These versatile stackable stenciled wood pallet crates make the perfect addition to a little girls room or as an organizer in a toy room. Our daughter took one look at these beautiful stenciled wood crates and decided they would make the perfect basket for her to collect flowers from our garden in on a sunny afternoon.
Whatever you decided to do with these beautiful stenciled wood pallet crates, they're sure to add a touch of color to any space and brighten someone's day.
DIY Stenciled Wood Pallet Crates
Martha Stewart Crafts Adhesive Silkscreens are quickly becoming one of my favorite go-to stencil tools. Simply peel and stick the silkscreen to just about any surface and press to seal. Apply your paint color, remove the silkscreen, and allow your project to dry. The silkscreen rinses off easily and there is no tape required.
- Wood Pallet Crates with Jute Handles
- Martha Stewart Crafts Paint Satin – Wedding Cake (if needed)
- Martha Stewart Crafts Paint Satin – Camellia Pink
- Martha Stewart Crafts Paint Satin – Wild Salmon
- Martha Stewart Crafts Paint Satin – Yellowjacket
- Martha Stewart Crafts Adhesive Silkscreens – Floral Paisley
- Martha Stewart Crafts Squeegee
- If wood pallet crates are natural color, paint with 1-2 coats with Martha Stewart Craft Paint Satin – Wedding Cake. Set aside to dry completely.
- Place desired adhesive silkscreen on crate and press firmly to seal.
- Using the craft squeegee, apply a thin layer of paint on top of the stencil. I like to smear the paint in multiple directions to assure the entire area is covered.
- Carefully lift off adhesive silkscreen while the paint is still wet. Set aside to dry completely.
- Clean silkscreen with warm water and dry completely.
- Repeat as needed to multiple images.
What are you going to use your stenciled wood pallet crates for?
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