Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Thanksgiving Harvest Pallet Ombre

Am I the only crafty blogger out there scratching their head, wondering what to make for Thanksgiving? For some reason, though I LOVE the holiday itself, I have a hard time coming up with projects about it. So, this year I've decided to start off with some decorations for the house, because I don't really have any for Thanksgiving. Besides the Pilgrim Man, Woman, and Turkey I made last year, of course. :-) But those are small. This project was decidedly bigger. 

I happened to have this rolling kitchen cart that was in fairly rough condition (found it at a yard sale....surprise, surprise) and it has a couple of pallet-type shelves in it. This was one of them. I just painted them in a gradation of Thanksgiving/Harvest-y colors. What do you think?


It's a step in the right direction, I think!!
You gotta love pallets. And, I know the creative world does!! Have you seen my other pallet?crate projects??
Pallet Doggy Bed

Crate Bed

Crate Toy Box

I shared this post at the following funky linky parties:




http://www.thethriftyhome.com




shabby creek cottage Beyond The Picket Fence
Katie's Nesting Spot The Shabby Nest Photobucket



Funky Junk's Saturday Nite Special
The DIY Show OffMaking Monday Marvelous Linky Party

A Marvelous Mess

The Girl CreativeTip Junkie handmade projects
Tuesday To Do Party

Passionately Artistic

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21 comments:

  1. Looks great! I'm always reduced to clip art for Thanksgiving - not very imaginative.

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  2. I love the colors! I would love if you linked up to my Abundantly Thankful linky party...we can give each other more thanksgiving inspiration over there!

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  3. This is a simple yet elegant piece of wall decor that helps to brighten the room during this time of low light.

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  4. it's beautiful!! I love the gradient of colors!! perfect for this season! Great job!

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  5. I like it looks cute. Happy Thrifty Thursday. Mine is up too.

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  6. We don't do Thangsgiving here, but I love any craft involvint a pallet:) I have one in my living room...will be posting about it one day, still missing a feature:)

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  7. hey, you can paint the backside in christmas colors and just flip it!!

    well done!!
    amy

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  8. Beautiful! I have a ton of pallets awaiting craftiness. Thanks for the inspiration! btw...found you on the tt&j linky party!

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  9. I love looking at all the different things that can made be made with pallets although I haven't tried anything yet. Soon though. :-)

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  10. Love the gradient effect. Another great use of pallets.

    Thank you for linking to Beautiful Junk Saturday!

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  11. What a lovely palette of color on your pallet! lol.

    I love the ombre effect and the colors are so warm for fall!

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  12. Great selection of colors! Perfect for the fall.

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  13. Looks great! I like the colors.

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  14. Awesome, This is a simple yet elegant piece of wall decor that helps to brighten the room during this time of low light. Colour combo is marvelous.

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  15. Gorgeous! I love all of the colors! Thanks for sharing this cool pallet at the Tuesday To Do Party!
    Smiles!
    Jami
    www.blackberryvine.blogspot.com

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  16. Nice colors! Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home!
    Sherry

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  17. I was just playing with pallets today with the kids. Please come to our 2 parties.
    www.garlicmom.blogspot.com
    www.storieswithzach.blogspot.com

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  18. I love it. So simple and such a big impact. I'm working my way up to some pallet projects...need to clear some space first. Lol. Enjoy your projects!

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  19. Thank for sharing this info for dogs..........to get comfort with these beds.

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