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    • Peggy Byrne

      Character words wall Would be GREAT on a res hallway wall! j/s Love this ~ you can also make one for each grandchild with their hand prints so you can take it with you if you ever have to leave.

    • Christy Roethler

      >Found this on HG Crafts< Wall of words, This is a project I made using a bunch of old wood an pallet wood i had. I cut sanded and then painted it in shades that match my decor. I used the Cricket machine to help with the letters and fonts....then distressed it using sandpaper, Wall of words, Home Decor Project

    • Lisa Melara

      Wall Art - 18 Recycled Pallet Ideas Bonus: Is it Safe?

    • Kaylee Patterson

      Some DIY pallets for the walk in maybe?

    • Kim Werth

      Wall Art from old wood and pallet wood

    • Regina George

      Word wall art. Speaks to me.

    • Rebecca

      Wood Pallet Wall Art

    • Kimberly Henry

      pallet project

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