Good job Mr. B!

    ~Taylor-Made Ranch~
    Texas

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  11. It is lovely! And so nice, that Mr B made it for you. It is called love over here, my friend :)

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  12. How great is that! Love it with the sunflowers or just with the colored mason jars - either way, it's tops!

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  13. Super cute! I love how the sunflowers look with the rustic stand.

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  14. Good job, hubby, and perfect, Kathe, for your sunflowers and whatever else you decide to have displayed in it.

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  15. Your husband is aces!!! He did a great job! I know you're going to enjoy "playing Barbie" with your new centerpiece box!!

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  16. You totally read my mind! I just put a long mason jar holder on hubby's to do list! It looks amazing!

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  17. That is sooo cute. WHere do you get your pallets?

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  18. So many amazing things you can do with a pallet. I love this Kathe. It's so cute.

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  21. Kathe I love this!! Thank you for sharing and for linking up to the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop. Watch for your feature on Monday xo

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  22. I love it ...so rustic and perfect for your mason jars! And it IS floating! Thanks for linking to Twirl and Take a Bow! ox

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  23. I love this, Kathe! So much that I'm featuring you tonight on Retro RePin. The party begins at 8:00 pm and I hope you come back to link again!

    Have a fabulous week!
    ~ Robin @ Redo It Yourself Inspirations

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  24. Kathe, your hubby did a great job! I have an old box similar to this and I love it for so many things. Yours looks perfect for Fall filled with Sunflowers! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  25. This is gorgeous! I do appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,
    Kathy

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  26. Kathe, I made one of these (similar) for my bar, and I love it!! I can change out the decor for the seasons and it is one of my favorite decorations!! Thanks for sharing!

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