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14 comments:

  1. Love your pallet projects and making sure to share with Blue Velvet Chair blog readers. Thanks for the creative inspiration!
    Michael

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  2. Glad I found your blog. I've been intrigued by pallet projects for awhile now and your blog makes it looks possible to create something beautiful out of rough old wood.

    So sorry to hear about you son. My son went to heaven on March 1st. It's a life changer. ={

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  3. Found your blog by searching pallet ideas on Pinterest and loving it! So much wonderful stuff and great ideas. Blog love!

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  4. Do you have plans for your coffee table/desk made from old 2x4's?

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  5. Becky I love your blog. Just wanted to let you know that.

    zane

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  6. Hey Becky,
    some great stuff here, in particular attaching the legs as you mention in your pallet bench tutorial is going to be useful in my own project.
    Cheers,
    Andy

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  7. I absolutely LOVE your tutorials, thanks for the motivation to use all the old wood I have lying around the house!

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  8. I love these pallet projects... I'm been starting to do the same!!

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  9. Love all your creations! Very cool stuff. Can I ask what type of screws you use? I've ventured into making a few pallet pieces of my own but due to the wood being so dense, I end up stripping all the screws! I was told to use a square head instead of a Philips head but I notice that's what you use so I wanted to inquire. =)

    Thanks!

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  11. I am looking to get a vintage looking fence built around my little vegetable garden. Do you know of a company that does Fences in Crown Point, IN. Or a place where I can get material to do it myself.

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  12. Thanks for the blog I really enjoyed looking through it! My friend showed me a great site that offers pallets. http://www.bramptonpallet.com

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  13. I absolutely love your creativity. I would have never thought to take an old pallet and convert it into a bench. Is there specific qualities you look for in the pallet? I would assume not to pallets which are water logged or have lots of knots in them. Do these flaws really affect the outcome of the project?

    George Puzo | http://www.churchillpallets.com.au

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  14. Love your site great upcycling ideas its my kind of place! Adding you to my blogroll!

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Thanks so much for taking the time to comment, I really appreciate your kind words!