Pallet Wood Stuff is about upcycling old shipping pallets. By creating new stuff from them we keep them from being burnt or going to land fill.
palletwood coasters
Pallet Creations

Palletwood Coasters

New small batch of coasters off the bench. We are pleased with these. Have used slightly thicker and softer wood for these. So got a nice deep burn and good grain exposure. Shalini as always did the colouring using the Intrinsic Colours by Hampshire Sheen. Palletwood coasters in various colours and styles available to buy […]

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Palletwood Block Tealight Holders - dyed
Pallet Creations

Palletwood Block Tealight Holders

We have been working on some palletwood block tealight holders and have regularly shared pictures of the progress on Instagram. Well now now we can share some completed examples. They started out as pallet blocks. Nails that couldn’t be removed were hammered deeper below the surface. I cleaned up the end grain on the table […]

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Reclaimed Wood Incense Burner
Pallet Creations

Colourful Incense Burners

Using up some offcuts to make incense burners. Cut a groove in each with the router, drilled a hole at about 45 degrees at each end of the grooves. Then gave them a strong burn and an aggressive brush. Shalini did her colour magic and now we have a bunch of pretty funky incense stick […]

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Storing my Pallet Wood Planks
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Storing my Pallet Wood Planks

Thanks to my friends and other people my stock of pallet wood planks is growing steadily and they need to be stored somewhere dry. So it was time for a bit of re-organisation in the workshop, starting with the old log stores on the back wall. The idea was to fit old scaffolding boards across […]

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Pallet Wood Guitar and Spitfire Clock Update 25 August 2019
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Pallet Wood Guitar and Spitfire Clock Update 25 August 2019

Been having a bit of a push to try and get  some “in progress” projects completed. One of these is the Spitfire clock that I have been making for a friend who wants to gift it to someone. The clock face itself was pretty much complete apart from 3 applications of Danish oil and them […]

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power tool workbench power bank
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Power Tool Workbench Update

Not long after I had built the power tool  workbench and started using it I realised that having 3 power cables going from the bench to wall outlet was  pain. The solution was simple, purchase and fit a power bank. it was just a matter of me remembering to buy one when I went to […]

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