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Angel DIY Pallet Shape

Hello and happy Thursday! It's Jennifer here to share a Christmas project I  created using the Angel DIY Pallet Shape. If you have not had a chance to play with the many Pallet Shapes you must try them out! There are so many possibilities on what type of projects you can create! 


I  began by giving my pallet a nice coat of chalk paint in grey. I  love chalk paint because it goes on smooth as well as dries quickly.  I  did not worry about covering every inch of the front of the pallet since the grey would be the base color. 


Once my paint was dry, I  used a tea light candle to apply wax to the surface of my pallet. The rule is the more wax you apply, the more distressed finish for your end result. 


Next, I  applied cream chalk paint in small sections and scraped off the excess as I  went.  You will need to scrape before the second color dries.  And if I  do not like how a section turned out, I  will go back with paint and re-scrape.


Here is the effect of the above technique. Your pallet should look a great deal more white with grey undertones.  However, you can apply less paint to allow your base color to be more prominent. 


Using a Christmas garland from a local craft store, I  created a small wreath and adorned it with buffalo plaid ribbon. I  affixed my wreath using twine from my stash.


I  added a small sentiment using black vinyl and a cut file from my Silhouette. I  simply adhered it using a bit of transfer tape. Last, I  punched holes in each side of m pallet to string twine in order to hang my project.  


Thank you for stopping by the blog today! You can see all of the DIY Pallet Shapes by visiting HERE. Have a great day!

Additional products used:  paint: DecoART; vinyl, transfer tape: Cricut; diecut machine: Silhouette; hole punch: WeRMemoryKeepers; misc: garland, twine, ribbon


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