This is a very simple ring that I made from a pallet in my backyard.
I just barely graduated from high school, and I am planning on an LDS mission. i enjoy creating things with my hands, and i love learning and sharing here on instructables.
After measuring the space, he laid the pallets where he wanted the deck to be. Starting with the first row, Kevin lined up all gaps and used pavers to level and support the pallets. He then cut strips from 8-foot plywood to fill in the gaps and then nailed them into place and secured them to the neighboring pallets. After treating with water resistant stain, the deck was done. When all was said and done, it cost under $100.
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Habitat volunteer Hunter Westbrook uses a miter saw to cut wood planking from a recycled pallet that will be used in the construction of the bench. Fellow volunteer Michael Roberts also works on the bench. Habitat for Humanity of Sangamon County is building furniture and other items out of wooden pallets in workshop space provided by South Side Christian Church of Springfield.
Salvaged furniture store owners Michelle Hepting, left, and Brynn Byerly have created another pallet-wall with repurposed shingles and letters they acquired from local sources.
Just one question: If you go to all the trouble to reuse the wood, why wouldn’t you recycle the nails you pulled?
Constructed from discarded pallets, this 6 bottle wine rack is rustic and rugged. Designed for homes with less available wall space. Wine glass rack placed underneath to hold most models of wine glasses, shelf on top for overflow. Each piece is unique. Dimensions are approximately 24.5 inches wide, 22.5 inches tall and 5 inches deep. Stained dark walnut. Wine bottles and glasses not included.