Pallet project for Pete

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by eclecticcottage, Mar 9, 2012.

  1. eclecticcottage

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    Never saw this before

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  2. Beer Belly

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    That's actually pretty cool
     
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  3. fossil

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    Hmm...kind of a Hillbilly etagere, or what not. I like it. Kind of. I think I like it more in that house than in mine. :lol:
     
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  4. Pallet Pete

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    Now that is interesting needs a little red paint and some leather maybe a grill off an old car! :lol:

    Pete
     
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    then you never have been to my uncles work shop.my uncle has been gone for over 11 years but he did not waste anything, i remember him making shelves out of pallets he would put 2 extra boards on the pallets an then took small pickle jar lids a screwed the the lids on under side of the shelves an put differant size nuts an bolts an nails in the jars then screwed the jars on the lids an they hung there and on top of each shelf the was jars full of stuff to , thank you for posting you brought back some great memories of my uncle.
     
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