46 Responses to Chevron Pallet Mounted Hanging Mason Jar Vase

  1. Meredith, this is amazing! I LOVE it so much! I can’t get over what a nice little welcome wreath type thing it makes. I’ve never been much of a wreath person, but this is something I might consider adding to my door.

    … except with a Tardis blue background color…. and some yellow sunflowers a’la Van Gogh… I think I see a Doctor Who themed craft coming my way…

    Love the inspiration!!!

  2. Gorgeous Meredith!! Thank you for the tip on adding the shim! I will be trying this on a project very soon. I think your project turned out so pretty and I do love those pencils!

  3. Ha ha, I was thinking that, too, as I worked on my wreath: these are trends for a reason. They really are pretty nifty! And your blend of trends is sa-weet! I love how innovative you were in incorporating a piece of chevron painted pallet wood into your project. That really just takes it up a notch…or ten! And you’ve reminded me I have some chalkboard vinyl I need to try out; thanks, girl. P.S. I love how your label so closely matches the label in Tori’s graphic, too! #serendipity

    So glad we tackled Trend Fest 2014! Is it weird I’m already brainstorming for 2015? (Yes, Lauren. That’s totally weird.)

  4. That is SO pretty – just love it – off to pin it now!
    Visiting from I should be mopping the floor ( and I really, in fact, SHOULD be mopping the floor LOL )
    Happy Sunday
    xox

  5. You had my vote out of all of entries. Like that your craft can be used in many places and for longer time period. Great tutorial, pininng. Happy Spring days

  6. Stopping by from the linkup! What a great idea for a wreath alternative. I love chevron, burlap and mason jars so this is right up my alley!

  7. Love this mason jar pallet creation! Was curious what you used on the back to hang it with? Love it on the door, too!

    • Thanks Brittany! I used a sawtooth picture hanger that we had laying around in a picture hanging kit…there was already a little nail and hook on the front door from the previous owners, so we were able to hang it on that pretty easily. Hope that’s helpful!

  8. Hello Meredith!!
    I recently came across this wonderful tutorial of yours so I am writing to you to request your permission
    to use your steps to create the project with our customers in my DIY Arts and Crafts Studio.
    We would of course credit you as the source.
    I know you are busy so a Reply is only necessary if you do not agree.

    Thank you for your time.

    Brooke

    • Sure Brooke, that’s fine with me – thanks for checking in! If you have any photos of folks making their own or their final products, I’d really love to see them!

  9. Hi Meredith!! I love this project and so want to do it when we move into our new house! I was wondering if you did anything to the pallet wood? like did you sand it or wash it to help the paint stick?

    Thank you so much!

    • Hi Karen, I did give the surface a rough sanding…I definitely sanded the cut edges to make them smoother…but you don’t really need to do anything to prep it to make the paint stick, it will adhere fine on its own!

    • Thanks Lara! Me too. It’s so nice to be able to switch out the flowers without switching out the whole thing, like you’d have to do with a wreath!

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