Painting a wood pallet plaque is one of those simple craft ideas that I love. In just a little time, you can make some pretty inexpensive home decor items.
I had seen these cute wood mini -pallets, or pallet plaques in the craft store for just a few dollars. I bought a couple without really knowing what I was going to do with them. I stored them with my craft supplies for the future. A few weeks later, I heard about Dixie Belle paints and was offered a sample to test out and review for myself. I knew immediately that I would use the pallet plaque for my project. This post contains affiliate links which helps support the running of this site, see full policy here.
They sent me a few paint colors and I could not decide which color to use as I truly loved how deep all the colors were. I finally decided on using the Butter Cream Chalk Paint on my project.
The paint was creamy and smooth and ready to use.
I painted the pallet in just a single coat.
Once it dried, I used this lovely stencil for a fun and festive greeting.
Using a copper paint, I stenciled with a foam topped brush.
Once it was dried, I loved the look.
Painting A Wood Pallet Plaque – Materials Needed
- Place newspapers or tarp underneath item
- Paint wood pallet and allow to dry thoroughly
- Adhere stencil on pallet with removable tape
- Paint over stencil using foam brush tip and tapping.
- Remove stencil and allow to dry completely
I really loved the smoothness and coverage that Dixie Bell offered! They have so many wonderful colors, that I seriously plan to paint several more items.
- That it can be used almost on any surface wood, metal, glass, laminate, ceramic, concrete and even fabric
- You can adjust the consistency as thick or as thin as you desire by adding water
- It only took one coat for full coverage
- It was very easy to clean my brushes after using
- Huge assortment of colors available
- It as no VOCs, water-based, eco-friendly and non-toxic
I honestly loved these paints and would recommend them for your next home decorating project.
Do you have a home decor item that could use some repainting?