So do you remember the pallet wood chargers I made back at Christmas?
I LOVE how they turned out. BUT my favorite part, is that you can just flip them over and use them year round!
Pallet Wood Chargers
I am a mom of two and one on the way, so sometimes I just don’t have to time to create new decor for each season, so I am ALL about things that can be re-used season after season. I have a feeling these chargers will be around for a long time.
I think I mentioned in my Christmas post that I also love these because you can use them for centerpieces, wall decor, I would even make a runner out of them (if I had a longer table that is!) If you want to make these, you can check out the tutorial on how I made them.
I love my little bow napkin too! Can I let you in on a little secret? That is just a layer cake square that I folded up and tied some string around. Sometimes you just gotta throw something on there to make it pretty ; ) although I thing I might have to make me some napkin rights out of it now!
While you are here, don’t forget to pop over and see what’s on the other side!
Here they are by themselves.
So what do you think… do you love pallet wood even more now? I sure do!
I have a ton of palettes & this is definitely an awesome idea for them!
Beth @ Whole New Leaf says
What can’t you do with palette wood? Great idea!
[email protected] Colonial says
Ooh! I love both sides :) And way to get more mileage out of them! Great idea!
Daniela @frugal ain't cheap says
what a neat idea!!
Love! I have to ask where those adorable napkins came from?!
Kelly @ Eclectically Vintage says
These are gorgeous!! Perfect bit of rustic for any table.
Very cute! And I love the little bow tie napkin!
Randi - Dukes and Duchesses says
I love those … and I love that you can reuse them for so many occasions!
Lolly Jane says
So cute, Ashley!!
Thanks Kristi and Kelli! Luckily I found a guy at our church who has an unlimited supply of old pallets to support my problem ; )
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These are awesome! I love the rustic look and have a garage full of barn wood that would be perfect for this project!
Stopping over from So You Think You’re Crafty.
Thanks so much Kim!