Small Bare Palletwood Box | Copper Handle | Made to Order

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Description

Unpainted Small Pallet Wood Box for your Trinkets

Small Bare Palletwood Box – unfinished wooden boxes that you can paint, wax, dye or decoupage as you wish. The handle is made from heavy gauge copper wire by Shalini.

These bare wooden boxes are made to order. Please allow between 5 – 15 days for shipping.

Please Note: The pictures are examples only as each box will have its own natural grain and the patterns.

Small Bare Palletwood Box Size:

The boxes are made from pallet wood and exact size depends on the width of the pallet slats that we use – Height = 5-7 cm; Length = 15-17 cm; Width = 8-10 cm. Copper handle is 3-4 cm high.

These small boxes are made entirely using upcycled wood from heat treated pallets.

The slats are removed from the pallet and then de-nailed, then the edges of each slat are cleaned up and straightened on the table saw, this ensures they are all the same width.

Next they are run through the planer on both sides to both clean up the faces and to make each slat is roughly the same thickness.

The lengths are now measured to make the side, bottoms, lids and ends and are then cut on the chop saw and finally sanded to clean the cuts up.

Finally the boxes are assembled using brad nails and wood glue. Once the glue is dry the boxes are sanded all over so they are ready for the next stage of finish if required.

Boxes & Containers from PalletwoodStuff: https://palletwoodstuff.co.uk/product-category/boxes-containers/

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