- Battery saw
- Cordless drill
- Sandpaper (180 grit paper)
- Clothes pegs
- Paint brush
- Wood glue
To start with, remove all planks from the pallet. You can use a battery to saw the nails off the planks. Slide the saw between the frame and gradually loosen all the planks.
Tip: Gather the planks from the front of the pallet at once.
Now that you’ve collected all the planks, get to work on the planks of the frame. We also use a frame for the picture frame.
Place 4 planks on the floor in the same length. Keep space for 2 shelves in between.
Then it’s time to attach the planks from the front of the pallet to the frame.
Since you have laid the frame lengthwise, we are going to attach the front planks widthwise.
Place one new plank each time on the frame and fasten it with a cordless drill. Do this until there are no more planks left, or until you have formed a complete square.
When the picture frame is finished, you can leave it for what it is.
Grab the clothespins and paint them with a brush in a colour of your choice.
Let the clothes pegs dry. In the meantime you can sand the wooden pallet frame with sandpaper.
As soon as the clothes pegs are dry, it’s time to pick up the pallet list again.
Attach the clothes pegs to the wooden frame with wood glue. You can choose to glue the clothes pegs in one line, but this is not necessarily necessary. Attaching the clothes pegs at an angle and in various places is also a possibility.
As soon as all pegs are attached it is wise to let the wood glue dry for at least 4 hours. Is the glue dry? Then you can brighten up the wooden frame with photos.