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There is a growing trend with the use of these materials and I've started with making a mirror frame for a friend and am now contemplating making a few chests as well ........anyone else materials ? would love to see pictures of projects

“Don't mistake my kindness for weakness. I am kind to everyone, but when someone is unkind to me, weak is not what you are going to remember about me.”.

 

Everyday is a new box , you open it and take a look inside , you're the one who determines if it's a gift or a coffin

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“Don't mistake my kindness for weakness. I am kind to everyone, but when someone is unkind to me, weak is not what you are going to remember about me.”.

 

Everyday is a new box , you open it and take a look inside , you're the one who determines if it's a gift or a coffin

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Yes the have many uses. It isn't pretty, but I use a couple for storing my garden tools. simply stood on end the work alot like a tall narrow bin, holding my rakes, hoe, shovels, ect.
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oh I have made a bunch of stuff!  besides coops and duck houses and goat pens!  that stuff is in my signature, cept goats pens

 

But I love skids!  and GREAT for kids projects!!!......   ps not sure why images foggy, although I am out of data lol  I have more but its too slow and poor quality.... but I would love to see what yall are doing with them!!!

 

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my livingroom walls and faux take the chill out in the morning electric stove lol

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

My lower level Chillax area......  around the stove and feature walls as well as the posts

 

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oh and kids made scrap skid wood snowmen for gifts this year!

 

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Sally, great work above!!!
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@Sally Sunshine how do you take the pallets apart? My husband and I tried and they have those special nails in them that are twisty and spark when you hit them
(I have no idea what they are called and he just laughs at me when I describe them, those twisty sparky nails)
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@Sally Sunshine how do you take the pallets apart? My husband and I tried and they have those special nails in them that are twisty and spark when you hit them
(I have no idea what they are called and he just laughs at me when I describe them, those twisty sparky nails)

The fastest way to break down a pallet using a reciprocating saw or sawzall and many blades lol 

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Sally, great work above!!!

Thank you and welcome to BYC! @BigBirdRick  :frow

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oh I have made a bunch of stuff!  besides coops and duck houses and goat pens!  that stuff is in my signature, cept goats pens

 

But I love skids!  and GREAT for kids projects!!!......   ps not sure why images foggy, although I am out of data lol  I have more but its too slow and poor quality.... but I would love to see what yall are doing with them!!!

 

No automatic alt text available.

 

my livingroom walls and faux take the chill out in the morning electric stove lol

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

My lower level Chillax area......  around the stove and feature walls as well as the posts

 

Image may contain: living room and indoor

 

I absolutely love your walls and your electric stove. Amazing!

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Ooooh woodworking projects with pallets! Can I join in? Here's one of mine:

Blue Birchen Marans, Blue Isbar, Blue Cochin, Ayam Cemani, Crested Cream Legbar, Black Copper Marans, American Bresse, EE, OE
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Blue Birchen Marans, Blue Isbar, Blue Cochin, Ayam Cemani, Crested Cream Legbar, Black Copper Marans, American Bresse, EE, OE
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